DeRozan, Williams lead Raptors to sixth straight win, 126-115 over Atlanta

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TORONTO – DeMar DeRozan scored 27 points, Lou Williams added 22 and the Toronto Raptors beat the Atlanta Hawks 126-115 on Wednesday night for their sixth consecutive victory.

The Eastern Conference-leading Raptors had their highest point total of the season. They have won 11 of 12 to match the best stretch in the franchise’s 20-year history, also accomplished from March 22-April 14, 2002.

Jeff Teague had 24 points and 12 assists for Atlanta, and Al Horford scored 23 points.


The Hawks, who won in Washington on Tuesday, were trying to beat the East’s top two teams on consecutive nights.

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Kyle Lowry had 14 points and 13 assists for Toronto, which is 4-1 on the road for the first time in team history.

Hawks guard Kyle Korver hit a pair of free throws to cut Toronto’s lead to 109-105 with 4:45 remaining, but the Raptors pulled away from there. James Johnson’s fast-break dunk increased Toronto’s advantage to 13 just 1:16 later.

Korver finished with 19 points.

Williams, playing his first game in his hometown since getting traded by the Hawks last summer, hit four 3-pointers and went 6 for 6 on free throws.


Ten fans staged a peaceful protest of the Ferguson grand jury decision during the first half.

Seven men and three women marched briskly through upper and lower levels of Phillips Arena on Wednesday night and shouted “Hands up! Don’t shoot!” for 10 approximately minutes.

The game was not disrupted during the march.


DeRozan hit all five of his field-goal attempts to finish the first quarter with 14 points.


Raptors: Reserve big man Tyler Hansbrough missed his fourth straight game with a sprained right shoulder.

Hawks: Reserve swingman Thabo Sefolosha was sent home before the game with flu symptoms.


Raptors: Host Dallas on Friday.

Hawks: Host New Orleans on Friday.

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