RAPTORS 124, KINGS 120 POSTGAME NOTES: “After missing their first four shots of the game, the Raptors made their next 14 attempts from the field. … Toronto finished the first quarter shooting .778 (14-18) from the floor.”


DATE: November 6, 2019 ATTENDANCE: 19,800 (Sellout)

Tonight marked Toronto’s 241st consecutive sellout (including playoffs) dating back to Nov. 11, 2014 – the longest streak in franchise history.

FINAL SCORE RECORD HIGH POINTS HIGH REBOUNDS HIGH ASSISTS Sacramento 120 2-6 Barnes – 26 Holmes/Hield – 8 Fox – 9; Toronto 124 5-2 Lowry – 24 Siakam – 13 Lowry – 6

KEY RUN Trailing 17-16 midway through the first first quarter, Toronto outscored Sacramento 20-6 over the final six minutes to lead 36-23 after one … The Raptors extended the lead to 15 points multiple times early in the second quarter – their largest lead of the night.

KEY STAT After missing their first four shots of the game, the Raptors made their next 14 attempts from the field … Toronto finished the first quarter shooting .778 (14-18) from the floor.


• With the victory, Toronto improves to 5-2 this season and a perfect 4-0 at home.

• The Raptors have won five in a row vs. Sacramento, including the last three meetings at home.

• All five Toronto starters scored in double figures, combining for 89 points.

• The Raptors outscored Sacramento 52-32 in the paint and 18-10 on the fast-break.

Kyle Lowry led the team in scoring for the third time with 24 points … He added six assists in 40 minutes … Lowry has scored 20 or more in six of the first seven games; averaging 24.0 points.

Pascal Siakam posted his second double-double of the season with 23 points, a game-high 13 rebounds and five assists in 37 minutes … Siakam scored 11 points in the third quarter.

Serge Ibaka scored a season-best 21 points in 24 minutes as a reserve … Ibaka has now led (or tied) the bench in scoring in each of the first seven games; averaging 14.9 points.

OG Anunoby recorded a season-high 18 points and a career-best five assists in 37 minutes of action. • The Raptors had six players score double figures – Lowry (24), Siakam (23), Ibaka (21), Anunoby (18), Marc Gasol (12) and Fred VanVleet (12) … Gasol’s 12 points was a season high … VanVleet shot 4-4 at the free throw line and has now made his last 26 attempts at the foul line.

KINGS NOTES: • With the loss, Sacramento falls to 2-6 on the season and 1-3 on the road … The Kings finish a threegame road trip (Nov. 3-8) Friday night at Atlanta.

The Kings tied a franchise record with 20 three-point field goals … Sacramento shot .455 (20-44) form beyond the arc … The Kings also made 20 threes Jan. 5, 2019 vs. Golden State … Bogdan Bogdanovic matched a career high with six made three-pointers.

• Harrison Barnes scored a season-high 26 points in 39 minutes – his second 20-point. • The Kings had five players score in double digits – Barnes (26), Bogdanovic (22), Buddy Hield (21), De’Aaron Fox (17) and Cory Joseph (10) … Hield scored 20+ points for the fifth time this season … Joseph reached 1,500 career assists early in the fourth quarter.


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