As I said when we were here last time and they beat us, this team can beat anyone here. No matter what the goals are like looking at young players and all that other stuff, we can’t fall for that.” The Raptors got the message, and the Knicks played their part – fail while trying hard – perfectly as Toronto was able to head into the first of two off-nights in New York City with a never-really-in-doubt 132-16 win in their pockets. “It was the perfect example of one,” said Raptors guard Fred Van Vleet, who finished with 11 points on five shots in 16 minutes coming off the bench.
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It was kind of a back-and-forth, grind-it-out first half and then we were able to pull away in the second half.
If you want to win championships you have to be able to get through any type of game, any type of situation and that’s what we were able to do today.” With the win the Raptors improved their record to 49-17 while dropping the Knicks to 24-43 and — after the Boston Celtics’ loss to the Indiana Pacers – improved Toronto’s lead atop the Eastern Conference standings to 3.5 games.
“We talked about it this morning for a long time,” said Casey.