On Wednesday, the Los Angeles Clippers defeated the visiting Toronto Raptors 108-100, thanks to Kawhi Leonard's 24 points and 12 rebounds and Paul George's 23 points.

The Clippers overcame a slow start with improved defense and were also aided by Ivica Zubac's 17 points and Terance Mann's 14 points.

The team shot 54.9 percent from the field compared to Toronto's 38.5 percent.

This win follows a five-game losing streak and is the Clippers' second consecutive victory.

Notably, this was also the team's lowest point total allowed since Jan. 26, when they gave up 100 points to the San Antonio Spurs. Previously.

the Clippers had allowed an average of 131.7 points over their last six games, including a Feb. 24 game where they gave up 176 points to the Sacramento Kings in double-overtime.

In a recent basketball game, Pascal Siakam and Scottie Barnes scored 20 points each, but unfortunately their team, the Toronto Raptors, lost to the Los Angeles Clippers

The Raptors are now 1-3 on a five-game road trip, with their last game taking place against the Los Angeles Lakers.

However, the team will soon have a chance to play seven of their next eight games at home.

The Raptors also had O.G. Anunoby score 18 points, Chris Boucher score 14 points, Fred VanVleet add 13 points, and Jakob Poeltl grab 11 rebounds.

Despite leading by 10 points at one point, the Raptors struggled to shoot well throughout the game and ended up losing.

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