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Who was the most valuable Raptor in Toronto's comeback win over the Atlanta Hawks?

Pascal Siakam, Norman Powell and Fred VanVleet (NBAE/Getty Images)

Short-handed once again, the Toronto Raptors moved to 11-4 on the 2019-20 season with a 119-116 win over the Atlanta Hawks.

It was almost a tale of two halves as Toronto entered the break trailing by nine points. In the final two quarters, the Raptors outscored the Hawks 67-55, thanks largely in part to Pascal Siakam, who scored 22 points in the second half.

Siakam finished the night with a game-high 34 points (on 11-for-18 shooting) to go along with four rebounds and three assists. His scoring night paced the Raptors, who also enjoyed big nights from Fred VanVleet (25 points, nine assists, three rebounds) and Norman Powell, who scored 20 points (on 8-for-15 shooting), grabbed three rebounds and dished out an assist as well.

Also contributing to the cause was reserve big man Chris Boucher, who came off the bench to score 13 points and grab eight rebounds (four offensive) in 15 minutes. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson made his presence felt off the bench as well with seven points and nine rebounds (four offensive) and four assists in the game.

With that in mind, you decide: Which Raptor deserves player of the game honours based on their performance vs. Hawks?

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