TORONTO – With a minute to go in Wednesday night’s game, DeMar DeRozan threw his body into Bojan Bogdanovic, sending the big Brooklyn Nets forward sprawling to the court.
The moment spoke volumes about the Toronto Raptors’ level of frustration.
DeRozan was ejected for the dangerous foul and made a bee-line for the locker-room, barely looking back as the Raptors dropped a lopsided 109-93 decision to Brooklyn.
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“It was just a hard foul,” DeRozan said afterward. “(The Nets) had got it going and they were rumbling like they were the No. 1 team in the East. I just wasn’t going to let them get anything easy.”
Terrence Ross scored a team-high 23 points in the lone bright spot for the Raptors (33-17), in their second ugly performance in as many games. The loss was Toronto’s first in 10 games against Atlantic opponents.
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