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NBA: Toronto 98, Cleveland 91

Feb. 21, 2014 at 9:53 PM

TORONTO, Feb. 21 (UPI) -- Jonas Valanciunas helped Toronto rally from a halftime deficit with 10 third-quarter points Friday and the Raptors went on to down Cleveland 98-91.

Valanciunas netted 18 overall for Toronto, which outscored the Cavaliers 37-21 in the third after trailing 44-39 at the break.

Terrence Ross provided 20 points with three steals and Kyle Lowry totaled 14 points, nine assists and six rebounds as the Raptors snapped Cleveland's six-game winning streak.

DeMar DeRozan helped out with 14 points.

The Cavs got 21 points with 11 rebounds from Luol Deng.

Kyrie Irving supplied 17 and nine assists.

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