NBA: Toronto 104, Boston 93

Jan. 12, 2005 at 9:58 PM

TORONTO, Jan. 12 (UPI) -- Career-high efforts from both Morris Peterson and Chris Bosh carried Toronto past Boston Wednesday night, 104-93.

Peterson made half his 14 three-points and scored 37 points. Bosh had 26 and 11 rebounds.

Toronto concluded a five-game homestand and had wins in four of the games.

Boston was led by Paul Pierce with 23 points and Ricky Davis with 22.

The Raptors opened the final period with a nine-point lead and, after Boston closed within 97-71, Toronto scored seven straight.

Like Us on Facebook for more stories from UPI.com  
Latest Headlines
Top Stories
Phil Mickelson tied to $3 million gambling ring, ESPN reports
St. Louis Cardinals eye seventh straight win
Kvitova easily advances; Halep, Bouchard vanquished at Wimbeldon
Video: Sack-artist J.J. Watt whams concert-goer
FCS programs rewarded for academic success