Raptors stretch streak to five with rout of struggling Lakers
Kyle Lowry scores 24 points on 8 of 12 shooting in 31 minutes of action for Toronto. AP

THE Raptors stretched their streak tom four with an easy 105-88 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday in Toronto (Saturday, Manila time).

Kyle Lowry scored 24 as the Raptors notched their 13th victory in 19 games.

Norman Powell matched DeMar DeRozan’s 16 points as the Raptors scored their seventh win in 10 home games.

The Lakers, coming off a victory over Chicago, could not get a win run going and absorbed their 11th loss in 21 games.

The last time the Lakers won two straight games was a month ago.

Brandon Ingram led the way with 17 points, the only Laker starter in double figures.

Jordan Clarkson went 4 for 14 and finished with 14 points, while Lou Williams added 13 on 4 for 14 shooting.



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