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Toronto Raptors vs. San Antonio Spurs: Live score updates, news, stats and highlights

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After trailing by as many as 18 points, the San Antonio Spurs mount a furious comeback to escape Scotiabank Arena with a one-point win.

DeMar DeRozan led the way with 25 points as the Spurs outscored the Raptors 36-22 in the final frame to earn the win.

If you missed any of the action, check below for live score updates, news, stats and highlights from throughout the game…

Toronto Raptors vs. San Antonio Spurs


Final: San Antonio Spurs 105, Toronto Raptors 104

Jan 13, 1:25 am UTC

LaMarcus Aldridge is intentionally fouled but misses both free throws, setting up one final chance for the Raptors.

Pascal Siakam missed the potential game-winner and the Spurs take the win.

After trailing by as many as 18 points, the Spurs escape with a one-point win.

Lowry sinks a triple

Jan 13, 1:23 am UTC

It's not over yet.

Kyle Lowry sinks a triple to cut the deficit to one.

San Antonio leads 105-104 with 4.8 seconds left.

DeRozan puts San Antonio up four

Jan 13, 1:20 am UTC

Pascal Siakam fails to connect on a clean look in the post and the Spurs grab the board.

DeMar DeRozan is fouled intentionally and sinks both free throws.

Timeout Raptors.

They trail 105-101 with 9.3 seconds remaining.

Belinelli sinks a big 3

Jan 13, 1:17 am UTC

After Pascal Siakam sank a free throw to give the Raptors a one-point lead, former Raptor Marco Belinelli sinks a triple assisted by DeMar DeRozan to put the Spurs back ahead.

It's 103-101 with 28.0 seconds remaining.

Timeout Raptors.

Toronto ties it

Jan 13, 1:15 am UTC

After trailing by nine points, Toronto sinks three-straight triples to tie it up.

It's 100-100 with under a minute remaining.

This could have a wild finish.

San Antonio extends the run

Jan 13, 1:10 am UTC

The Spurs have used a 25-4 run to get out to a seven-point lead.

It's 98-91 with 3:35 remaining in regulation.

San Antonio has outscored Toronto 29-9 in the fourth quarter.

Spurs retake the lead

Jan 13, 1:04 am UTC

After trailing by as many as 18 points, the Spurs have used a 15-0 run to take an 88-87 lead.

They last led when the score was 5-4 in the first quarter.

The Spurs won't go away

Jan 13, 12:59 am UTC

San Antonio might be down, but its not out.

The Spurs open the fourth quarter on a 12-5 run to make things interesting as they now trail by just six after scoring eight unanswered.

It's 87-81 with 8:41 left in regulation.

This one could get interesting.

End of Third Quarter: Toronto Raptors 82, San Antonio Spurs 69

Jan 13, 12:51 am UTC

After an entertaining third period, the Raptors take a 13-point lead into the final frame.

DeMar DeRozan exploded for 14 points in the third to bring his total to a game-high 17.

Serge Ibaka isn't far behind with 16 points to lead the Raptors while Norman Powell (15), Pascal Siakam (14) and Kyle Lowry (10) have all reached double figures as well.

Toronto has used 3-point shooting to its advantage - the Raptors are shooting 12-for-35 (34.3%) while the Spurs are just (16.7%).

DeRozan's big dunk injected some life into San Antonio, but will it be enough to stage a fourth-quarter rally?

DeMar rises up for a BIG dunk

Jan 13, 12:47 am UTC

One of the strongest takes of DeRozan's 11-year career.

Another Spurs timeout

Jan 13, 12:34 am UTC

That was quick.

A botched play from the Spurs leads to a transition triple from Norman Powell.

Raptors lead 70-53 and Gregg Popovich calls for timeout to try and get things back under control.

Another Raptors surge

Jan 13, 12:31 am UTC

Norman Powell drills a triple to make it a 6-0 run for the Raptors, who now have built their biggest lead of the night.

It's 67-53 with 7:11 left in the third. Timeout Spurs.

Powell is up to 12 points (on 5-8 FG) in 19 minutes of action. Not bad after missing nearly a month of games.

First break of the second half

Jan 13, 12:24 am UTC

Just over 90 seconds into the second half, there's a timeout on the floor.

Toronto leads 56-45. 10:27 remains in the third.

Halftime Stats

Jan 13, 12:17 am UTC

More from the first half:

Halftime: Toronto Raptors 51, San Antonio Spurs 43

Jan 13, 12:05 am UTC

One half is in the books and the Raptors close on a 5-0 run to take an eight-point lead into the break.

Pascal Siakam has scored a game-high 14 points while Serge Ibaka has added 12 points (on 5-7 FG) to go along with nine rebounds in 17 minutes of action.

Dejounte Murray (8) and LaMarcus Aldridge (7) lead the way for San Antonio while DeMar DeRozan has scored three points on an and-one late in the half.

A quick Spurs run

Jan 12, 11:56 pm UTC

A dunk from Jakob Poeltl and a triple from Bryn Forbes make it a quick run for the Spurs, who have cut the deficit to seven.

San Antonio trails 43-36 with 3:41 left in the half. Timeout Toronto.

Dejounte Murray is up to a team-high eight points from the Spurs while LaMarcus Aldridge isn't too far behind with seven.

Pascal Siakam has yet to score in the second frame but Norman Powell is up to seven points and Serge Ibaka has scord six.

Toronto on the run

Jan 12, 11:46 pm UTC

After the Spurs cut the deficit to three, the Raptors ring off an 8-0 run.

Toronto leads 36-25 with 8:33 on the clock. Timeout San Antonio.

End of First Quarter: Toronto Raptors 28, San Antonio Spurs 21

Jan 12, 11:37 pm UTC

One quarter is in the books and the Raptors are up seven.

Led by 12 points (on 5-7 FG) from Pascal Siakam, Toronto shot 11-for-22 (50.0%) from the field in the opening frame to build the lead.

San Antonio, on the other hand, shot just 8-for-23 (34.8%) from the field, 1-for-7 (14.3%) from deep and 4-for-8 (50.%) from the charity stripe.

Dejounte Murray leads the Spurs with six points while DeMar DeRozan is scoreless after missing his lone field goal attempt and all three of his free throw attempts.

San Antonio responds

Jan 12, 11:28 pm UTC

After the Raptors' lead ballooned to 12 points, the Spurs respond with a 6-0 run.

Timeout Raptors as they lead 23-17 with 3:32 remaining in the opening frame.

Pascal Siakam has not missed a beat as he leads all scorers with 12 points on 5-for-7 shooting from the field, including 2-for-3 from deep.

The Spurs are led by six points (on 3-for-4 shooting) from Dejounte Murray.

First break in the action

Jan 12, 11:16 pm UTC

Serge Ibaka scores to put the Raptors up four and Gregg Popovich signals for a timeout.

Toronto leads 13-9, 7:39 remains in the first quarter.

The Raptors are shooting 6-for-8 (75.0%) from the field and Pascal Siakam has scored a quick four points after missing the last 11 games.

The Spurs, who are shooting 4-for-10 (40.0%) from the field are led by four points from Dejounte Murray.

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