Raptors 905 (23-16) were unable to overcome a slow start Saturday afternoon, falling 114-106 against the Long Island Nets (23-14) at Paramount Fine Foods Centre.
The 905 found themselves down 8-0 at the first time out and were unable to overcome the Long Island advantage the rest of the game. The Nets limited the 905 to a .389 mark from the field and won the battle in the paint, outscoring the 905 72-48.
Brooklyn Nets assignee Dzanan Musa led a trio of 20+ point performances from Long Island, contributing 25 points. Two-way players Theo Pinson and Alan Williams added 24 and 21 points respectively. The 905 attack was led by Jordan Loyd who scored a game-high 32 points, while adding five rebounds and five assists. Toronto Raptors assignee Chris Boucher added 26 points and 14 rebounds in the 905 defeat.