Raptors-Nets Game 3 breakdown

Kyle Lowry of the Toronto Raptors drives to the net against the Brooklyn Nets in Game 2 of the NBA...

Kyle Lowry of the Toronto Raptors drives to the net against the Brooklyn Nets in Game 2 of the NBA Eastern Conference quarterfinals at the Air Canada Centre on April 22, 2014. (Claus Andersen/Getty Images/AFP)

FRANK ZICARELLI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 6:57 PM ET

Here's Frank Zicarelli's look at the two teams in Friday's Game 3:

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SCOUTING REPORTS

Nets: Jason Kidd isn’t going to change anything: His philosophy, his rotation, the way he wants his team to play. But the obvious change from Game 2 is on the glass, where the Nets were simply crushed, allowing the Raptors to produce 19 offensive rebounds on a night when Toronto out-rebounded Brooklyn 52-30 ... Getting a body on a player, better box outs, being even more physical are what’s required ... Brooklyn, if history is any indication, is a much better three-point shooting team at home from the moment Kidd went to a smaller lineup on Jan. 1 ... In two season-series games versus the Raptors at home, Brooklyn went 22-of-44 from three-point land. They went a combined 11-of-48 in the first two playoff games held in Toronto.


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