The Toronto Raptors have rewritten the history books.
With a 130-77 victory over the Golden State Warriors, Toronto has now registered the largest margin of victory in franchise history, breaking a record set a little over one year prior.
How does it measure against other big wins in the franchise's history? Take a look at the three largest wins the Raptors have ever registered.
1. April 2, 2021 - Toronto Raptors 130, Golden State Warriors 77
Leading scorer: Pascal Siakam - 36 PTS, 7 REB, 5 AST
One stat to know: Gary Trent Jr. was a franchise-record plus-54 in the box score, surpassing a record previously held by Mark Jackson.
2. Feb. 23, 2020 - Toronto Raptors 127, Indiana Pacers 81
Leading scorer: Pascal Siakam - 21 PTS,
One stat to know: In a wire-to-wire victory, the Raptors recorded nine steals (led by five from Kyle Lowry), which led to 17 turnovers.
3. Dec. 3, 2016 - Toronto Raptors 128, Atlanta Hawks 84
Leading scorer: DeMar DeRozan - 21 PTS, 4 AST 3 REB
One stat to know: The Hawks trailed by 16 points before being outscored 42-14 in the fourth quarter.
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