TORONTO – Alan Anderson hit a career high but wasn’t in the mood for celebrating Friday.
The Raptors journeyman poured in 20 of his career-high 35 points in the third quarter Friday night, but Toronto dropped a 99-94 decision to the Knicks for their third straight loss.
“It feels really good personally but when you can’t get the win, you wish you did a little bit more,” Anderson said afterward.
The Raptors didn’t have long to lament the loss. Both teams then departed the Air Canada Centre for the airport to head […]View Post...