On Tuesday, the Toronto Raptors responded to their first loss of the 2018-19 season with a commanding victory over the Philadelphia 76ers.
If you missed any of the action, check below for highlights and updates.
Philadelphia 76ers at Toronto Raptors
Preview | Box Score | Play-by-Play
End of 4th quarter: Raptors 129, 76ers 112
10:03 p.m. - The Raptors beat the 76ers by a final score of 129-112 to push their record to 7-1 on the season.
Ball game. Raps win! pic.twitter.com/YGq9AXVDul- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) October 31, 2018
Kawhi Leonard have another MVP-type performance with a team-high 31 points. He also grabbed seven rebounds, dished out four assists and came up with four steals.
Kyle Lowry and Jonas Valanciunas were both fantastic for the Raptors, too. Lowry had another double-double with 20 points and 12 assists, and Valanciunas scored 23 points off the bench.
For the 76ers, Joel Embiid went off in the fourth quarter and finished with 31 points and 11 rebounds. Ben Simmons flirted with another triple-double (11/10/8), but he committed 11 turnovers.
9:59 p.m. - Kyle Lowry makes it a 10-0 run. This one is over.
9:56 p.m. - A clutch performance by Kawhi Leonard. First, he comes up with the steal on Ben Simmons and sets Pascal Siakam up with a layup in transition.
DAGGER pic.twitter.com/1Q4In2gasV- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) October 31, 2018
Then, Leonard hits an open 3-pointer to cap a 7-0 run for the Raptors.
Raptors lead 124-111 with 1:56 to go.
9:52 p.m. - Joel Embiid does it again, this time from the perimeter.
.@joelembiid sinks it from deep. pic.twitter.com/ba81hcWKxg- Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) October 31, 2018
He has 11 points in the fourth quarter and the 76ers find themselves down by only two possessions, 117-111, with 3:14 remaining.
9:51 p.m. - The 76ers won't go away. A Joel Embiid layup cuts Toronto's lead to 117-108.
9:46 p.m. - Danny Green gives the Raptors some breathing room by hitting a 3-pointer in transition. 117-105 with 5:13 to play.
RACK IT UP pic.twitter.com/jXHVLQDjww- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) October 31, 2018
9:40 p.m. - A triple from Robert Covington cuts the Raptors lead to single digits. Then Kyle Lowry responds with a jumper.
114-103 lead for the Raptors with 7:07 to go.
9:32 p.m. - Here come the 76ers. A 8-2 run to start the fourth has them trailing by 13 points with 10:12 to play. The starters are back in for Toronto.
End of 3rd quarter: Raptors 105, 76ers 86
9:28 p.m. - The 76ers close the quarter on an 8-2 run, but the Raptors lead by 19 going into the fourth.
9:23 p.m. - This game might be over. A wide open 3-pointer from Norman Powell puts the Raptors up 101-78.
9:20 p.m. - Make that 11 points in the quarter for Kawhi Leonard. The 76ers have no answer for him.
Spin Cycle: ON pic.twitter.com/9IlCun9MVZ- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) October 31, 2018
9:16 p.m. - Kawhi Leonard is feeling it in the third with nine points. He's up to 21 points on the night.
9:15 p.m. - Pascal Siakam pulled down his 10th rebound with 6:13 to go in the third quarter to give him a double-double.
According to TSN's Josh Lewenberg, Siakam failed to record one double-double in 136 games over his first two seasons. He already has two in eight games this season.
9:13 p.m. - Kawhi Leonard blows past Mike Muscala in isolation and scores a reverse layup to give the Raptors a 20 point lead. Timeout 76ers.
🗣️ ISO pic.twitter.com/QbFRiuKNWj- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) October 31, 2018
9:10 p.m. - Danny Green and Kawhi Leonard look like they've been teammates for years:
Danny visi👁️n pic.twitter.com/VkzphsMmvA- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) October 31, 2018
Oh. Right. They have been.
9:02 p.m. - The Raptors aren't letting up. Pascal Siakam pushes the ball off of a missed shot and finds Serge Ibaka for a dunk to give them a 75-59 lead.
8:55 p.m. - Some more stats for you at the half:
End of 2nd quarter: Raptors 67, 76ers 53
8:47 p.m. - A dominant first half for the Raptors has them leading 67-53 after two.
Offence is clicking. #RTZ- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) October 31, 2018
JV - 15p
Kawhi/Kyle - 12p pic.twitter.com/wg2349GgrN
Jonas Valanciunas continues to lead the way with 15 points off the bench. Kyle Lowry and Kawhi Leonard aren't far behind him with 12 points each.
Defence has been the story of this game for Toronto. Joel Embiid has 13 points and six rebounds, but the Raptors have done a good job on Ben Simmons, forcing him into seven turnovers already.
8:44 p.m. - Wow! What a dunk by Joel Embiid...
.@joelembiid throwing it down. pic.twitter.com/hcEGtedrTT- Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) October 31, 2018
8:32 p.m. - The Raptors sure don't look like they're on the second night of a back-to-back. They currently lead 57-41 with 3:27 to play in the second quarter.
8:27 p.m. - Good news: Kawhi Leonard is checking back into the game with 5:02 to play in the second.
8:25 p.m. - Led by Delon Wright and Jonas Valanciunas, the Raptors' second unit is starting to find its stride.
Delon looks like Delon for the first time this season and, not unrelated, the Raptors were a +8 in 6.5 (mostly) all-bench minutes. Big development for Toronto's struggling 2nd unit.- Josh Lewenberg (@JLew1050) October 31, 2018
8:22 p.m. - It looks like this is the play Kawhi Leonard got hurt on:
Kawhi finds his shooter pic.twitter.com/HvQQQoHwfA- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) October 31, 2018
8:20 p.m. - First timeout of the second quarter.
The Raptors currently lead 46-35 with 6:58 to play. Jonas Valanciunas has a team-high 13 points for Toronto and Mike Muscala has a team-high 11 points for Philadelphia.
The Raptors have done a good job on Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid so far. The dynamic duo have a combined 8 points on 4-for-10 shooting from the field and four turnovers.
8:17 p.m. - It looks like Kawhi Leonard got hit in the eye. He's heading to the locker room.
8:15 p.m. - Jonas Valanciunas struggled against the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday, but he's come out strong against the 76ers. In nine minutes off the bench, he has 13 points on 4-for-6 shooting from the field.
Up- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) October 31, 2018
End of 1st quarter: Raptors 35, 76ers 26
8:09 p.m. - The Raptors close the first quarter on a 9-2 run, pushing their lead to 35-26.
Jonas Valanciunas leads the way for Toronto with eight points off the bench. Kyle Lowry, Kawhi Leonard and Serge Ibaka each have six points.
On the 76ers side, Mike Muscala scored seven quick points off the bench. Ben Simmons has two points, three rebounds and two assists.
8:07 p.m. - The referees call a flagrant foul on Joel Embiid after he catches Jonas Valanciunas with an elbow. Valanciunas drains a couple of free throws and extends the Raptors lead to 30-24 with 1:06 remaining in the quarter.
7:57 p.m. - Raptors call a timeout 3:33 remaining in the first quarter. They currently lead 20-17.
7:55 p.m. - Danny Green with back-to-back steals for the Raptors. Having him on the court with Kawhi Leonard is terrifying defensively.
7:48 p.m. - Kawhi Leonard is doing a little bit of everything right now. He has six points, two steals, two rebounds and one assist in the opening five minutes. Raptors lead 12-11.
In rhythm pic.twitter.com/ADVHrcltew- Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) October 30, 2018
Ben Simmons, meanwhile, is off to a bit of a slow start with three quick turnovers.
7:42 p.m. - Pascal Siakam gets the Raptors on the board with a couple of free throws.
7:35 p.m. - It's almost game time. Let's go!
7:04 p.m. - After sitting out Monday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks due to rest, Kawhi Leonard looks ready to go against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Kawhi Leonard (26.6ppg, 8.0rpg) prepares for tonight's @raptors action, as they look to remain undefeated at home! #WeTheNorth pic.twitter.com/ChrxE0LWPt- NBA (@NBA) October 30, 2018
6:52 p.m. - Ben Simmons, Markelle Fultz, Robert Covington, Dario Saric and Joel Embiid will start for the Philadelphia 76ers.
5:58 p.m. - Kyle Lowry, Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard, Pascal Siakam and Serge Ibaka will start for the Raptors tonight.
Toronto will be without Fred VanVleet (toe) and OG Anunoby (personal reasons).
TSN's Josh Lewenberg got an update from VanVleet on his condition before the game: "I don't know how you sprain a toe, to be honest, but it happened, and here we are."
VanVleet added that it's not believed to be a long-term injury.