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WATCH: Raptors Coach Dwane Casey and players react to 124-107 loss to the Thunder

WATCH: Raptors Coach Dwane Casey and players react to 124-107 loss to the Thunder

The Eastern Conference dominant Toronto Raptors fell short against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Chesapeake Arena Wednesday night with a final score of 124-107.

The Raptors snapped a 6-game winning streak with a loss to the Mavericks Tuesday night in Dallas and now fall to 23-10 in the season with this loss to the Thunder.

C.J. Miles led the Raptors with 20 points, and the team had high hopes of getting back to the winning side ending the first quarter of play with a 38-32 lead; a stunning turn of events considering OKC was able to start off strong with a quick 16-4 lead in quarter one.

The Raptors shot 42.4 percent from the field goal and had 11 turnovers compared to the Thunder’s 12, but the Thunder proved to be dominant and walked away with the win in the end.

Toronto will be back home on Thursday to host the Atlanta Hawks.

Hear what Coach Dwane Casey, Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan and C.J. Miles had to say about the loss to Oklahoma City here:

 

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