THE SKINNY: One day after the Raptors ended the New York Knicks’ playoff hopes with a 102-95 win at Madison Square Garden, the Knicks returned the favour with a 112-103 victory over Toronto yesterday at the Air Canada Centre. The loss also ended the Raptors six-game winning streak.
KNICKS SNAP T.O. SKID: Wilson Chandler led New York with 17 points and Quentin Richardson hit four threes off the bench as the Knicks broke a nine-game winless drought in Toronto. The Knicks had not won here since March 5, 2004.
THE QUOTE: “What’s done is done,” Chris Bosh said on a season that went wrong weeks ago. “What we’re doing now is working, it’s just too little, too late.”
CB4 VS. NY: Bosh led the Raptors with 31 points on 13-of-23 shooting and 14 rebounds. Meanwhile, the Knicks as a team shot 13-of-25 from three-point land.
THE NEXT GAME: The Raptors host the Hawks tomorrow (7 p.m., The Score, FAN 590).