Here are 10 takeaways from the Toronto Raptors’ 130-110 win over the Utah Jazz.
One — Contrast: It’s hard to feel entirely confident about this result. On one hand, the Raptors set a franchise record by going up 40 at halftime. But they also played their worst quarter of the season by allowing 49 points to the Jazz. Granted, it’s difficult to play with intensity after going up by a laughable margin, but it’s still startling that the lead was trimmed to 15 at one point even with the Jazz’s starters not playing for the entire fourth quarter.