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NBA: Indiana 122, Toronto 111

TORONTO, Feb. 29 (UPI) -- A career-best 36 points from Mike Dunleavy Friday boosted the Indiana Pacers to a 122-111 victory over Toronto.

All-Star Toronto forward Chris Bosh left the game in the first period with a sore right knee.

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Indiana halted a three-game losing streak, with Kareem Rush scoring 23 points and Troy Murphy adding 18.

Toronto lost for just the second time in seven games. The Raptors were led by Andrea Bargnani with 27 points and Anthony Parker with 25.

The Raptors never threatened to overcome the eight-point deficit it faced at the end of three periods.

Dunleavy made six of nine three-point shots.

The Raptors said Bosh aggravated an injury he suffered to his right knee in a game against Minnesota Wednesday.

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