Pascal Siakam scored 25 points, Kawhi Leonard had 21 and the Toronto Raptors used a huge second quarter to rout the struggling Boston Celtics 118-95 at home Tuesday night.

Serge Ibaka scored 14 points and Norm Powell added 11 as Toronto extended its home winning streak over Boston to eight. The Celtics have not won in Canada since a 117-116 overtime victory on April 4, 2015.

Kyle Lowry had 11 assists and Toronto led by as many as 31, turning the game around by outscoring Boston 36-13 in the decisive second.

The Raptors have won 15 of 17 at home, where they're 26-6 overall.

Marcus Morris scored 17 points, and Jayson Tatum and Terry Rozier each had 11 as Boston lost for the fifth time in seven games.

"We have to be a lot more connected as a team," Celtics coach Brad Stevens said. "That's been the theme for a while."

Celtics guard Marcus Smart echoed that assessment. "Nobody is together," Smart said. "We've got to have everybody on the same page doing the same things at the same time."

New York 108, Orlando 103: Emmanuel Mudiay, Mitchell Robinson and the rest of the Knicks' backups outscored the Magic's reserves 75-7 in a Madison Square Garden victory. Mudiay finished with 19 points and Robinson added 17 to help the Knicks win their second home game after they dropped 18 in a row at MSG. The Knicks never led until Robinson's free throw with 2:57 left made it 101-100.

Notes

• The NBA rescinded a technical foul called on DeMarcus Cousins for tossing a shoe off the court in the Warriors' victory Monday over the Charlotte Hornets. Cousins was initially given a technical after tossing Jeremy Lamb's shoe to the stands. Though players are normally forbidden from throwing objects into the crowd, Cousins tossed the shoe off the court to avoid someone stepping on it.

• Former NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson has suffered a stroke. Anderson, 48, recently completed his first season coaching NAIA program Fisk University in Nashville.

•Police are investigating sexual abuse and harassment accusations made by a teacher against former NBA player Mike Bibby.

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