Raptors win three in a row as they defeat Minnesota:

The Toronto Raptors made it three wins in a row after defeating the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday night. Toronto had just come off back to back wins against the Milwaukee Bucks.

Going into halftime the Raptors were leading by 19 points but that all changed in the second half, as Jake Layman scored on a dunk and a three-point shot. With that the game was tied at 57 a piece.

Minnesota managed to pulled ahead of Toronto briefly as they led 81-75 with 3:30 left in the game. But Raptors Guard Steady Freddy VanVleet took over and scored two crucial free-throws for the Raptors. Norman Powell who finished the night with the night with a career high 31 point chipped in with a layup.

Things got a little chippy as the game came to a close, both teams were called for some questionable fouls. But regardless the Raptors got the victory and are now at 500 with a record of 15-15.

Minnesota on the other game had a decent game, but came up just a little short.

Next for the Raptors is a match-up against Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday night. Can the Raptors make it four in a row? Tune in to find out.

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