Nothing can stop the Toronto Raptors. Already deprived of the services of Norman Powell, the men of Nick Nurse have had to deal with the injury to Kyle Lowry, but that does not stop them from defeating the Indiana Pacers 115 to 106, Friday, in Indianapolis, in. It is a 13e victory in a row for the canadian.
Lowry left the game, obviously bothered by an injury to the right shoulder. He had even had time to register 16 points, in addition to amassing 11 notices of assistance.
Serge Ibaka has been the most productive offensively, with 22 points and 10 rebounds. In total, six players the Raptors have scored more than ten points.
Chris Boucher has been playing for 7 min 33 s, scoring only three points.
The Raptors will attempt to bring to 14 their winning streak on Saturday against the nets of Brooklyn, at the Scotiabank Arena.