coach Nick Nurse said afterward.

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 … The lackadaisical defending and sloppy backcourt turnovers said everything about the Toronto Raptors' exhibition finale. Bring on … . Toronto Raptors - Kyle Lowry and Marc Gasol (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images)Toronto Raptors – Kyle Lowry and Marc Gasol (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images)The Raptors started the game off slow allowing the Suns to take advantage and jump out to an early lead which they only relinquished once throughout the game. "[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. Ibaka scores 18 points, Raptors beat Rockets in scrimmage More than four months after COVID-19 shut down the NBA, the Toronto Raptors took up where they left off — with a victory. LAKE BUENA VISTA, FLA.—The weary-looking Toronto Raptors dropped a 117-106 decision to the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday, suffering their only loss … The scoreboard for the TV broadcast at times showed the incorrect score, or disappeared altogether, and the referees had shot-clock issues.In a state reeling from the coronavirus — Florida reported another 9,000 new cases on Tuesday — Disney World's NBA campus is a unique view of sports' return to action. ""Right after the game ended," said Norman Powell, who had 14 points off the bench. 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. Raptors can’t muster up energy to compete with Suns, drop final scrimmage 117-106 The Raptors look like they’re about ready to leave this whole scrimmage business behind. Mikal Bridges had another huge game and has arguably been the MVP of the scrimmage season. A Lowry three-pointer capped a 7-0 Raptors run and pulled Toronto to within four points late in the half. Bring on the real games.Marc Gasol's three early in the third gave Toronto its first lead of the game — 73-72 — but it was short-lived as the Suns outscored the Raptors 25-7 to end of the quarter and led 97-86 with one quarter left.Weary Raptors close out scrimmage schedule with loss to SunsPhoenix defeats Toronto 117-106, Mikal Bridges game-high 26 points.The champs are back: Leaner Raptors focusing on another title runRaptors head coach Nick Nurse is encouraging Americans that live in Canada to vote in the upcoming election, says he's proud about his team's support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

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. "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. "So just not very engaged and that's it. "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.

Bench players have their own seats with name tags that are spread over three rows. "I think we've gone one too far with these . The weary-looking Toronto Raptors dropped a 117-106 decision to the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday, suffering their only loss in three scrimmages in the … That's not a bad characteristic. The Raptors open the eight-game seeding round on Saturday versus the Los Angeles Lakers, their first real game since March 9, two days before the NBA shut down due to COVID-19.The Raptors, who were second in the Eastern Conference (46-18) when the league suspended play, have the toughest schedule of the restart, including games against Milwaukee, Philadelphia, Boston and Miami. . 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). It's real come Saturday so we can't focus too much on this one.

"I think I'm glad there isn't any more of these, right?"

The Phoenix Suns took down the Toronto Raptors in their final bubble scrimmage game by a score of 117-106. The Phoenix Suns closed out their scrimmage schedule on Tuesday afternoon with a 117-106 win over the Toronto Raptors in the NBA bubble.

Certainly [based on] our mindset or the way we played tonight. The Toronto Raptors played their third scrimmage game against the Phoenix Suns where they fell 117- 106 in what was a sloppy outing for the Raptors. A virtual ad flickered on the court briefly in Tuesday's game. "The Raptors habitually follow up a bad game with a good one — and the next game means significantly more. 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