A recap of last night's Toronto/New Orleans game.
|It was a valid effort, but the Toronto Raptors fell short as the team lost 120-116 to the New Orleans Pelicans for the second time this season.
The Pelicans dominated the first half.
Toronto picked up the pace in the second half and went ahead.
The Raptor's defence was strong, but was unable to contain Brandon Ingram in the end as he finished the night with 31 points.
Offensively, Toronto was better in field goal range, barely missing a shot.
Raptor's head coach, Nick Nurse thought his team did a better job of attacking the rim.
Unfortunately, the Pelicans scored enough points in the fourth quarter to win the game.
Raptor's Fred VanVleet scored 27 points last night.
Toronto hosts the Boston Celtics tomorrow night.