DeMar DeRozan scored a playoff career-high 37 points during a 115-94 loss to the Cavs in Game 3 on Friday, adding two rebounds, three assists, three steals and no turnovers in 40 minutes.
After scoring a playoff career-low five points in Game 2, DeRozan was on the other end of the spectrum as a scorer, but didn't get much help on the perimeter -- the Raptors went 0-of-12 from three to start this game. The Raptors were hanging tough in the second half with the score 71-70, but they were thumped with a 28-10 run in the third and fourth quarters. With Kyle Lowry out during the regular season, DeRozan had a whopping 37.0 usage rate compared to a 31.6 with Lowry, so expect DeRozan to get more shots again in Game 4 on Sunday. Lowry will likely be a game-time decision, but he'll probably be limited regardless.