NBA Toronto Raptors vs Utah Jazz Wed, January 25th, 2012 [ 2OT W 111-106] Highlights
SALT LAKE CITY -- Toronto Raptors coach Dwane Casey knew the Utah Jazz would try to deliver a big punch early -- and they did, pulling ahead by 18 points in the first quarter Wednesday night. Toronto, however, was ready with the counter-punch. Reserve Linas Kleiza scored a season-high 25 points, including four of the Raptors' 10 three-pointers, and Toronto rallied for a 111-106 victory in double-overtime for its first win in Utah since 2004. "It was huge," Casey said. "Our guys came out and battled after the first quarter. Linas really battled and got us back into the game. " Jose Calderon hit a three-pointer to tie it at the end of regulation and Andrea Bargnani poured in 25 points on 10-of-26 shooting for the Raptors. On the downside, Bargnani reinjured his strained left calf late and wasn't optimistic. "This time it's bad," said Bargnani, who planned to undergo an MRI. "I'm pretty sure I'm going to be out for a while." Bargnani had just returned Tuesday night after missing six games with the calf injury. He scored 36 points in a 99-96 win over Phoenix on Tuesday night, which ended an eight-game losing streak against the Suns. The Raptors followed that by halting their 11-game skid against the Jazz. "It's tough," said Utah guard Raja Bell, who scored 11 points. "We had opportunities. We were right there despite some of the mistakes we made. We were in it. You just have to keep fighting in a game like this and hope you might get it out at the end. They were the better <b>...</b>
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