In the absence of OG Anunoby, Toronto's number one offensive asset, injured on a hip, Pascal Siakam took care of everything. The Cameroonian winger put up 32 points (10/12 shooting) and allowed the Raptors to beat the Kings (108-89).
Pascal Siakam has recovered well from his shoulder surgery in the summer. He helped the Raptors end a three-game losing streak.
With the absence of Nigerian winger OG Anunoby, Toronto's number one offensive asset at the start of the season, we feared the worst. Especially since the Cameroonian was coming off a game with only 4 points in the loss against Utah 119-103. But Pascal Siakam (re)took his responsibilities to quickly rebound. At half-time, he already had 18 points.
At the end of the four quarters, Pascal Siakam recorded 32 points by being almost perfect in shooting (10/12 attempts including 3/3 behind the arc). The Douala native also grabbed 8 rebounds and managed 2 blocks. The only downside was that he lost 4 shots in 30 minutes.
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