Raptors Win Fifth Game In A Row
DeMar DeRozan nailed a jumper and the go-ahead free-throw with 26 seconds left in overtime to give the Raptors a 114-113 win over the Nets in Brooklyn.
DeRozan finished with 35 points for Toronto, which has won five straight and 11 of its last 13.
The Raptors own the second-best record in the Eastern Conference at 28-and-10.
Spencer Dinwiddie, who missed the potential game-winning layup in the closing seconds of OT, finished with 31 points for Brooklyn.
The Nets have dropped two straight and six of their last nine to fall to 15-and-25 overall.