October 20, 2021

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NBA: Kyle Lowry did not attend, but the Raptors won by 144 points

NBA: Kyle Lowry did not attend, but the Raptors won by 144 points

This success makes Toronto Raptors good.

The Raptors’ offense against the Sacramento Kings erupted in a 144-123 victory on Friday, despite it being without Kyle Lowry.

Lori was not with her colleagues for this meeting for personal reasons. The team record for 144 points scored per game ended during control.

This gain from the Canadian team would have prevented them from finishing last in the standings at the Eastern Conference, while the Washington Wizards and Detroit Pistons have a 2-7 record.

In the absence of Lori, Fred Vanville took charge with 34 points and seven assists. Quebec Chris Boucher also doubled with 23 points and 10 rebounds.

Norman Powell had 22 points, while Siacom came close to treble with 17 points, nine rebounds and 11 assists.

After scoring only 43 points in the first quarter, the Raptors turned the tide to avoid a fourth consecutive loss.

In the Kings, D’Aron Fox finished his night with 23 points, while Harrison Burns was at 21 points.