Toronto Raptors 126, New York Knicks 98
The Toronto Raptors enjoyed a massive win at the Scotiabank last night as they roared to a 126-98 win against the helpless New York Knicks.
The hosts were led by 31 points from Pascal Siakam, while there were also double-digit tallies for OG Anunoby, Fred VanFleet and Terrence Davis. Malcolm Miller also scored a career-high 15 points in the victory.
Toronto trailed after the opening period, but managed to claw back into the lead in a dominant second period. In that, they outscored the Knicks by 37-17.
From there, there was no catching the Raptors. They outscored the visitors for the remainder of the game. They closed the game with another 37 point haul, and the Knicks had no answer.
Only two New York players managed to record more than ten points. They were led by 19 from Julius Randle, while there was 16 points for RJ Barrett.