2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
58-24, 1st in Atlantic
T-Mac: Kawhi could stay in Toronto if they reach NBA Finals (1:34)
Kawhi goes off for 37 as Raptors bounce back in Game 2 (1:34)

Leonard scores 37, Lowry has 22 as Raptors rout Magic 111-82

Kawhi Leonard scored 37 points, Kyle Lowry bounced back from a scoreless playoff opener with 22 and the Toronto Raptors routed the Orlando Magic 111-82 on Tuesday night, evening their Eastern Conference first-round series at one win apiece.

Kawhi splits Magic defense for dunk (0:21)

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Toronto wanted to get more penetration and ball reversals in Game 2 to decongest the half-court against Orlando's long defense. So far, they've been successful. The Raptors lead the Magic 66-47 four minutes into the second half. Kyle Lowry has bounced back from a scoreless Game 1 with 15 points. Kawhi Leonard continues to hum along at maximum efficiency -- 27 points (11 for 13 from the field).

Siakam flushes fast-break dunk (0:15)

Upset? Reacting to Game 1s

Brian Windhorst, Andrew Han and Rachel Nichols offer overall thoughts from opening weekend (3:20), if any favored team should be worried (10:20), offseason anxiety (39:00) and more.

Kobe impressed by Kawhi's growth as a shooter (1:32)
Kawhi hits go-ahead jumper late in the 4th (0:31)
Kawhi weaves through traffic for and-1 layup (0:23)
Siakam crushes wide-open dunk (0:36)

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

DJ Augustin has 19 points at the half. His highest-scoring first half during the regular season was 14 points. Per ESPN Stats & Info, Augustin scored (10) or assisted (5) on the final 15 points of the 1st half for Orlando, which leads 57-49.

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Marc Gasol and Danny Green drain back-to-back 3-pointers for Toronto to stem a 30-9 Orlando run in the second quarter against a Raptors' team that made only three field goals over a 10-minute span. Orlando 57, Toronto 49 at the half in a deliberate, half-court game.

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Kawhi Leonard has scored 11 points in just over nine minutes on a perfect 4-for-4 from the field. Defensively, he's been active on the perimeter and a presence at the rim. Toronto leads 19-18 with 2:46 remaining in the first quarter.

Kawhi throws down one-handed slam (0:20)
Kawhi knocks down wide-open 3 (0:25)

Team Stats

Points Per Game114.48th
Rebounds Per Game45.217th
Assists Per Game25.413th
Points Allowed108.49th

Team History