Toronto Raptors vs. New York Knicks: Postgame Grades and Analysis

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Toronto Raptors vs. New York Knicks: Postgame Grades and Analysis
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Alan Anderson came off the bench to score 26 points.

The Toronto Raptors scored a big victory on the road over a struggling Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks. Little about the game was pretty, but the hot shooting of Alan Anderson and John Lucas III off the bench compensated for the ejection of Kyle Lowry and Rudy Gay having a 4-of-21 shooting night.

Gay's sub-25 percent shooting was emblematic of the first quarter, in which the Raptors shot 17 percent from the floor through the first 10.5 minutes of the quarter, while the Knicks were 26 percent at that juncture.

The offense picked up as the game went on, but Gay continued to struggle and the Knicks were unable to get any of their scorers going except J.R. Smith.

Let's evaluate the individual performance of the starters from tonight and dish out some game grades.

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