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Raptors 905's Chris Boucher breaks franchise record with 37 points versus Greensboro Swarm

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Raptors 905 traveled to North Carolina to take on the Greensboro Swarm on Saturday night.

Courtesy of a franchise-record 37 points from Toronto Raptors' two-way player Chris Boucher, Raptors 905 came away with a 107-100 win.

Boucher's surpassed the 36-point record set by current Raptors Lorenzo Brown and Norman Powell. He shot 12-for-24 from the field, 10-for-12 from the free throw line and knocked down three 3-pointers en route to his record breaking performance. Boucher also grabbed 14 rebounds to go with four blocks and two steals on the night.

Raptors 905 also got a solid performance out of another Raptors' two-way player, Jordan Loyd. Loyd scored 24 points on an efficient 10-for-18 from the field to go with five assists, three boards and two steals.

This was a back-and-forth game with 16 lead changes and 10 ties that came down to the very end. Boucher knocked down a pair of free throws off of a flagrant foul to give Raptors 905 a three-point lead with 24 seconds to go and Loyd stepped up in the clutch to deliver the game-sealing layup on the very next play.

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Greensboro was led by Chinanu Onuaku who had a career-high 27 points and seven rebounds.

Raptors 905 advances to 6-3 on the season while the Swarm fall to 4-4. The 905 return to action on Tuesday, November 27th against the Erie Bayhawks in Erie, Pennsylvania.

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