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Toronto Raptors vs. Brooklyn Nets: Live score, updates, news, stats and highlights

The Toronto Raptors have now won four games in a row.

Despite a slow start, the Raptors came charging back behind the play of their star players to flip the game around and defeat the Brooklyn Nets.

If you missed any of the action, we had you covered with live updates, highlights and more from this contest.

Toronto Raptors vs. Brooklyn Nets: Live score, updates, news, stats and highlights

Final: Raptors 114, Nets 103

The Raptors completed their comeback victory to extend their winning streak to four games. What a difference having your stars in the lineup makes, as Pascal Siakam, OG Anunoby, Kyle Lowry and Fred VanVleet all stepped up in a big way to alter the outcome.

Siakam finished with 27 points, nine rebounds and six assists, OG Anunoby had 25 points, Fred VanVleet added 17 points and five assists and Kyle Lowry finished with a strong 14 points, seven rebounds and five assists. In the end, that foursome was too much for Kyrie Irving and the Nets to handle. Irving had a stellar outing of 28 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists, but there wasn't much help elsewhere. Bruce Brown had a huge game of 21 points and 14 rebounds, but Joe Harris only scored two points after the first quarter and Landry Shamet shot 3-for-17 from the field.

The Nets have cut the deficit to just six points with under two minutes to play, but the Raptors remain in the lead 107-101.

The Raptors hold a double-digit lead, up 106-95 with under four minutes to go.

Chris Boucher landed awkwardly going for a rebound and has left the game. The Raptors announced he will not return to the game with a knee sprain.

End of third quarter: Raptors 92, Nets 81

The Raptors have outscored the Nets by 24 points over the last two quarters, completely shifting momentum as they take an 11-point lead into the final quarter. OG Anunoby's 25 points leads the way, but Pascal Siakam is also making a major impact with 19 points, six rebounds and four assists. Kyle Lowry and Fred VanVleet are both starting to find their shooting touch and reserve big man Freddie Gillespie has been stifling shots at the rim with three blocks.

Kyrie Irving is doing it all for Brooklyn with 19 points, nine rebounds and eight assists but he needs some help. Joe Harris has 14 points, but 12 of those came in the first few minutes of the first quarter. The only other Nets player in double figures is Bruce Brown, who has 11 points and 10 rebounds off the bench.

OG Anunoby is completely taking over this game as the Raptors take an 87-72 lead with 4:39 to play in the third. Anunoby is up to 25 points to lead Toronto on a huge run to flip the game on its head. Kyle Lowry and Fred VanVleet are both catching fire as well, knocking down three and four 3s, respectively.

OG oh my! OG Anunoby throws it down in transition.

Halftime: Nets 58, Raptors 56

After a slow offensive start, the Raptors came charging back in the second quarter to bring the game within two points at the half.

3-point shooting made all the difference for Toronto in the second frame, going 6-for-10 from long range after shooting just 2-for-13 from 3 in the first quarter. It was a team effort as nine different players scored in the quarter, headlined by Fred VanVleet's six points on two 3s.

OG Anunoby leads all Raptors with 14 points, while Pascal Siakam has chipped in 11. They'll have to find a way to contain Kyrie Irving in the second half, as the All-Star guard has a near-triple-double of 12 points, eight assists and seven rebounds at the break.

End of first quarter: Nets 36, Raptors 23

The Nets used a 9-0 run to extend their lead to 34-21 with under two minutes to play in the frame. Kyrie Irving is heating up with 10 points, six assists and four rebounds, knocking down four of his five shot attempts thus far. For the Raptors, OG Anunoby has a team-high eight points, but the team is struggling to come up with stops on defence.

The Nets lead the Raptors 18-11 at the first stoppage in play. Sharpshooter Joe Harris has his jumper on the mark early in this one with 12 quick points going 4-for-4 from 3.


The Raptors will start Kyle Lowry, Fred VanVleet, OG Anunoby, Pascal Siakam and Khem Birch.

The Nets will start Kyrie Irving, Landry Shamet, Joe Harris, Jeff Green and Blake Griffin.

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