Montrealers Chris Boucher and Lugentz Dort fought a fierce duel. The Toronto Raptors played against the Oklahoma City Thunder at Amalie Stadium on Sunday night. The victory was 112-106.
Both were particularly effective in the first quarter, scoring 17 and 21 points respectively. These are also two beauty summits of a beauty contest.
Khem Birch, also from the Quebec Metropolis, won the Raptors with seven points and six rebounds. He also created a screen that enabled Boucher to get a crucial three-pointer later in the game.
In the fight to enter the playoffs, the Raptors had to be without Kyle Lowry, Fred Van Flett, Pascal Seacam and Ogg Anunobi.
For its part, the Thunder dropped the flag for the 10th consecutive game. In addition, Dott is the only 20-point milestone player in the Oklahoma State team to beat the Raptors.