Williams, Lowry lead Raptors past Magic
TORONTO (AP) -- Lou Williams scored 18 points, Kyle Lowry had 17 and the Toronto Raptors won their 10th straight game over the Orlando Magic, 95-82 Monday night.
Amir Johnson scored 11 points and Patrick Patterson had 10 for the Raptors, who improved to 11-1 this season against opponents with losing records. This was Toronto's third of six straight games against teams below .500.
Tobias Harris scored 18 points, Ben Gordon had 16, Nikola Vucevic had 13 and Victor Oladipo 12 for the Magic, who have not won in Toronto since March. 26, 2012.
Toronto boosted its Eastern Conference-leading record to 19-6 and won its third straight overall, it's longest streak since a six-game run from Nov. 15 to 26.
Orlando trailed 71-65 to start the fourth but used a 7-0 run, including 3-pointers by Evan Fournier and Channing Frye, to make it 74-72 at 9:28
James Johnson and Patterson each scored four points as the Raptors answered with a 12-0 run, opening an 86-72 lead with 6:00 remaining.
Toronto led 24-14 after a jumper by Lowry at 3:38 of the first, but the Magic cut the deficit to 28-25 after one.
Harris tied it 42-all on a pair of free throws at 5:01 of the second, then capped a personal 8-0 run with a jumper at 3:55, putting Orlando up 44-42. Harris and Gordon each scored eight points in the second and Toronto didn't make a field goal after Tyler Hansbrough's hook shot at 6:52 as the Magic took a 52-44 lead at halftime.
Lowry scored five points as the Raptors reeled off a 7-0 run in the first 90 seconds of the third quarter, cutting the deficit to one. Lowry scored eight points in the third and Toronto connected on five of 10 from 3-point range to take a 71-65 lead into the fourth.
Magic: Twelve of Orlando's 19 turnovers came in the second half. ... Fournier had to be helped to the locker room with a towel over his mouth after he was accidentally elbowed by Hansbrough in the second quarter. Fournier needed stitches to close a cut on his lip but returned midway through the third. He finished with 11 points. ... Orlando extended its streak of games with at least one 3-pointer to 601. The streak began on March. 17, 2007.
Raptors: Toronto had more 3-pointers (11) than made free throws (10). ... This was the second of Toronto's sixth pair of back-to-back games this season. They're 4-2 in those games. ... The Raptors are 11-0 when holding their opponent below 100 points. ... Toronto is 12-3 at home.
Magic: At Celtics on Wednesday.
Raptors: Host Nets on Wednesday.