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Ex-Raptors Leonard Powell lead Clippers to comfortable vicry

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Ex-Raptors Leonard, Powell lead Clippers to comfortable victory in Toronto CBC Sports Loaded

Ex-Raptors Leonard, Powell lead Clippers to comfortable victory in Toronto

Norm Powell and Kawhi Leonard scored 22 points and 15 points, respectively, to lead the Los Angeles Clippers to a 124-113 win over their former team, the Toronto Raptors, on Tuesday.

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Posted: Dec 27, 2022 10:11 PM ET Last Updated: 2 hours ago

Los Angeles Clippers guard Norman Powell dribbles the ball during a 124-113 victory over the Raptors in Toronto on Tuesday.(Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press)

Former Toronto Raptors guard Norm Powell took a trip down memory lane in his return but was just as pleased to leave Toronto with a victory with his Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday.

Powell scored 22 points to help the Clippers (21-15) record a 124-113 win, spoil a 36-point effort from Pascal Siakam and stop the Raptors (15-19) win streak at two games.

BOXSCORE: Clippers 124, Raptors 113

I just wanted to come out and get a win, whatever it took, said Powell, who played his first game in Toronto since being traded to the Portland Trail Blazers in March 2021 in a deal that moved Gary Trent Jr. to the Raptors.

Powell remarked the bus ride from the airport to their downtown hotel after their overtime win in Detroit on Monday put him in a reflective mood about the good times and winning a championship in Toronto.

You start to think about all the moments and memories you had here, he said. Just all the ups and downs and the fans and the organization. To come full circle, to be where it all started and play in front of the fans was amazing.

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Clippers beat the Raptors in Norman Powells return to Toronto

In his first game back in Toronto, Norman Powell had 22 points off the bench as the Clippers beat the Raptors 124-113.

Powell admitted he glanced at the NBA championship banner in the rafters and was moved from the Raptors scoreboard video tribute during a timeout in the first quarter when the 19,800 at Scotiabank Arena gave him a standing ovation.

I dont miss the cold, but I miss the city, said Powell, who also retrieved his championship ring, left here during the COVID-19 pandemic after his trade.

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Powells teammate Kawhi Leonard chipped in 15 points. He was double-teamed most of the game and gladly passed on to other Clippers for open shots.

Leonard doesnt play in back-to-back games but chose to play in Toronto rather than Detroit.

Its always great memories coming in this arena, Leonard said. Id rather give the fans in Toronto the chance to see me play again. That was part of my decision.

Ivica Zubac and Paul George each scored 23 points to lead the Clippers. The Raptors had no answer for Zubac, who pulled down 10 offensive rebounds, 16 in total.

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But the home team had a poor night shooting, going 6-for-23 from beyond the three-point arc after checking in for a season-high 19 three-pointers in their previous game in Cleveland last Friday. Meanwhile, the Clippers shot 15-for-38 in their three-point attempts.

The shots not going in are affecting our transition defence, and its affecting our energy and fight a little bit, Raptors head coach Nick Nurse said.

The Clippers enjoyed a four-point advantage at the half and pulled away in the third quarter for a 97-82 lead.

Trent scored 20, while O.G. Anunoby chipped in 18 points. Scottie Barnes was good for a double-double of 17 points and 12 rebounds.

Raptors guard Fred VanVleet suffered lower-back stiffness. He returned to the dressing room to have his ailment worked on in the first half and played a little more than four minutes in the third quarter before retiring for the evening with four points.

Nurse reported his standout player wasnt dealing with any injury before the game.

The Raptors will contest the middle of their three-game post-Christmas homestand against the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday and conclude with the Phoenix Suns on Friday.

Tim has covered the hockey landscape and other sports in Canada for three decades for The Canadian Press, CBC Sports, the Globe and Mail and Toronto Sun. He has been to three Winter Olympics, 11 Stanley Cups, a world championship as well as 17 world junior championships, 13 Memorial Cups and 13 University Cups. The native of Waterloo, Ont., always has his eye out for an underdog story.

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