TORONTO – Danny Green made six-stroke eight points to complete with 24 points and deliver the Toronto Raptors at a 119-90 home win over the Memphis Grizzlies on Saturday night.
Toronto (35-13) earned his nine straight forward to improve 20-4 at Scotiabank Arena. Serge Ibaka had 18 points and Pascal Siakam joined 17 for the Raptors, who won & # 39; t in total seven out of eight wins.
Kawhi Leonard (Load Restricted) killed a second straight game for Toronto, reaching 44-of-91 from the field and 17-of-36 from three points.
For years, Jackson Jr. had 16 points for Memphis (19-27), who found five directly only and seven consecutive road games. The Grizzlies decides on 122-116 in Boston on Friday night.
Toronto sold the win by putting Memphis 45-14 in the third for a beneficial advantage of 100-62. Green leads the way for the Raptors with seven of his three pointers in the frame. He left a dancing ovation with 2:17 left in the quarter and the home team led 90-62.
But Deleon Wright kept the three points going on, continued out of the bow to move Toronto for 93-62 with Green on & # 39; a bank. Kyle Lowry's education in the dying seconds deserves the Raptors' 38-point advantage in & # 39; fourth.
Toronto opened the third on a 10-0 run for a 65-51 lead. Siakam scored seven points before Memphis's JaMychal Green checked with a three-point.
But that was not in Toronto, which rose from the 77-55 to the three points of Green's to Memphis 20-7 for the Grizzlies.
Lowry's three free gears with 33 seconds in the second confirmed Toronto's 55-48 half-year advantage. Ibaka leaves the way for Toronto with 14 points, one more than Miles. Jackson Jr. had nine points for Memphis.
The Grizzlies also had scores 30-30 on Jevon Carter's three-point, but the Raptors ran again 38-32, by eight points from Miles (two three points, field goal) at 6:28.
Play Miles & # 39; three points in & # 39; a first fast 9-0 run for Toronto, which ends in the quarter to 23-19. Ibaka led the way with 10 points for the Raptors, beating the 10-by-22 out of the field.
Omri Casspi's field race scored Toronto's 9-0 for Memphis, which made 7-of-21 and started the game 0 for 6 for the field.