The Spurs lost a close one, despite having a 44-48 lead halftime, with both teams shooting above 50%. However, Ray Allen's shot was off, but Kawhi Leonard and Maccallum made up for it from deep. Nothing could help Tim Duncan missing a layup, though.
The Raptors ran away in the 3rd quarter, 31-22, which is usually San Antonio's forte, gaining a 16-pt lead due to sudden awful shooting by Spurs. Kawhi Leonard (5 fouls, 18 points) and Danny Green made it worse with foul trouble. The Spurs made a run in the 4th to trim the lead within single digits, but 15-45 from 3PT left much to be desired.
Kyle Lowry had 20 points and 12 assists and Derozan overcame tough defense for 20 as well. Former Spur, Luis Scola, had 13 in the win.