Toronto Raptors 108 Memphis Grizzles 99
The Raptors were able to get back on track on Sunday.
After a disheartening 22 point loss to the Boston Celtics on Friday; Toronto was able to right the ship against the Grizz.
Pascal Siakam led the way for the Raptors on Sunday dropping a game high 26 points.
This is Siakams best game yet so far in the bubble.
Toronto will need Siakam to play well if they are going to be able to make a deep playoff run this season.
The Raptors veteran experience showed on Sunday as they were able to out last the young Grizzles.
Toronto did not play their best basketball on Sunday but their defence and ability to close the game late was perfect.
The Raptors held another playoff team to under 100 points for the second time in their first four games.
Fellow Canadian Dillion Brooks had a big game for Memphis scoring 25 points in 35 minutes of play.
The Grizzles star and potential NBA rookie of the year Ja Morant finished the game with 17 points and 10 assists.
Memphis out scored the Raptors in the paint 42-32 on Sunday.
Torontos three point shooting was the diference in the game as the Raptors shot 38 per cent from three.
The Raptors were also able to get to the free throw line on Sunday giving them 17 more free throw attempts than the Grizz.
With the win the Raptors improve to 3-1 in the bubble.
Torontos next game will be a battle between the top teams in the east as the Raps will take on the Bucks on Monday.
Tip off between these two power houses is set for 6:30pm EST.