The Toronto Raptors are coming off a big victory against the Utah Jazz with Pascal Siakiam throwing up 35 points or 63% at 14 for 22 from the field for Toronto. Spicy P was 5 for 9 beyond the arch. And 100% on free throws. Spicy definitely gave the performance wanted after his less than ideal performance against the Orlando Magic the game before.
The Raptors beat a franchise-best during the first half bringing in 77 points. Pascal Siakam, Marc Gasol, and Normen Powell leading the points scored during this time each scoring 23 points, 11 points, and 11 points respectively.
The Raptors head into a home game against Miami Heat on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 at Rogers Center in Toronto.
Miami Heat is tied in the eastern conference for third place against the Boston Celtics both boasting a 14-5 record. Toronto Raptors holding the eastern conference 2nd place position. This match will be one to win for sure for the Toronto Raptors to retain that positioning within the conference.
Overall the Miami Heat is 6th in the NBA while Toronto is 4th. We will be keeping a close eye on this matchup and bringing you live updates as they come up till and during the game.
Kyle Lowry #7 for the Toronto Raptors is expected to be back in the starting lineup during this game. He was expected back during the Jazz game but was listed as doubtful to allow for further performance testing. Lowry was injured in a Pelicans matchup earlier in November.