TORONTO (AP) — Landry Fields scored 15 points, and Kyle Lowry had 14 points and six assists in his Raptors debut to help Toronto beat the Washington Wizards 104-101 in exhibition play Wednesday night.
Lowry started after missing the first three games of the exhibition schedule — and a good chunk of Toronto’s training camp in Halifax, Nova Scotia — because of a groin injury. The point guard scored Toronto’s first points of the game off a steal and a drive in front of a crowd that included Jon Bon Jovi and former Raptors star Tracy Murray.
Toronto’s Andrea Bargnani left the game with a left calf contusion in the third quarter.
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