The Knicks lived by the three pointer and died by the three pointer. As they lost 100-83 to the Toronto Raptors, mainly because of 3 for 36 shooting from behind the three point line.
The Raptors was lead by Kyle Lowry who scored 25 points and passed out 7 seven assists. Aron Baynes added 20 points 7 rebounds and Normal Powell chipped in 17 points.
The win gives the Toronto Raptors, their first win of the season, plus snapped a two game winning streak the Knicks was on.
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