Philadelphia 76ers vs. Toronto Raptors: Live Score, Results and Game Highlights
Can the Sixers extend their win streak to three games? Can the Raptors win their second game (!) of the season? These simple questions will all be answered at the end of tonight's Sixers/Raptors matchup.
The Sixers are 4-2 without Andrew Bynum.
Not many people expected this type of start from the Sixers without Bynum. Spencer Hawes have stepped up in Bynum's absence; if he can keep it up and if Evan Turner can keep up the solid play the Sixers look to be in good shape.
The Raptors in short just need Kyle Lowry. He brings the toughness and tenacity the team needs.
DeMar Derozan has still not earned that contract extension that he signed a week ago.
Final score: Sixers 93, Raptors 83
The Sixers played solid defense throughout this game but the Raptors had decent shots and just couldn't knock them down.
The Raptors are shooting 37% from the field.
36 seconds left.
Score: Sixers 92, Raptors 80
Only positive for Raps fans:
Ross with another three. The positive of these gross games is Ross getting time on the floor and becoming comfortable w/ speed of NBA game.— Holly MacKenzie (@stackmack) November 11, 2012
Score: Sixers 88, Raptors 74
Nick Young with the deep 3 aka "The nail in the coffin."
Young has 16 points off the bench.
Score: Sixers 86, Raptors 70
DeMar Derozan is having a rough fourth quarter. Thought he should have gotten a foul call the last two trips down the court.
Just earned a technical for complaining.
This game looks to be over already.
3:46 left in the 4th quarter.
Score: Sixers 84, Raptors 69
Spencer Hawes has a double double: 12 points, 11 rebounds.
Dorrell Wright leads the Sixers in scoring with 15.
Andrea Bargnani leads the Raptors with 21 points.
12 point game - Score: Sixers 77, Raptors 65
The Raptors are just getting killed on the boards tonight! 36 - 29 in favor of the Sixers.
The Sixers have 9 offensive rebounds so far.
Lead is back to double digits for the Sixers.
Score: Sixers 72, Raptors 63
Tough luck for the Raptors, as the injury keeps mounting.
And now Alan Anderson is down with an ankle injury of some sort.— Eric Koreen (@ekoreen) November 11, 2012
Alan Anderson down and he's being helped off the court by Aaron Gray and JV and heading straight to the locker room. Not good.— Holly MacKenzie (@stackmack) November 11, 2012
Score: Sixers 69, Raptors 62
The second quarter seems to have been an anomaly from the Sixers as they are missing a lot of open shots in the third.
The Raptors have clawed their way back in the game.
Score: Sixers 69, Raptors 60
Nick Young just hit a Nick Young shot.
HAHAHAHAHAHAH Swaggy just leaned into some contact on a three, got fouled, and made it. No arc. So much swag.— Michael Levin (@Michael_Levin) November 11, 2012
Refs check the instant replay and call it a two since Young's toe was on the line.
Score: Sixers 67, Raptors 55
The Raptors are staying in a zone on defense.
The Sixers are getting plenty of open looks but can't make anything in the third.
Are the Raptors back in this game?
Score: Sixers 64, Raptors 52
10-point game here in Toronto. JV and Bargnani providing a boost.— Holly MacKenzie (@stackmack) November 11, 2012
Sixers 59, Raptors 49
Slam dunk by Jonas!
Raptors are picking things up.
Lead down to 13. A bit of a push back by the Raptors, although Philadelphia seems to be just flat dropping the ball a lot.— Eric Koreen (@ekoreen) November 11, 2012
Score: Sixers 57, Raptors 44
Raptors start the second quarter...poorly. Turning the ball over and letting the Sixers grab offensive rebounds.
Score: Sixers 57, Raptors 40
"We just gotta get our mojo back." - Coach Dwayne Casey
Kudos to the Sixers for basically picking up from where they left off last night. They are mainly shooting jumpers so its hard to say how long their high scoring ways will last.
The Raptors are playing hard on defense and are taking decent shots on offense but just can't make anything. Hopefully their luck will change in the second half but they really need Kyle Lowry to get back from his injury.
Score at the half: Sixers 52, Raptors 33
From the Twitter-sphere:
So, the Raps cured their horrendous first quarter…by having a horrendous second quarter instead. WOMP…WOMP…WOMP.— Holly MacKenzie (@stackmack) November 11, 2012
SIXERS WON Q2 32-7. I can almost hear Tom McGinnis on The Fanatic and Sixers Radio Network saying this "ARE YOU KIDDING ME?"— Adam Aron (@SixersCEOAdam) November 11, 2012
Halftime score: Sixers 52, Raptors 33
The Sixers are just rolling in the second quarter; they have outscored the Raptors 32-7 this quarter!
The Raptors are shooting 29%. Welp!
Home crowd boos them off as the game heads to the half.
Score: Sixers 52, Raptors 33
The Raptors have switched their defense up and are playing zone. Trying to stop Philly's offense any way they can.
Raptors going zone. Interesting to see how the new good-shooting Sixers do against a zone.— Michael Levin (@Michael_Levin) November 11, 2012
Score: Sixers 47, Raptors 33
Turnover after turnover for the Raptors.
6 turnovers in the second quarter!
Sixers are taking advantage and may blow this game wide open this quarter.
Sixers outscoring Raps 25-5 this q. RT @olearychris: Raptors have fallen into a camouflage vortex in the second quarter, down 14 now.— James Herbert (@outsidethenba) November 11, 2012
Score: Sixers 45, Raptors 31
Looks to be one of those nights for Nick Young as he is making everything.
11 points in only 9 minutes.
Score: Sixers 36, Raptors 29
Largest lead for the Sixers.
Extended rest for Jrue Holiday, at least compared to first 5 games.Could probably use it.Was struggling in first quarter.— Derek Bodner (@derekbodner) November 11, 2012
Spencer Hawes on pace to get a double double tonight.
10 points and 6 rebounds for Hawes.
Score still tied: Sixers 29, Raptors 29
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