NBA D-League Playoffs

The Toros bring the playoffs to the CPC Sunday

Cory Joseph
Cory Joseph (Photo courtesy of Getty Images)

The Austin Toros enter the NBA D-League playoffs as the No. 3 seed with the second-best record in the league and sporting their best regular-season record ever. With Lance Thomas, Lester Hudson, and Justin Dentmon currently suiting up for NBA squads, the Toros will succed or fail behind the talents of Cory Joseph, Eric Dawson, and the Toros strong cast of supporting players. The first game is on the road Thursday in Erie vs. the Bayhawks then the action comes to the CPC with game two Sunday and game three Monday if necessary. For more on the Toros, see Will Schmidt's preview on the Chronicle Sports blog, The Score.

Vs. Erie: Sun., April 15, 3pm; Mon., April 16, 7:30pm (if necessary). Cedar Park Center, 2100 Avenue of the Stars, Cedar Park, 600-5000. $8.99 plus fees.

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