MISSISSAUGA, Ontario — Raptors 905 (15-20) dropped its last game before NBA All-Star break, 107-104 to the Stockton Kings (18-15) Wednesday night at Paramount Fine Foods Centre. Isaiah Canaan led all scorers with 23 points, while Robert Franks and Eric Mika posted double-doubles in the victory for Stockton.
Henry Ellenson responded with 19 points for the 905, who had seven players reach double-digit point totals.
The two teams played a tightly contested opening half, with neither gaining a significant advantage, leading to a slight 51-50 lead for the 905 at the break. In the third quarter the 905 would build on its lead, outscoring the Kings 32-23, with Ellenson scoring a quarter-high 10 points.
Stockton utilized a 10-0 run midway through the fourth quarter to pull themselves back within striking distance and an 8-0 run at the 4:35 mark to take the lead. The comeback bid was completed when Hollis Thompson scored four of his 21 points in the final 31 seconds to seal the victory.