Pascal Siakam scored 44 points as the Toronto Raptors defeated the New Orleans Pelicans on Friday.
Siakam initially scored 44 points as his career-high against the Washington Wizards in mid-March of this year.
Siakam also recorded a double-double against New Orleans as he grabbed 10 rebounds.
OG Anunoby scored 21 points and had seven rebounds. Norman Powell scored 18 points off the bench. Fred VanVleet had 12.
Coach Nick Nurse had to run a deep squad rotation because Kyle Lowry and Serge Ibaka both suffered injuries in the first half.
Here are the details on their injuries:
Brandon Ingram led the Pelicans with 27 points. Jrue Holiday scored 16.
Toronto native Nickeil Alexander-Walker scored 13, and Frank Jackson also scored 13.
Former G-League MVP and defensive player of the year Chris Boucher will be a player that will see more minutes with the injury to Ibaka.
The Raptors scored 75 points in the first half , the most that the franchise has scored in the first half of a game since March 2018.
The Raptors will play LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday at Staples Center.
Tip-off is set for 9:30 p.m.
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