DeRozan scored 33 points while making 10-of-19 shots from the field, boosting the Raptors to an 18-point advantage heading into the fourth quarter.
He equaled a career best with 37 points last Friday against Chicago and then scored 29 more against Portland on Sunday. Toronto, however, lost both those contests. Even though the Raptors have only a 5-8 record, it is good enough to lead the Atlantic Division.
Rudy Gay and Terrence Rose both had 17 points for Toronto.
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