The Toronto Raptors won their game against the New York Knicks last night 128 – 92.
According to Raptors Republic, Toronto was able to dominate all four quarters of the match.
They started strong with 38 points, and kept the lead by more than 10 points for the rest of the game.
Fred VanVleet replaced Kawhi Leonard in the starting lineup and took 8 points and 6 assists across a whole quarter.
Kyle Lowry suffered an ankle injury that ejected him from the game, but he didn’t believe it was serious enough to cost the next few games.