NBA
FINAL1234T
Toronto2431162394
Utah2717181779

Toronto Leaders:
Points: DeMar DeRozan - 23
Rebounds: Amir Johnson - 11
Assists: Greivis Vasquez, John Salmons, DeMar DeRozan - 4

Utah Leaders:
Points: Marvin Williams - 23
Rebounds: Rudy Gobert, Marvin Williams - 8
Assists: Gordon Hayward, Trey Burke - 3


Toronto

PlayerPOSMINFG-A3P-AFT-A+/-ORBDRBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
DeMar DeRozanG377-152-37-7300444100223
Jonas ValanciunasC328-140-02-2194591011318
John Salmons325-93-50-050224101213
Greivis Vasquez275-90-32-290334100112
Amir JohnsonF295-120-01-32156112120311
Patrick Patterson192-70-02-2-6314210226
Terrence RossF232-81-50-05134110035
Chuck Hayes162-20-00-0-4213000114
Kyle LowryG251-80-50-0-4044310102
Total37-846-2114-16 152944217361794
 44.0%28.6%87.5% 
Inactive:Dwight Buycks, Tyler Hansbrough, Steve Novak, Julyan Stone, Austin Daye, Landry Fields

Utah

PlayerPOSMINFG-A3P-AFT-A+/-ORBDRBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
Marvin WilliamsF409-161-34-4-42680200423
Alec Burks298-140-14-5-60330101220
Enes KanterC204-80-02-2-191230011310
Gordon HaywardG393-110-52-2-27235311318
Trey BurkeG354-140-40-0-14336300418
Richard JeffersonF202-61-20-0-1022100015
Brandon Rush131-31-20-0-4033100013
Diante Garrett131-20-00-0-1011100102
Rudy Gobert310-40-00-01358103130
Total32-783-1712-13 1128391045111679
 41.0%17.6%92.3% 
Inactive:Andris Biedrins, Ian Clark, John Lucas III, Malcolm Thomas, Jeremy Evans, Derrick Favors

Game Info

Attendance: 17139
Referees: Ken Mauer, Tre Maddox, Curtis Blair
Ejections: Toronto: 0 Utah: 0

Stats Legend:

POS - position
MIN - minutes played
FG-A - field goals made - field goals attempted
FG-A - 3 point field goals made - 3 point field goals attempted
FT-A - free throws made - free throws attempted
+/- - plus/minus
ORB - offensive rebounds
DRB - defensive rebounds
REB - total rebounds
AST - assists
STL - steals
BLK - blocks
TO - turn overs
PF - personal fouls
PTS - points

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