Raptors trounce Heat and tie record in the process

For the Toronto Raptors on Sunday, they put their best up for show on the road when they dominated the Miami Heat 125-104. The Raptors also tied a franchise-high 21 3-pointers to help with the win.

Point guard Kyle Lowry put up 24 points to go along with 10 assists and forward Pascal Siakam scored 20 points to help push the lead.

The Raptors bench players chipped in there two cents as Jeremy Lin and OG Anunoby each recorded 11 points while guard Norman Powell added 15 points.

“The body was warm. It definitely helps.”

After the game, Lowry commented on why the team was to successful, he said “Good weather. The body was warm. It definitely helps… but we just came out with a composed mentality. We knew who we’re going up against, and those guys are hard to play.”

After two tough losses to Houston and Detroit the Raptors bounced back as they start their road trip with a win in south beach.

-Connor Gunn

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