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Raptors, Lowry try to keep it going vs. Trail Blazers
PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Toronto Raptors are hoping that Kyle Lowry's performance in a 113-93 rout of the Golden State Warriors Wednesday night at Oracle Arena signals the end to a mini-slump by the All-Star point guard.
Lowry totaled 23 points, 12 assists, five rebounds and three steals to help the Raptors (23-7) improve their NBA-best record. It was especially important since Toronto forward Kawhi Leonard missed his second straight game with a bruised right hip.
"Him being out (means) a lot of things have to go through other people, and guys usually step up," said Lowry, who will be in action Friday night when the Raptors take on the Portland Trail Blazers (15-13) at Moda Center. "I have been here a long time, and we have always said, 'Next man up.' That's how we've always treated everything."MORE
|9/19/2018||Eric Moreland||Signed as Free Agent|
|12/12/2018||Jonas Valanciunas||Dislocated left thumb|
|12/11/2018||Kawhi Leonard||Bruised right hip|
|11/7/2018||Norman Powell||Left shoulder strain|