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.
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Toronto Raptors vs. San Antonio Spurs
Final: San Antonio Spurs 105, Toronto Raptors 104
Lowry sinks a triple
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
Belinelli sinks a big 3
Toronto ties it
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
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
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
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
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.
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
Another Spurs timeout
Another Raptors surge
First break of the second half
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.
More from the first half:
Halftime: Toronto Raptors 51, San Antonio Spurs 43
One half is in the books and the Raptors close on a 5-0 run to take an eight-point lead into the break.
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A quick Spurs run
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.
Toronto on the run
End of First Quarter: Toronto Raptors 28, San Antonio Spurs 21
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.
San Antonio responds
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.
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The Spurs are led by six points (on 3-for-4 shooting) from Dejounte Murray.
First break in the action
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.