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Siakam scores 44 points, Raptors beat Pelicans 122-104

Seattle Times Saturday, 9 November 2019
Siakam scores 44 points, Raptors beat Pelicans 122-104NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Pascal Siakam matched his career high with 44 points, and the Toronto Raptors beat the New Orleans Pelicans 122-104 on Friday night. Toronto used a 45-point second quarter to take control of the game and improved to 6-2. The Pelicans slipped to 1-7. The Raptors won in dominant fashion despite starting […]
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