Toronto Raptors

'That was crazy': Toronto Raptors react to historic comeback against the Dallas Mavericks

On Sunday, the Toronto Raptors made history.

Trailing by as much as 30 points in the game, the Raptors outscored the Dallas Mavericks 47-21 in the fourth quarter to complete the largest comeback in franchise history. Kyle Lowry stole the show with a game-high 32 points, 20 of which came in the final frame, but it took a team effort to take down the Mavericks, with the likes of Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Chris Boucher, Terence Davis and Malcolm Miller stepping up on both ends of the court.

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From Lowry to Pascal Siakam, who didn't play in the game due to a groin injury, several Raptors spoke about the win after the game.

Kyle Lowry

Pascal Siakam

Fred VanVleet

Terence Davis

"Just playing ball. We all knew we were down 30, so it was going to take everything we had."

Chris Boucher

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

"It just shows you, man, you just stay ready so you don't have to worry about all the other things. You come out, compete, play hard. Anything is possible."

Nick Nurse

"Historically, we've always been a team that fights. In my time here, we hardly ever mail it in. It's a good characteristic to have."

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