/Rappers use late free throws to hold the Hornets, the second can win straight

Rappers use late free throws to hold the Hornets, the second can win straight

Tampa, Fla. – Chris Boucher, Kyle Lowry and Fred Van Fleet converted eight straight free throws in the two minutes of the final on Saturday night, giving Toronto the Charlotte Hornets 116-113, the Rappers ’first two-game winning streak.

Norman Powell led the rappers with 24 points and Boucher returned 20 points and nine.

Gordon Hayward has 25 points and Terry Rosier has 24 pairings for the Hornets, losing three. PJ Washington finished with 14 points and 12 rebounds.

The Hornets had a chance to tie or take the lead but were called for a 24-second violation with 14.8 seconds left.

Van Fleet’s two free throws put the rest of the Roters at 114-110 with 13.3 seconds left, and Boucher responded with two free throws after Devont Graham’s 3-pointer brought Charlotte into a point.

Rosia missed a long 3-point attempt just before the final horn.

After missing eight of their first nine shots and falling behind 14-2, the Raptors got 3 drops, as 7 players from the longest player scored 13 runs in the first half.

The Hornets had a 12-point lead before finishing half in the 144-4 Sport, with Roger’s 34-foot buzzer-batting shot throwing Toronto’s lead at 66 66-6464.

Areward made 21 points in just eight shots in the first half.

Devente Graham and Bismack Beombo scored the first nine points of the second half for Charlotte. Toronto’s most popular player, Boucher, was then called up for a fourth individual foul with 7:40 left in the third quarter.

The 6-foot-9, 200-pound voucher sat out the rest of the season, but the fourth quarter provided the Raptors with a big defensive and comeback boost.


Hornets: After losing stress with the left hip in Thursday night’s game, Harvard played 38 minutes.

Raptors: C Alex Lane missed the second straight game for personal reasons. অন্যান্য Other Toronto center Aaron Baynes has started and played just four minutes.

Coming next

Hornets: Starting Wednesday night against Washington, will play the next nine at home.

Rapist: The third of five “home” games live in Dallas play Monday night.