0652 GMT February 25, 2020
Chris Boucher matched his career high with 15 points for the Raptors, who have won three straight and six of seven, The Associated Press reported.
The defending NBA champions played without two key regulars after losing starter Kyle Lowry to a broken left thumb and top reserve Serge Ibaka to a sprained right ankle, but Toronto still rallied in the fourth quarter and hung on late for its 10th consecutive win over the Lakers.
Anthony Davis scored 27 points and LeBron James had 13 points, 15 assists and 13 rebounds in his 85th career triple-double, but the Lakers lost for the first time since opening night against the Clippers.
Toronto led 104-92 with 3:50 to play on Terence Davis' third three-pointer after a rally by four reserves and Siakam, but Kyle Kuzma hit back-to-back three-pointers while LA scored eight straight points. The Lakers then missed four consecutive three-pointers with the chance to pull even, and Siakam threw down back-to-back dunks on the fast break to seal it.
Norman Powell scored 14 points while starting in Lowry's spot for Toronto.
Davis and James both had big games, but the Lakers' supporting cast wasn't helpful and their team defense didn't look nearly as sharp as it had been in recent games. Kuzma scored 13 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter.
Danny Green went scoreless on 0-for-5 shooting in 27 minutes for the Lakers, who signed him to a two-year free agent deal in the summer. The sharpshooting veteran won a ring with the Raptors last year while shooting a career-high 45.5 percent on three-pointers during his sole season in Toronto.
Siakam got off to a 3-for-15 start from the field, preventing him from matching his 44-point effort at New Orleans two nights ago. But he excelled in the second half, particularly in a lineup including four reserves as Toronto jumped to its first double-digit lead of the night early in the fourth quarter.
Toronto opened the fourth with a 17-6 run led by nine points from Boucher, the undrafted Canadian who was on the last two teams to win the NBA title.