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RAPTORS 127, PACERS 81 –The 46-point win was the largest margin of victory in franchise history. The Raptors have won nine straight games at Scotiabank Arena, tying their longest home winning streak of the season … Toronto opened the 2019-20 campaign with nine consecutive home victories.

FINAL SCORE: TORONTO RAPTORS 127, INDIANA PACERS 81
DATE: FEBRUARY 23, 2020 ATTENDANCE: 19,800 (Sellout)
FINAL SCORE RECORD HIGH POINTS HIGH REBOUNDS HIGH ASSISTS
Indiana 81 33-24 Sabonis / A. Holiday – 14 Sabonis – 11 A. Holiday – 6
Toronto 127 42-15 Siakam – 21 Ibaka- 15 Lowry – 11
KEY RUN
The Raptors led wire-to-wire … Toronto opened the game on a 15-1 run and led 34-12 after one quarter …
Pascal Siakam and Serge Ibaka paced the Raptors with 11 points apiece, and Toronto shot .565 (13-for-23) from the field, in the opening period … The Pacers shot just .174 (4-for-23) in the first quarter.
KEY STAT
Toronto’s 46-point victory (127-81) over the Pacers was the largest margin of victory in franchise history.
RAPTORS NOTES:
• With the win, Toronto improves to 42-15 this season and 23-7 at home … The Raptors have won 17 of their last 18 games … Toronto is 7-1 in the month of February … The Raptors continue a four-game homestand (Feb. 21-28) Tuesday night when they welcome the Milwaukee Bucks.
• Toronto has won 13 consecutive home games against the Pacers … With tonight’s victory, the Raptors won the season-series (3-1) with Indiana for the sixth straight year (2014-20) … Since the start of the 2014-15 season, Toronto is 16-5 against the Pacers in the regular season.
• The Raptors have won nine straight games at Scotiabank Arena, tying their longest home winning streak of the season … Toronto opened the 2019-20 campaign with nine consecutive home victories.
• Toronto held the Pacers to an opponent season-low 81 points, including 32 points in the first half.
• The Raptors outscored Indiana 33-13 on the fast-break and had a 60-30 advantage in bench scoring.
• Toronto shot .511 (47-for-92) from the field, including .523 (23-for-44) in the second half … The Raptors are a perfect 17-0 this season when they shoot 50 per cent from the floor.
Kyle Lowry posted his career-high sixth straight double-double, and 13
th of the season, with 16 points, 11 assists in 32 minutes … Lowry is averaging 19.3 points and 10.8 assists over the last six games.
Serge Ibaka posted his team-leading 16th double-double of the season with 15 points and a season
high-tying 15 rebounds in 24 minutes of action.
Matt Thomas scored a career-high 17 points (all in the fourth quarter) in 15 minutes off the bench.
• The Raptors had six players score double figures – Pascal Siakam (21), Thomas (17), Lowry (16),
Ibaka (15), Terence Davis ll (13) and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (12) … Both Davis and HollisJefferson scored in double digits off the bench for the second straight game.
PACERS NOTES:
• With the loss, Indiana falls to 33-24 on the season and 14-14 on the road … The defeat ends the
Pacers’ two-game win streak … Indiana’s next game is Tuesday at home vs. the Charlotte Hornets.
Domantas Sabonis recorded his 43rd double-double of the season (tied for third in the NBA) with 14 points and 11 rebounds in 31 minutes of action.
• The Pacers had three players score in double digits – Sabonis (14), Aaron Holiday (14) and Justin Holiday (12) … A. Holiday added a team-high six assists in his 20th start of the season.

PACERS AT RAPTORS PREGAME NOTES: Kyle Lowry is one game shy of tying Morris Peterson (542) for second on the Raptors’ all-time games played list. DeMar DeRozan is the franchise leader with 675 appearances in a Raptors uniform.

INJURY REPORT AT 5:30 SUNDAY

Indiana Pacers Bowen II, Brian Out G League – Two-Way
Mitrou-Long, Naz Out G League – Two-Way
Oladipo, Victor Out Injury/Illness – Back; Sore lower
Sumner, Edmond Out Injury/Illness – Left Hip; Sore
Toronto Raptors Brissett, Oshae Available – Gasol, Marc Out Injury/Illness – Left Hamstring; Strain
Hernandez, Dewan Out Injury/Illness – Right Ankle; Sprain
McCaw, Patrick Out Injury/Illness – Illness; Flu-like symptoms
Powell, Norman Out Injury/Illness – Left Finger; Fourth – metacarpal fracture
Watson, Paul Available

RAPTORS NOTES

• The Toronto Raptors continue a four-game homestand (Feb. 21-28) Sunday night when they host the Indiana Pacers at Scotiabank Arena. This is the third game between the two teams this month and the fourth and final meeting of the season. Kyle Lowry is averaging 26.0 points and 10.0 assists in three games against the Pacers this season. With a victory, Toronto would capture the season-series with Indiana for the sixth consecutive year. Since the start of the 2014-15 campaign, the Raptors are 15-5 vs. the Pacers.

• With Friday night’s win over Phoenix, the Raptors have now won eight in a row at Scotiabank Arena. It’s their second longest home winning streak of the season. Toronto opened the 2019-20 campaign with nine straight victories at Scotiabank Arena. Over the last eight home games, Toronto is averaging 124.9 points and is shooting .520 (368-708) form the field, including .417 (121-290) from three-point distance.

Kyle Lowry is one game shy of tying Morris Peterson (542) for second on the Raptors’ all-time games played list. DeMar DeRozan is the franchise leader with 675 appearances in a Raptors uniform.

• The Raptors have finished with a winning record each of the past 22 calendar months (February 2017 – February 2020) after guaranteeing a winning month with Friday night’s victory. The streak is the longest in franchise history and the longest current streak in the NBA. The last month in which Toronto did not have a winning record was January 2017 (8–9). Toronto is 6-1 this month.

Kyle Lowry recorded his career-high fifth straight double-double (Feb. 5-21) with 13 points and 10 assists Friday night against the Suns. Over his last five games, Lowry is averaging 17.0 points and 11.0 assists. Lowry now has 12 double-doubles this season – second most on the team behind only Serge Ibaka (15).

• Phoenix shot .176 (6-for-34) from three-point range Friday night, its lowest mark of the season. Pascal Siakam’s five three-pointers were just one fewer than the six the Suns managed on 34 attempts. The Raptors currently lead the NBA in opponent three-point percentage (.336). Opponents are averaging 38.5 three -point attempts against Toronto this season, second-most in the league behind only Milwaukee (38.8).

• The Raptors outscored Phoenix 30-17 on the fast-break Friday night. Toronto ranks first in the NBA in fast break points per game (18.9). Pascal Siakam sits fifth among all players averaging 4.2 fast break points, while Fred VanVleet is 12th at 3.5 fast-break points per game.

Pascal Siakam is averaging career highs of 23.8 points and 7.6 rebounds through 45 games this season. Only two players in Raptors history have finished a season averaging at least 23.0 points and 7.0 rebounds: Chris Bosh in 2009–10 (24.0, 10.8) and Kawhi Leonard in 2018–19 (26.6, 7.3).

• Terence Davis ll is one of just two rookies in the NBA who has played in all games for their team this season, along with Coby White (Chicago). Two rookies have played in every game of a season for the Raptors: Vince Carter in 1998–99 (lockout-shortened 50-game season) and Matt Bonner (2004–05).

• Toronto’s 41-15 record after 56 games is the best in franchise history. The Raptors have won at least 51 games each of the previous four seasons (2015-19) after not reaching 50 wins in any of their first 20 seasons in the NBA.

PROBABLE STARTERS

G – OG ANUNOBY #3

MIN: 29.3 REB: 5.4 AST: 1.5 STL: 1.2 TO: 1.3 BLK: 0.7 PTS: 10.3

• Recorded 12 points and five rebounds and matched a career high with four blocks Feb. 21 vs. Phoenix. • Toronto is 22-4 this season when Anunoby scores 10 or more points. • Averaging a career-high 10.3 points and shooting a career-best .500 from the field this season.

F – PASCAL SIAKAM #43

MIN: 35.0 REB: 7.6 AST: 3.4 STL: 1.0 TO: 2.4 BLK: 0.9 PTS: 23.8

• Finished with game highs of 37 points and 12 rebounds in 38 minutes of action Feb. 21 vs. Phoenix • Ranks 15th in the NBA in scoring (23.8); averaging 24.5 points over the last six games (Feb. 5-21). • Has scored 30+ points 14 times; had five 30-point performances in 80 games played last season.

C – SERGE IBAKA #9

MIN: 27.2 REB: 8.0 AST: 1.3 STL: 0.5 TO: 2.0 BLK: 0.8 PTS: 16.1

• Recorded 16 points, six rebounds and one block in 26 minutes of play Feb. 21 vs. Phoenix. • Averaging 19.0 points, 8.7 rebounds and 31.7 minutes in 22 games as a starter this season. • First player in NBA history with 500+ three-point field goals and 1,500+ blocks.

G – KYLE LOWRY #7

MIN: 36.4 REB: 4.8 AST: 7.7 STL: 1.2 TO: 3.0 BLK: 0.4 PTS: 19.5

• Posted his fifth straight double-double with 13 points and 10 assists in 34 minutes Feb. 21 vs. Phoenix. • Passed Vince Carter (9,420) for third on the franchise’s all-time scoring list Feb. 7 at Indiana. • Ranks eighth in the NBA in assists per game (7.7); has dished out 10+ assists 12 times.

G – FRED VANVLEET #23

MIN: 36.0 REB: 3.8 AST: 6.8 STL: 1.9 TO: 2.3 BLK: 0.3 PTS: 17.9

• Finished with 14 points, seven assists, seven rebounds and two steals in 36 minutes Feb. 21 vs. Phoenix. • Ranks fourth in the NBA in steals per game (1.91); has registered multiple steals in 23 games. • Has more assists than turnovers in all but two games – leads the team with a 2.95 assists to turnover ratio.



INJURY REPORT Marc Gasol (Left hamstring; tightness) – Out Dewan Hernandez (Right ankle; sprain) – Out Patrick McCaw (Flu-like symptoms) – Doubtful Norman Powell (Left hand; fourth metacarpal – fracture) – Out

Opponent: Indiana Pacers Date: Sunday, February 23 Tip-Off: 6 p.m. (ET) Venue: Scotiabank Arena Television: Sportsnet One Radio: TSN 1050 Toronto

SERIES RECAP VS. INDIANA

OVERALL HOME ROAD

2019-20 2-1 1-0 1-1

ALL-TIME 42-49 28-18 14-31

STREAKS Won 2 Won 12 Won 1

LAST WIN: February 7, 2020 (115-106)

LAST HOME WIN: February 5, 2020 (119-118)

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY: +25, March 19, 2017

LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT: -29, April 8, 2009

LAST TIME VS. INDIANA

GAME 52 – FEBRUARY 7, 2020 TORONTO 115, INDIANA 106

INDIANAPOLIS — Two days after rallying from a 19-point deficit to extend their franchise-record winning streak, the short-handed Raptors beat Indiana 115-106 for their 13th consecutive victory … Toronto has been winning without Marc Gasol and Norman Powell, two key players who are injured … Kyle Lowry missed the final 14 and a half minutes with a whiplash injury … The Raptors beat the Pacers for the second time in three days and head home with their 10th consecutive road victory … Serge Ibaka scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds … Fred VanVleet added 20 points and seven assists for Toronto, which hasn’t lost since Jan. 15 … Lowry finished with 16 points and 11 assists, his ninth double-double of the season … Domantas Sabonis finished with 19 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Pacers, and Victor Oladipo added 15 points and four assists in his first home start since returning from an injured right knee … Indiana has lost a season-high four in a row … Toronto had a 12-3 run in the third quarter which contributed to an 87-78 lead … When Lowry left with 2:42 to go in the third, the Pacers closed out the quarter with five straight points, cutting the deficit to four … The Pacers got as close as 101-99 with 6:47 left before Terence Davis scored seven points in a 12-4 spurt that gave Toronto a 113-103 lead with 1:48 to go.

1 2 3 4 TOT

TORONTO 36 28 23 28 115

INDIANA 31 32 20 23 106

INDIANA PACERS (33-23) at TORONTO RAPTORS (41-15) Game #57 | Road Game #28 Sunday, February 23, 2020 | 6:00 P.M. (ET) Scotiabank Arena | Toronto, ON

PROBABLE STARTERS

Pos. No. Player Ht. wt. Notes
Forward 1 T.J.Warren 6-8 215

2019-20 Averages: 18.7 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 1.4 apg, 1.2 spg, .529 FG%, .373 3FG%, .803 FT%

Last Game: 27 points (10-21 FG, 2-5 3FG, 5-5 FT), eight rebounds, three assists, two steals Currently leads the team in scoring average, and has scored 20 or more points 26 times this season….Ranks 16th in the NBA in field goal percentage (.529) …Finished with 36 points during the road win at Charlotte, 1/6, the second-highest total of his NBA career and the most by any Pacers player this season.


Forward 11 Domantas Sabonis 6-11 250
2019-20 Averages: 18.4 ppg, 12.5 rpg, 4.8 apg, .540 FG%, .224 3FG%, .729 FT%

Last Game: 24 points (8-16 FG, 8-10 FT), 13 rebounds, three assists, two steals Currently ranks fifth in the NBA in rebounding average and third with 42 double-doubles on the season, passing his career high set last season (30)…Recorded his 19th double-double of the season with 18 points and a career-high 22 rebounds against the Clippers, 12/9..His 22 rebounds was the most by any Pacers player since 1993…Recorded his first four NBA triple-doubles this season, becoming the third Pacers player in team history with at least four in one season.
Center 33 Myles Turner 6-11 255
2019-20 Averages: 11.8 ppg, 6.2 rpg, 1.2 apg, 1.9 bpg, .450 FG%, .342 3FG%, .760 FT%

Last Game: Eight points (3-7 FG, 1-4 3FG), eight rebounds, one steal, one block Ranks fourth in the NBA this season in blocks (1.93 per game)…Posted his fourth double-double of the year and set season highs with 27 points and 14 rebounds in the road win at Chicago, 1/10…Led the NBA and tied for third in Pacers franchise history with 199 blocked shots in 2018-19…Also became the first Pacers player since Jermaine O’Neal in 2000-01 to lead the NBA in blocks.
Guard 4 Victor Oladipo 6-4 210
2019-20 Averages: 10.8 ppg, 2.1 rpg, 2.6 apg, .323 FG%, .250 3FG%, .765 FT%

Last Game: Eight points (3-8 FG, 1-3 3FG, 1-2 FT), three rebounds, one assist Has started in each of his last five appearances, scoring in double figures four times for an average of 12.2 points per game…Made his season debut against Chicago, 1/29, played his first game since Jan. 23, 2019, and made the game-tying 3-pointer with 10.3 seconds remaining to force overtime in the win over the Bulls.


Guard 7 Malcolm Brogdon 6-5 230
2019-20 Averages: 16.5 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 7.3 apg, .435 FG%, .315 3FG%, .902 FT%

Last Game: 11 points (4-14 FG, 0-5 3FG, 3-4 FT), eight rebounds, six assists, one steal Ranks fifth in the NBA in free throw percentage this season (.902)…Ranks 10th in the NBA in assists, and is averaging career highs in points, rebounds, asissts and steals…Has posted nine double-doubles on the season, including four straight to begin the regular season. He had only recorded four double-doubles over his first three NBA seasons entering this year.

Injury Report

Victor Oladipo ……..Sore lower back ……………………..Questionable

Edmond Sumner .Sore left hip …………………………….Questionable

BROGDON’S FREE THROW STREAK Malcolm Brogdon ranks fifth in the NBA in free throw percentage at 90.2 percent on the season. Brogdon made 44 straight free throw attempts from the third quarter against the Pistons on Oct. 23 until his first attempt against Utah on Nov. 27. His streak placed him fifth in Pacers NBA franchise history for most consecutive free throws made: Player Consecutive FT Made Dates 1. Danny Granger 65 Jan. 21-Feb. 22, 2008 2. Reggie Miller 61 Feb. 5-March 13, 2005 3. Reggie Miller 60 March 18-April 6, 2005 4. Reggie Miller 52 March 5-18, 1991 5. Malcolm Brogdon 44 Oct. 23-Nov. 27 Brogdon set career highs in free throws made and attempts as he made all 15 of his foul shots in Indiana’s home win over Boston, 12/11. He became only the eighth player in NBA franchise history to make all of his free throw attempts while shooting at least 15. Player FTM-FTA Date 1. Danny Granger 17-17 vs. Golden State, 12/17/08 Billy Knight 17-17 vs. Philadelphia, 3/15/83 3. Danny Granger 16-16 vs. Golden State, 3/1/11 4. Malcolm Brogdon 15-15 vs. Boston, 12/11/19 Jalen Rose 15-15 vs. Utah, 12/22/00 Reggie Miller 15-15 vs. Orlando, 4/2/94 Reggie Miller 15-15 vs. Denver, 1/12/94 Clark Kellogg 15-15 at Seattle, 1/5/93

Holiday Season Aaron and Justin Holiday brothers became the seventh pair of brothers to play in a game for the same team in NBA history as they took the floor on Opening Night against Detroit. There have now been 10 sets of brothers as Giannis and Thanasis Antetotkounmpo and Brook and Robin Lopez have suited up together for the Milwaukee Bucks, and Cody and Caleb Martin have played together for the Charlotte Hornets. During the Pacers’ road victory at Brooklyn on Nov. 18, Aaron Holiday posted his first NBA doubledouble and new career highs with 24 points and 13 assists. His older brother, Justin, scored a 20 points on 6-for-11 shooting. The Holidays became the first pair of brothers on the same team to each score 20+ points in the same game in NBA history. Additionally, the two combined for eight 3-pointers, making four apiece, which was the most by a pair of brothers in NBA history. Aaron Holiday followed that performance by capping his 13-point outing with the go-ahead 3-pointer with 8.7 seconds remaining to lift Indiana to a home win over Orlando, 11/23. During the Pacers’ road game at New Orleans on Dec. 28, Aaron and Justin Holiday competed against their middle brother, Jrue. The three brothers all were on the court together for the first time during the third quarter, marking the first tieme in NBA history in which three brothers played at the same time during a regular season game.

NINE MEN IN The 2019-20 Indiana Pacers return eight players from last season’s team. After back-to-back seasons in which the Pacers posted a 48-34 record and finished as the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference, Indiana will feature nine new faces this season, including six players with at least three years of NBA experience. Of Indiana’s returning players, Myles Turner – who in his fifth season is also the longest-tenured Pacer on the roster – is the lone returning starter from last season’s playoff series against the Boston Celtics. Domantas Sabonis is expected to step into the starting lineup in the frontcourt along with Turner. Sabonis, who was a finalist for the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year award last season, set new career highs in nearly every statistical category in 2018-19 and set a new franchise record for the highest field goal percentage in a season as he shot 59.0 percent from the floor. Newcomers and projected starters Malcolm Brogdon, Jeremy Lamb and T.J. Warren all enjoyed career seasons with their respective clubs last season. Lamb averaged career highs with 15.3 points, 5.5 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game for Charlotte last season. Warren played only 43 games for Phoenix, but averaged 19.0 points, 4.1 rebounds and set a career high by shooting 42.8 percent from 3-point range. Brogdon helped lead the Milwaukee Bucks to the Eastern Conference Finals, and became the eighth player in NBA history to shoot at least 50 percent from the field, 40 percent from 3-point range and 90 percent from the free throw line in the regular season. Other notable veteran additions include Justin Holiday (10.5 points, 3.9 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game for Chicago and Memphis last season), T.J. McConnell (6.4 points, 2.3 rebounds, 3.4 assists and a NBA-leading 1.1 steals per game off the bench for Philadelphia) two-way player Naz Mitrou-Long and JaKarr Sampson (20.0 points, 8.0 rebounds in four games for Chicago at the end of last season). The Pacers also feature two rookies on their roster. Goga Bitadze was the 18th selection in the 2019 NBA Draft. A 20-year old and native of the Republic of Georgia, Bitadze has played professionally since he was 16. He averaged 13.9 points, 6.3 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game last season, and earned the Euroleague Rising Star Award, a prestigious honor previously awarded to current and former NBA players such as Luka Doncic, Alex Abrines, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Nikola Mirotic, Ricky Rubio, Rudy Fernandez, Andrea Bargnani and Danilo Gallinari. Brian Bowen II went undrafted, but signed a two-way contract on July 1. He competed with the Pacers’ Summer League team in Las Vegas in July and averaged 12.3 points, 6.7 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game while shooting 50 percent from the field, 50 percent from 3-point range and 10for-10 from the free throw line. He spent the regular season in Australia with the Sydney Kings in 2018-19 and averaged 6.3 points and 3.2 rebounds over 30 games played. New Indiana Pacers Players – 2019-20 Player 2018-19 Avg. Acquired Goga Bitadze 13.9 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 1.9 bpg 18th pick in the 2019 NBA Draft Brian Bowen 6.3 ppg, 3.2 rpg Signed as a free agent, 7/1 Malcolm Brogdon 15.6 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 3.2 aspg From Milwaukee, 7/7 Justin Holiday 10.5 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 1.8 apg, 1.5 spg Signed as a free agent, 7/31 Jeremy Lamb 10.5 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 1.8 apg, 1.5 spg Signed as a free agent, 7/6 T.J. McConnell 6.4 ppg, 2.3 rpg, 3.4 apg, 1.0 spg Signed as a free agent, 7/29.

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HOME COURT HEROES The Pacers secured a winning record on their home court in 30 consecutive seasons, which is the longest active streak in the NBA. Indiana currently holds a 19-9 record at home this season and has outscored its opponents by an average of 4.5 points per game. Opponents are shooting 44.8 percent from the field and 32.8 percent from 3-point range for an average of 106.4 points per game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The Pacers allowed the fewest points per game at home in the NBA in 2018-19 while holding opponents to 100.9 points per game on 43.8 percent shooting (first in the league). The NBA record for the most consecutive seasons with a winning record at home is held by the Phoenix Suns, who posted 34 straight winning seasons at home from 1969-2003. Since the building’s opening in 1999, the Pacers have posted a 558-277 (.669) record at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. In Indiana’s NBA history, the Pacers hold a 1,126-633 (.639) record at home, the 10th best winning percentage at home among active NBA franchises.
TURNER’S BLOCK PARTY Myles Turner led the NBA in blocked shots during the 2018-19 regular season with a career-high 2.69 rejections per game. Despite missing eight games due to injury, Turner led the NBA with 199 total blocks. He recorded at least one block in all but five games, and posted 11 games with five or more blocks. Turner became the first Pacers player since Jermaine O’Neal in 2000-01 to lead the NBA in blocked shots. Entering this season, only two players in franchise history averaged more than 2.5 blocks per game over an entire season (O’Neal, 2.8 in 2000-01 and 2.6 in 2006-07; Roy Hibbert, 2.6 in 2012-13).

RAPTORS AT PACERS PREGAME NOTES: Kyle Lowry needs eight points to tie Vince Carter (9,420) for third place on the Raptors’ all-time scoring list. DeMar DeRozan (13,296) is the all-time franchise scoring leader, followed by Chris Bosh (10,275). The Raptors have won a franchise-best 12 consecutive games.

INJURY REPORT AT 1:30 FRIDAY

Indiana Pacers Bowen II, Brian Out G League – Two-Way
Johnson, Alize Out G League – On Assignment
Mitrou-Long, Naz Out G League – Two-Way
Oladipo, Victor Questionable Injury/Illness – Right Knee; Injury recovery
Warren, T.J. Questionable Injury/Illness – Not Available; Concussion
Toronto Raptors Brissett, Oshae Out G League – Two-Way
Gasol, Marc Out Injury/Illness – Left Hamstring; Tightness
Hernandez, Dewan Out Injury/Illness – Right Ankle; Sprain
Powell, Norman Out Injury/Illness – Left Hand; Fourth Metacarpal- Fracture

RAPTORS NOTES
• The Toronto Raptors visit the Indiana Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Friday night. This is the third of four meetings between the two teams. Serge Ibaka connected on the go-ahead basket with 30 seconds left, as the Raptors overcame a 19-point deficit to beat Indiana at home on Wednesday. Kyle Lowry led all scorers with 32 points in the victory, while Ibaka added a season-high 30. Lowry and Ibaka are averaging 31.0 and 26.5 points, respectively, in two games vs. the Pacers this season. Toronto has dropped their last two visits to Indiana. he Raptors and Pacers will face each other three times in the month of February.
• The Raptors set a franchise record with their 12th straight victory (Jan. 15 – Feb. 5) Wednesday night. Over the last 12 games, the Raptors are averaging 120.6 points and shooting .503 (534-1061) from the field, including .395 (171-433) from three point range. Toronto also has a +66 (162-to-228) turnover differential during this stretch and leads the NBA in points per game off turnovers (24.2). The Raptors’ win streak is the longest in Toronto sports history (NBA, NHL, MLB, MLS and CFL).
• Serge Ibaka scored a season-high 30 points, including 15 in the fourth quarter, Feb. 5 vs. Indiana. Ibaka has scored in double figures in eight straight games (Jan. 22 – Feb. 5), shooting at least 50 per centfrom the floor in all eight contests. He averaging 19.9 points (second on the team) and shooting .617 (66-for107) from the field during this stretch. Ibaka has now scored 30+ points four times in his career.
• Kyle Lowry led all scorers with 32 points and dished out 10 assists for his eighth double-double of season
Wednesday night against the Pacers. Lowry has now recorded 30+ points and 10+ assists seven times as
a Raptor, second most in franchise history behind only Damon Stoudamire (nine times).
• Kyle Lowry needs eight points to tie Vince Carter (9,420) for third place on the Raptors’ all-time scoring
list. DeMar DeRozan (13,296) is the franchise’s all-time leading scorer, followed by Chris Bosh (10,275).
• Nick Nurse and his staff will coach Team Giannis at the 2020 NBA All-Star Game in Chicago. Nurse will become just the third active head coach to coach in the All-Star Game in their first or second year as an
NBA head coach, joining Steve Kerr (first year) and Mike Budenholzer (second year) – both in 2015.
• Kyle Lowry has been named a reserve for the 2020 NBA All-Star Game. Lowry will participate in his sixth All-Star Game (2015-20), the most in franchise history. He is the first player in NBA history to be selected
to at least six All-Star teams after not being picked in any of his first eight seasons. Lowry will join forward Pascal Siakam in Chicago, who was voted a starter. Siakam’s selection extends a streak of six consecutive years that a Raptor has been voted into the starting five – Lowry (2015, 2016), DeMar DeRozan (2017, 2018) and Kawhi Leonard (2019). It also marks the fifth straight year (2016-20) two players will represent Toronto in the All-Star Game.
• MISCELLANEOUS: Rookie Terence Davis ll is the only Raptor to appear in every game this season …Toronto’s 37-14 record after 51 games is the best in franchise history … The Raptors have shot at least 50 percent from the floor in three straight games (Jan. 31 – Feb. 5), shooting .525 (134-for-255) during this
span … Toronto is a perfect 14-0 this season when they shoot .500 from the field.


PROBABLE STARTERS


G – OG ANUNOBY #3

MIN: 29.0 REB: 5.4 AST: 1.6 STL: 1.1 TO: 1.2 BLK: 0.7 PTS: 10.1


• Contributed three rebounds and one steal in 28 minutes of action Feb. 5 vs. Indiana.
• Toronto is 19-4 this season when Anunoby scores 10 or more points.
• Averaging a career-high 10.1 points and shooting a career-best .489 from the field this season.


F – PASCAL SIAKAM #43

MIN: 29.0 REB: 5.4 AST: 1.6 STL: 1.1 TO: 1.2 BLK: 0.7 PTS: 10.1


• Recorded 25 points, a team-high nine rebounds, five assists and three steals in 40 minutes Feb. 5 vs. Indiana.
• Ranks 15th in the NBA in scoring (23.7) and 12th in +/- rating (+298).
• Has scored 30+ points 12 times; had five 30-point performances in 80 games played last season.


C – SERGE IBAKA #9

MIN: 26.6 REB: 8.0 AST: 1.3 STL: 0.6 TO: 1.9 BLK: 0.8 PTS: 15.8


• Scored a season-high 30 points Feb. 5 vs. Indiana; added seven rebounds and three assists in 34 minutes.

• Averaging 18.9 points, 8.9 rebounds and 31.3 minutes in 18 games as a starter this season.
• Is the only player in NBA history with 500+ three-point field goals and 1,500+ blocks.


G – KYLE LOWRY #7

MIN: 36.6 REB: 4.6 AST: 7.3 STL: 1.3 TO: 2.8 BLK: 0.4 PTS: 19.7


• Finished with a game-high 32 points and 10 assists in 38 minutes Feb. 5 vs. Indiana – his eighth double-double.
• Ranked 10th in the NBA in assists per game (7.3); has dished out 10+ assists eight times.
• Became the franchise’s all-time leader in assists Jan. 28 vs. Atlanta, passing Jose Calderon (3,770).


G – FRED VANVLEET #23

MIN: 36.6 REB: 4.6 AST: 7.3 STL: 1.3 TO: 2.8 BLK: 0.4 PTS: 19.7


• Tallied 10 points, seven assists, three rebounds and three steals in 37 minutes Feb. 5 vs. Indiana.

• Ranks fourth in the NBA in steals per game (2.0); has registered multiple steals in 20 games.
• Has totaled 36 assists, compared to just seven turnovers, over the last four games (Jan. 30 – Feb. 5).


INJURY REPORT
Marc Gasol (Left hamstring; tightness) – Out
Dewan Hernandez (Right ankle; sprain) – Out
Norman Powell (Left hand; fourth metacarpal – fracture) – Out

TONIGHT’S GAME DETAILS Opponent: Indiana Pacers Date: Friday, February 7 Tip-Off: 8 p.m. (ET) Venue: Bankers Life Fieldhouse Television: Sportsnet One / ESPN Radio: Sportsnet 590 The FAN

SERIES RECAP VS. INDIANA

OVERALL HOME ROAD 2019-20 1-1 1-0 0-1 ALL-TIME 41-49 28-18 13-31 STREAKS Won 1 Won 12 Lost 2

LAST WIN: February 5, 2020 (119-118)

LAST ROAD WIN: March 15, 2018 (106-99)

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY: +25, March 19, 2017

LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT: -29, April 8, 2009

LAST TIME VS. INDIANA

GAME 51- FEBRUARY 5, 2020 TORONTO 119, INDIANA 118

TORONTO — Serge Ibaka connected for the go-ahead basket, as the Toronto Raptors overcame a 19-point deficit to beat the Indiana Pacers, setting a franchise record with their 12th consecutive victory … Kyle Lowry had 32 points and Ibaka added a season-high 30 … Pascal Siakam had 25 points, while Terence Davis had 11 and Fred VanVleet contributed 10 … Malcolm Brogdon scored 24 points to lead the Pacers, while Domantas Sabonis had 15 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists … The Pacers outscored Toronto by 25 points in the second quarter, and when Brogdon drained a three early in the third, the Pacers went up by 19 points … The Raptors pulled within two points late in the third, and Toronto trailed just 86-82 to start the fourth … Three consecutive Pacers threes had the visitors back up by 10 in the final quarter … Toronto pulled within two, but with 3:50 to play, the Pacers were back up by 11 … A Lowry 3-pointer and a Siakam free throw cut the deficit to four with 1:15 to play … Nine seconds later, Siakam made it a two-point game … Lowry found a wide open Ibaka for the game-winner and then forced an Oladipo miss and Brogdon turnover … The Raptors had won 11 games in a row three times, previously from Feb. 26 to March 16, 2018 and Jan. 6-30, 2016, but this streak has seen several key Toronto players miss games with injuries … The Raptors’ streak is one of the longest in Toronto sports history.

1 2 3 4 TOT

INDIANA 20 43 23 32 118

TORONTO 30 18 34 37 119

NEXT GAME DETAILS Opponent: Brooklyn Nets Date: Saturday, February 8 Tip-Off: 7:30 p.m. (ET) Venue: Scotiabank Arena Television: TSN Radio: TSN 1050 Toronto

SERIES RECAP VS. BROOKLYN

OVERALL HOME ROAD 2019-20 2-0 1-0 1-0 ALL-TIME 55-40 32-15 23-25 STREAKS Won 5 Won 9 Won 2

LAST WIN: January 4, 2020 (121-102)

LAST HOME WIN: December 14, 2019 (110-102)

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY: +37, November 2, 2007

LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT: -25, January 15, 1996

LAST TIME VS. BROOKLYN

GAME 36 – JANUARY 4, 2020 TORONTO 121, BROOKLYN 102

TORONTO — Fred VanVleet had 29 points and 11 assists, Lowry scored 26 points and the Raptors beat the Nets 121-102 … Serge Ibaka finished with 21 points and 12 rebounds … Toronto started slow, but got back into it with a big finish to the first half before their guards — who both hit five three pointers — carried them in the second half for another win in what’s been a one-sided rivalry … Toronto made 13 three pointers and beat Brooklyn for the 17th time in 18 meetings … Spencer Dinwiddie scored 23 points for the Nets, who dropped their fifth straight … They had a 16-point lead in the second quarter, but gave almost all of it away by halftime … Caris LeVert returned after a 24-game absence following right thumb surgery and scored 13 points in 16 minutes off the bench … The Nets shot 61 per cent in the first quarter and were six of 10 from 3-point range to open a 33-24 lead … Toronto scored the final 12 points of the second to trim the Net’s lead to 52-48 … Brooklyn had 16 turnovers in the half, leading to 20 points … VanVleet then scored 14 in the third to keep Toronto ahead until it went into the fourth leading 83-80 … Lowry’s three pointer with 9:08 to play triggered a 15-5 spurt that turned a two-point lead into a 100-88 cushion midway through the period.

1 2 3 4 TOT

TORONTO 24 24 35 38 121

BROOKLYN 33 19 28 22 102

RAPTORS 119-118 POSTGAME NOTES: The Raptors have won a franchise-record 12 straight games (Jan 15 – Feb. 5) – the longest winning streak in Toronto sports history. • Toronto’s 37-14 record after 51 games is the best in franchise history.

FINAL SCORE: TORONTO RAPTORS 119, INDIANA PACERS 118
DATE: FEBRUARY 5, 2020 ATTENDANCE: 19,800 (Sellout)
FINAL SCORE RECORD HIGH POINTS HIGH REBOUNDS HIGH ASSISTS
Indiana 118 31-20 Brogdon – 24 Sabonis – 11 Sabonis – 10
Toronto 119 37-14 Lowry – 32 Siakam – 9 Lowry – 10


KEY RUN
Trailing 118-108 with 2:27 remaining, the Raptors scored the final 11 points of the game for the one point victory … The Pacers committed four turnovers and missed both of their field goal attempts during this stretch.
KEY STAT
The Raptors outscored Indiana 56-34 in the paint and 31-7 on the fast-break.
RAPTORS NOTES:
• With the win, Toronto improves to 37-14 this season and 19-7 at home … The Raptors have now won 12 straight games at home against the Pacers … Toronto plays at Indiana on Friday night.
• The Raptors have won a franchise record 12 straight games (Jan 15 – Feb. 5) – the longest winning streak in Toronto sports history.
• Toronto’s 37-14 after 51 games is the best in franchise history.
• The Raptors shot 50 per cent (43-for-86) from the field … Toronto has shot at least .500 from the floor in each of the last three games, shooting .525 (134-255) during this span.
• Kyle Lowry led the Raptors with 32 points and 10 assists in 38 minutes of action – his fifth 30-point game of the season … Lowry posted his seventh game with 30+ points and 10+ assists as a Raptor.
• Serge Ibaka scored a season-high 30 points in 34 minutes … Ibaka scored 20+ points for the fourth time in the last five games, and 13th time this season.
• The Raptors had five players score double figures – Lowry (32), Ibaka (30), Pascal Siakam (25), Terence Davis (11) and Fred VanVleet (10).
PACERS NOTES:
• With the loss, Indiana falls to 31-20 on the season and 13-13 on the road … The Paces have dropped three in a row (Feb. 1-5) … Indiana hosts the Raptors on Friday night.
• Indiana’s reserves outscored Toronto’s bench 55-22.
• The Pacers shot .524 (43-for-82) from the floor, including .487 (19-for-39) from 3-point range.
• Malcolm Brogdon scored a team-high 24 points, including nine in the first quarter … Brogdon added six rebounds and six assists in 34 minutes … He led the team in scoring for the fifth time.
• Domantas Sabonis recorded his third career triple-double with 15 points and game highs of 11 rebounds and 10 assists in 36 minutes.
• The Pacers had five players score in double digits – Brogdon (24), Justin Holiday (22), Doug McDermott (19), Sabonis (15) and Victor Oladipo (13) … Holiday’s 22 points were a season high …Oladipo played 25 minutes in his first start of the season.

PACERS AT RAPTORS PREGAME NOTES: The Raptors have tied the franchise record with 11 straight victories (Jan. 15 – Feb. 2). It’s the third time in team history Toronto has won 11 consecutive games (Feb. 26 – March 16, 2018 and Jan. 6-30, 2016). Over the past 11 games, the Raptors are averaging 120.7 points and shooting .504 (491-975) from the field, including .397 (159-401) from three point range. Toronto also has a +57 (152-to-209) turnover differential during this stretch and leads the NBA in points per game off turnovers (23.9).

Injury Report: 02/05/20 01:30 PM

Indiana Pacers Bowen II, Brian Out G League – Two-Way
Johnson, Alize Out G League – On Assignment
Leaf, TJ Questionable Injury/Illness – Not Available; Illness
Mitrou-Long, Naz Out G League – Two-Way
Warren, T.J. Out Injury/Illness – Not Available; Concussion
Toronto Raptors Brissett, Oshae Out G League – Two-Way
Gasol, Marc Out Injury/Illness – Left Hamstring; Tightness
Hernandez, Dewan Out Injury/Illness – Right Ankle; Sprain
Hollis-Jefferson, Rondae Questionable Injury/Illness – Right Ankle; Sprain
Powell, Norman Out Injury/Illness – Left Finger; Fourth – fracture; metacarpal

RAPTORS NOTES

•The Toronto Raptors welcome the Indiana Pacers to Scotiabank Arena on Wednesday night. This is the second of four meetings between the two teams. In the first matchup in December, the Pacers won 120115 in overtime. Kyle Lowry led all scorers with 30 points in the game. Toronto has won 11 straight games at home vs. Indiana. The Raptors and Pacers will face each other three times in the month of February.

• The Raptors have tied the franchise record with 11 straight victories (Jan. 15 – Feb. 2). It’s the third time in team history Toronto has won 11 consecutive games (Feb. 26 – Mar. 16, 2018 and Jan. 6-30, 2016). Over the last 11 games, the Raptors are averaging 120.7 points and shooting .504 (491-975) from the field, including .397 (159-401) from three point range. Toronto also has a +57 (152-to-209) turnover differential during this stretch and leads the NBA in points per game off turnovers (23.9).

• Terence Davis II scored a career-high 31 points in 28 minutes off the bench Sunday afternoon vs. Chicago. He became just the sixth Raptors rookie, and first as a reserve, to score 30+ points in a game (Last: Norman Powell – Apr. 13, 2016 at Brooklyn). Davis is the only Raptor to appear in all 50 games this season and currently ranks second among rookies with a .417 (68-163) three-point shooting percentage. • The Raptors bench scored 66 points, including 32 in the fourth quarter, in Sunday’s victory over Chicago. During the team’s 11-game winning streak, Toronto’s reserves rank sixth in the NBA averaging 44.5 points, while shooting an NBA-best .517 (186-for-360) from the floor. • Toronto held Chicago to a .389 (35-for-90) shooting from the field Sunday afternoon. It was the 15th time this season the Raptors have held an opponent below 40 per cent shooting from the floor, posting a 13-2 record in those games. Toronto ranks second in the NBA this season in opponent field goal percentage (.427), behind only Milwaukee (.411).

• Serge Ibaka has scored in double figures in seven straight games (Jan. 22 – Feb. 2), shooting at least 50 per cent from the floor in all seven contests. He is averaging 18.4 points during this stretch.

• Kyle Lowry needs 40 points to tie Vince Carter (9,420) for third place on the Raptors’ all-time scoring list. DeMar DeRozan (13,296) is the franchise’s all-time leading scorer, followed by Chris Bosh (10,275).

• Nick Nurse and his staff will coach Team Giannis at the 2020 NBA All-Star Game in Chicago. Nurse will become just the third active head coach to coach in the All-Star Game in their first or second year as an NBA head coach, joining Steve Kerr (first year) and Mike Budenholzer (second year) – both in 2015.

• Kyle Lowry has been named a reserve for the 2020 NBA All-Star Game. Lowry will participate in his sixth All-Star Game (2015-20), the most in franchise history. He is the first player in NBA history to be selected to at least six All-Star teams after not being picked in any of his first eight seasons. Lowry will join forward Pascal Siakam in Chicago, who was voted a starter. Siakam’s selection extends a streak of six consecutive years that a Raptor has been voted into the starting five – Lowry (2015, 2016), DeMar DeRozan (2017, 2018) and Kawhi Leonard (2019). It also marks the fifth straight year (2016-20) two players will represent Toronto in the All-Star Game.


PROBABLE STARTERS

G – OG ANUNOBY #3

MIN: 29.0 REB: 5.4 AST: 1.6 STL: 1.1 TO: 1.2 BLK: 0.7 PTS: 10.3

• Contributed four points, seven rebounds and one steal in 21 minutes of action Feb. 2 vs. Chicago. • Toronto is 19-4 this season when Anunoby scores 10 or more points. • Averaging a career-high 10.3 points and shooting a career-best .490 from the field this season.

F – PASCAL SIAKAM #43

MIN: 34.8 REB: 7.6 AST: 3.4 STL: 1.0 TO: 2.5 BLK: 0.9 PTS: 23.7

• Recorded 17 points, a game-high nine rebounds and five assists in 28 minutes Feb. 2 vs. Chicago. • Ranks 15th in the NBA in scoring (23.7) and 12th in +/- rating (+284). • Has scored 30+ points 12 times; had five 30-point performances in 80 games played last season.

C – SERGE IBAKA #9

MIN: 26.4 REB: 8.0 AST: 1.3 STL: 0.6 TO: 1.9 BLK: 0.8 PTS: 15.5

• Totaled 16 points, six rebounds and three blocks in 25 minutes Feb. 2 vs. Chicago. • Averaging 18.2 points, 9.1 rebounds and 31.2 minutes in 17 games as a starter this season. • Is the only player in NBA history with 500+ three-point field goals and 1,500+ blocks.

G – KYLE LOWRY #7

MIN: 36.6 REB: 4.5 AST: 7.3 STL: 1.2 TO: 2.8 BLK: 0.4 PTS: 19.4

• Finished with 14 points, six assists and four rebounds in 30 minutes Feb. 2 vs. Chicago • Ranks 10th in the NBA in assists per game (7.3); has dished out 10+ assists seven times. • Became the franchise’s all-time leader in assists Jan. 28 vs. Atlanta, passing Jose Calderon (3,770).

G – FRED VANVLEET #23

MIN: 35.9 REB: 3.9 AST: 7.0 STL: 1.9 TO: 2.3 BLK: 0.3 PTS: 17.8

• Tallied 12 points, a game-high eight assists and four rebounds in 32 minutes Feb. 2 vs. Chicago. • Ranks fourth in the NBA in steals per game (1.93); has registered multiple steals in 19 games. • Has totaled 29 assists, compared to just six turnovers, over the last three games (Jan. 30 – Feb. 2).



INJURY REPORT Marc Gasol (Left hamstring; tightness) – TBD Dewan Hernandez (Right ankle; sprain) – TBD Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (Right ankle sprain) – TBD Norman Powell (Left hand; fourth metacarpal – fracture) – Out Malcolm Miller (Neck; strain) – TBD

NEXT GAME DETAILS Opponent: Indiana Pacers Date: Wednesday, February 5 Tip-Off: 7:30 p.m. (ET) Venue: Scotiabank Arena Television: TSN Radio: TSN 1050 Toronto

SERIES RECAP VS. INDIANA

OVERALL HOME ROAD

2019-20 0-1 0-0 0-1

ALL-TIME 40-49 27-18 13-31

STREAKS Lost 2 Won 11 Lost 2

LAST WIN: January 6, 2019 (121-105)

LAST HOME WIN: January 6, 2019 (121-105)

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY: +25, March 19, 2017

LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT: -29, April 8, 2009

LAST TIME VS. INDIANA

GAME 30 – DECEMBER 23, 2019 INDIANA 120, TORONTO 115 (OT)

INDIANAPOLIS — T.J. Warren and Myles Turner scored 24 points apiece, Aaron Holiday sank two 3-pointers late and the host Indiana Pacers outlasted the Toronto Raptors 120-115 in overtime on Monday night … Holiday hit a 3-pointer to give the Pacers a 116-113 lead with 2:05 remaining in overtime … Then he drained another for a 119-115 advantage with 54 seconds remaining … Holiday finished with 19 points, including 5 of 10 on 3-pointers … Raptors guard Kyle Lowry led all scorers with 30 points. Serge Ibaka added 23 and Fred VanVleet 21 … Both teams missed potential game-winning shots in the final minute of regulation as Holiday’s layup was too long off the glass before Lowry’s last-second 3-pointer bounced off the front of the rim … The Pacers were hot from the outset in hitting 8of-15 3-pointers to take a 44-29 lead midway through the second quarter … The Raptors made only one in their first 11 attempts … Turner, who averages 11.5 points, had 15 at halftime on 6-of-6 shooting … The Pacers led 54-44 … The Raptors rallied in the third quarter and a Lowry layup just before the buzzer gave the visitors a 79-78 lead entering the final quarter.

1 2 3 4 OT TOT

TORONTO 19 25 35 28 8 115

INDIANA 30 24 24 29 13 120

PACERS PROBABLE STARTERS

Pos. No. Player Ht. wt. Notes
Forward 26 Jeremy Lamb 6-5 185
2019-20 Averages: 12.9 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 2.1 apg, 1.2 spg, .456 FG%, .324 3FG%, .857 FT% Last Game: 11 points (5-8 FG, 1-2 3FG, 0-2 FT), five rebounds, one assist, one steal Set a new season high with 30 points as he shot 9-for-13 from the field, tied his career high with five 3-pointers on five attempts, and made all seven free throw attempts against Denver, 1/2…Has scored in double figures in all but seven of his appearances this season with 20 or more five times.
Forward 11 Domantas Sabonis 6-11 250
2019-20 Averages: 18.3 ppg, 12.7 rpg, 4.6 apg, .540 FG%, .229 3FG%, .727 FT% Last Game: 26 points (11-18 FG, 4-4 FT), 12 rebounds, nine assists, two steals Currently ranks sixth in the NBA in rebounding average and third with 38 double-doubles on the season, passing his career high set last season (30)…Recorded his 19th double-double of the season with 18 points and a career-high 22 rebounds against the Clippers, 12/9..His 22 rebounds was the most by any Pacers player since 1993…Recorded his first two NBA triple-doubles this season, becoming the first Pacers player since 2013-14 to record multiple triple-doubles in one season.
Center 33 Myles Turner 6-11 255
2019-20 Averages: 12.1 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 1.2 apg, 1.9 bpg, .452 FG%, .347 3FG%, .748 FT% Last Game: 11 points (4-8 FG, 1-4 3FG, 2-2 FT), five rebounds, one steal, three blocks Ranks fifth in the NBA this season in blocks (1.9 per game)…Posted his fourth double-double of the year and set season highs with 27 points and 14 rebounds in the road win at Chicago, 1/10…Led the NBA and tied for third in Pacers franchise history with 199 blocked shots in 2018-19…Also became the first Pacers player since Jermaine O’Neal in 2000-01 to lead the NBA in blocks.
Guard 7 Malcolm Brogdon 6-5 230
2019-20 Averages: 16.7 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 7.4 apg, .437 FG%, .327 3FG%, .904 FT% Last Game: 14 points (6-17 FG, 2-7 3FG), six rebounds, three assists, one block Ranks sixth in the NBA in free throw percentage this season (.904..Ranks eighth in the NBA in assists, and is averaging career highs in points, rebounds, asissts and steals…Has posted eight double-doubles on the season, including four straight to begin the regular season. He had only recorded four double-doubles over his first three NBA seasons entering this year.
Guard 3 Aaron Holiday 6-1 185
2019-20 Averages: 10.3 ppg, 2.3 rpg, 3.5 apg, .422 FG%, .424 3FG%, .870 FT% Last Game: Seven points (3-9 FG, 1-3 3FG), two rebounds, four assists, one steal Ranks 15th in the NBA in 3-point percentage while shooting 42.4 percent from long distance this season…Has made 19 starts this season and has averaged 13.3 points, 2.8 rebounds, 5.4 assists and 1.0 steal per game over that span…Set a new career high with 25 points against New Orleans, 12/28.
2019-20

INDIANA PACERS (31-19) at TORONTO RAPTORS (36-14) Game #51 | Road Game #26 Wednesday, February 5, 2020 | 7:30 P.M. (ET) Scotiabank Arena | Toronto, ON
Injury Report T.J. Warren ………………Concussion Protocol……….Out