Raptors star Leonard to miss second straight game with sore ankle

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Even going beyond this belief that Leonard prefers the Clippers between the two Staples Center teams, things are going awfully well in Toronto. It was just one of those games where everything that could possibly go right for the Raptors went right.

Leonard sat out Sunday night in Los Angeles after jamming his toe at the end of Friday night's win in Phoenix - Laker fans did not get to make their "we love you, come here" pitch during the game.

OG Anunoby has started both games in Leonard's spot. They have four consecutive wins and in their last game they won on the road against the Jazz with a 124-111 score, beating the odds.

LeBron James scored 28 points as the Los Angeles Lakers snapped a 16-game losing streak to the Portland Trail Blazers by holding on for a 114-110 win on Saturday night. Their opponent Wednesday night, the Toronto Raptors, are though.

Two seconds later, Kyle Korver turned the ball over, and Evan Fournier made one of two free throws to tie the game after he was fouled at the basket with 13 seconds remaining. We were complaining a little early on and then we just stopped complaining and started playing.

Some of the top Vegas and offshore sportsbooks odds are updated in real time and we also provide who the public is on. "At the point of attack we allowed them to get where they wanted to go, however they wanted to go to start the game".

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On the season, the Kings are shooting 39.9 per cent from three-point range and 49.7 per cent from the field, figures that rank second only to the might Golden State Warriors.

In those two seasons that saw the Raptors only lose to the Kings, it was a Dwane Casey-coached bunch that had a tendency to play down to the level of its competition. Lowry contributed a 15-point, 12-rebound double-double to a 102-87 win at Sacramento last December. He is averaging 26.1 PPG, 7.6 RPG, 3.4 APG, 0.6 BPG, and 2 SPG so far this season. And indeed both very well could be on new teams next year.

The only players on Sacramento who have been set up more by Fox are Nemanja Bjelica and Willie Cauley-Stein.

Elsewhere, Giannis Antetokounmpo finished with a triple double as the Milwaukee Bucks continued their best National Basketball Association start to a season by dominating the Sacramento Kings 144-109. He did that in Salt Lake City and decided against playing.

The Kings, now 5-4, haven't had a home game since beating Washington 116-112 on October 26.

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