The Indiana Pacers are struggling to stay above the ninth seed in the Eastern Conference as they visit Toronto to play the Raptors. The Toronto Raptors are maintaining the fourth seed, despite dealing with the absence of Kyle Lowry (22.8 PPG). In the first quarter, DeMar DeRozan goes for 14 points and dishes out three assists, as the Raptors walk into the second quarter with a 28 to 25 lead. But in the second quarter, PG-13 starts to come alive by scoring eight points and hitting two 3-pointers, as the visiting team heads to the locker rooms with a 48-46 advantage. But the third quarter belonged to the Raptors as DeRozan hits 16 points and two 3-pointers. Jonas Valanciunas also earns 12 personal points and grabs 13 rebounds and just like that, the Raptors ended the third quarter with a 34 to 20 run. But no mercy was shown in the final quarter as Serge Ibaka lights up the court with ten points and he even hit two 3-pointers as the home team goes on to win it 111 to 100.