Taking a double-digit lead into the second half, the Nuggets had an opportunity to pick up a big time road win, while also picking up their sixth-straight win in the process. The Nuggets closed the quarter with a 9-2 run to take a 27-24 advantage into the second.
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Paul George added 17 points for the Thunder, who are 15-3 since losing their first four games. The Nuggets led 86-78 with one quarter to play.
The Raptors shot just 27 per cent form the three-point line, were outscored 23-2 on second-chance points, and were outrebounded 15-7 on the offensive glass.
A three by C.J. Miles brought the sleepy Scotiabank Arena crowd to life, pulling Toronto to within a point with eight minutes to play.
Toronto still maintained the momentum though and tied the game at 94 with 4:40 remaining. Leonard tied the game on a fadeaway jumper with seven seconds left. A Leonard jumper with 54 seconds remaining made the score 101-100 in favor of Toronto and gave the Raptors their first lead of the second half.
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Before the Nuggets could even inbound the ball, the Raptors fouled Jokic to give him one free throw and allowing Denver to maintain possession of the ball.
Julius Randle had 37 points, but the New Orleans Pelicans fell to the Los Angeles Clippers 129-126, with Tobias Harris sinking two free throws at the death to secure the win.
Blake Griffin led Detroit with 20 points.
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