A virtual ad flickered on the court briefly in Tuesday's game. The main story of this game was the 28 turnovers the Raptors committed that allowed the Suns to score 26 points off those costly errors.Credit to the Suns for coming out and playing hard they executed their offense very efficiently and capitalized on the Raptors many mistakes. ""Right after the game ended," said Norman Powell, who had 14 points off the bench. Pseudonyms will no longer be permitted.By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses. coach Nick Nurse said afterward.
Kyle Lowry had 11 points, seven assists, and took a couple of charges.Mikal Bridges had 26 points to top the Suns, while Ricky Rubio chipped in with 22.Playing their third game in five days, and coming off an unheard-of four-month layoff due to COVID-19, the defending NBA champions were both sloppy and a step behind the Suns (26-39), who are 13th in the Western Conference.Toronto trailed 35-29 after one quarter. The lackadaisical defending and sloppy backcourt turnovers said everything about the Toronto Raptors' exhibition finale.The weary-looking Raptors dropped a 117-106 decision to the Phoenix Suns — who have the worst record of the 22 teams at Walt Disney World — on Tuesday, suffering their only loss in three scrimmages in the NBA's restart. "I think I'm glad there isn't any more of these, right?"
"But it's OK. BOX SCORE: Suns 117, Raptors 106 The weary-looking Raptors dropped a 117-106 decision to the Phoenix Suns — who have the worst record of the 22 teams at … Pascal Siakam led the Raptors with 17 points in his 25 minutes of play, but it wasn't enough to defeat the Phoenix Suns. The Toronto Raptors are the final (and hardest) squad that the Phoenix Suns will have to go through to end their scrimmages. Previous matchups against the Suns were…..very favorable for the Raptors, as they won both rather handily. The scoring staff is protected behind a plexiglass window.
Players are tested daily.A variety of newsletters you'll love, delivered straight to you.To encourage thoughtful and respectful conversations, first and last names will appear with each submission to CBC/Radio-Canada's online communities (except in children and youth-oriented communities). "We must have had eight turnovers in the backcourt, which is just strange, you have one or two of those every two months normally," Nurse said. "Pascal Siakam had 17 points, while Fred VanVleet, who was back after missing most of Sunday's scrimmage with a minor knee injury, had 13. "The Raptors beat Portland 94-83 in their first scrimmage, then downed Portland 110-104.The scrimmages weren't just a warmup for players and coaches, it was a chance for the league and broadcasters to work out some glitches in these unprecedented circumstances.
"[I've] always said that we tend to kind of use up a lot of bad play in one game sometimes and we usually respond really well, which ... is good. The Suns took a 66-60 advantage into the break.Nurse went to his bench in the fourth and the Raptors never threatened.Turnovers cost Toronto — the Raptors committed 28 to the Suns' 19. Recap: Suns take down Raptors in scrimmage finale, 117-106 New, 91 comments Phoenix hung on to win against a good Toronto team in their final scrimmage … We'll never pass along your email address to spammers, scammers, or the like.Your favorite teams, topics, and players all on your favorite mobile devices.Powered by Minute Media © 2020 All Rights Reserved.3 Important Free Agents the Toronto Raptors Need to Lock up A Lowry three-pointer capped a 7-0 Raptors run and pulled Toronto to within four points late in the half. . It's real come Saturday so we can't focus too much on this one. Pascal Siakam had 17 … The weary-looking Raptors dropped a 117-106 decision to the Phoenix Suns — who have the worst record of the 22 teams at Walt Disney World — … The Suns led by as many as 19 points against the defending NBA champion Raptors, who went 2-0 against them in the regular season.. Mikal Bridges scored a … Bench players have their own seats with name tags that are spread over three rows.
"We'll obviously talk about it and about how we can improve and get better, but we take it for what it is and move on to the next one.
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Toronto Raptors lose final scrimmage in bubble 117-106 to Phoenix Suns By The Canadian Press Tue., July 28, 2020 timer 2 min.
"We try to play the same way, no matter what time [of day], who we are playing and where, but we all know that that's not really the reality," Nurse said of Tuesday's loss.
Comments on this story are moderated according to ourIt is a priority for CBC to create a website that is accessible to all Canadians including people with visual, hearing, motor and cognitive challenges.Closed Captioning and Described Video is available for many CBC shows offered onThe weary-looking Toronto Raptors dropped a 117-106 decision to the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday, suffering their only loss in three scrimmages in the NBA's restart.They're tired of scrimmages. "We'll take the learning and see how we can get better for the actual seeding games and get ready for the real deal. "I think we've gone one too far with these . Certainly [based on] our mindset or the way we played tonight. The Raptors started the game off slow allowing the Suns … . Listen, we didn't have a lot of great, engaged play tonight, and it showed up in transition defence and contesting shots and missed assignments and things like that, but it's so meaningless that you can kind of wash it away pretty quick.