The Toronto Raptors triumphed in the second match of their home-and-home with the Indiana Pacers (31-21) Friday night. The 115-106 win marks their 10th consecutive road victory. Toronto now leads the season series 2-1 and has won 13 straight games while improving to 38-14.

Figuring Out The Pacers

While the matches against the Pacers have been frighteningly close, the Raptors are slowly figuring them out. The point differential is a mere 1.7 in Toronto’s favour but the Raptors have dominated in key categories. Toronto is forcing 16.7 turnovers from Indiana per game while turning those errors into 27.3 fast break points. These free opportunities push Toronto to victory in a very even match-up.

Terence Davis: Rising Star

Terence Davis II is the only Raptors’ player to participate in all 52 games this season and continues to prove himself. Davis is a unique player, being an uber athletic guard who goes after rebounds fearlessly. His 48.9%/42%/89.7% shooting splits are very close to the prolific 50/40/90 that most players don’t come close to achieving their whole careers. With the injuries the Raptors have sustained Davis has shined with every opportunity.

After Kyle Lowry exited the game with whiplash, Davis stepped in and delivered. “TD2” was a force in the final quarter, pouring in 11 of his 17 points. He also grabbed 8 rebounds in the contest.

Serge Ibaka: Artist

Serge Ibaka and LeBron James are the only two players to reach 600 wins since 2010. With Marc Gasol out Ibaka has stepped into the spotlight. Against Indiana the centre’s skill set shines. He produced a 22 point, 10 rebound double-double in this match-up. “The Chef” also dished 3 assists in the contest.

Up Next For The Raptors:

The Raptors will host the Nets (23-27) on Saturday February 8th at 7:30 PM/EST. Toronto dominated them in their last match-up.