Toronto Raptors defeated New York Knicks Wednesday night
Toronto Raptors defeated New York Knicks Wednesday night; The Raptors snapped the Knicks’ NBA-leading eight-game winning streak on Wednesday night with a 113-106 win. Pascal Siakam scored a career-high 52 points and finished with nine rebounds and seven assists in 42 minutes as Toronto won for the fourth time in 16 road games. Fred VanVleet scored 28 points and added six assists, while OG Anunoby had 15 points off the bench.
Pascal Siakam scored 52 points, and the Toronto Raptors tucked the New York Knicks’ NBA-leading eight-game winning streak 113-106 Wednesday night.
Toronto Raptors forward Pascal Siakam had a career-high 52 points, and 10 rebounds as the team snapped its six-game skid Wednesday with a 113-106 victory over the New York Knicks.
The game marked the second time this season that Toronto has limited a team to fewer than 70 points, as the Knicks were limited to 66 in a loss on Nov. 1. In addition, it was just the fifth time that New York has been held under 100 points. The Raptors have now won six of their last seven games against New York (including three-straight wins over the Knicks) and are 5-0 versus Atlantic Division opponents this season.
Toronto snapped the New York Knicks’ NBA-leading eight-game winning streak 113-106 Wednesday night, beating the Knicks for the first time in five tries this season.
The Raptors snapped the Knicks’ eight-game winning streak and ended DeMar DeRozan’s three-game slump with a 113-106 win on Wednesday, March 6th, at Madison Square Garden. In case you missed it, here are three things to know about the game:
Aaron Gordon had 21 points, 11 rebounds, and Ian Clark scored 28 off the bench as Orlando defeated Cleveland 99-94 on Wednesday night. The Magic snapped a seven-game losing streak.