Coming into tonight’s game against the Philadelphia 76ers, the Toronto Raptors were shooting just 28 percent from downtown in the last two games. They made 11 threes on 33 percent shooting this time, but that slight improvement wasn’t enough. Philadelphia’s 14 threes (including five from rookie Matisse Thybulle) outpaced the Raptors as poor shooting and costly turnovers made a late Raptors comeback bid fall just short, and the Sixers came away with the 110-104 win.
Kyle Lowry and Tobias Harris led all scorers with 26 points apiece. OG Anunoby chipped in 19 points and 10 rebounds while Pascal Siakam overcame a poor showing in the first three quarters to finish with 16.