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Pagenaud races to win at Honda Indy

TORONTO—Seven weeks ago, Simon Pagenaud was racing to victory on the wide-open speedway of the Indianapolis 500.

On Sunday, he captured the Honda Indy Toronto title, manoeuvring through the tricky hairpins turns on Toronto's notoriously bumpy road course.

If it takes a complete driver to capture the IndyCar Series title, Pagenaud proved in Toronto he has the full package.

Raptors headed to conference finals

TORONTO—Kawhi Leonard's jump shot from the corner at the buzzer lifted the Toronto Raptors to a thrilling 92-90 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers—and into the Eastern Conference Finals for just the second time in franchise history.

Leonard had 15 of his 41 points in the fourth quarter, and corralled the ball with four seconds left before the launching the winning basket.

Raptors romp to win but lose Lowry again

TORONTO—Before the Toronto Raptors tipped off against the N.Y. Knicks last night, coach Nick Nurse was looking forward to finally having a healthy roster.

He figured it all would come together in the next couple of games.

A few hours later, the coach was eating those words after the Raptors lost all-star Kyle Lowry to an ankle injury—again—in their 128-92 rout of the Knicks.

Raptors slip with ugly loss to Magic

TORONTO—Sitting hunched over at his locker, Kyle Lowry scanned the scoring report from last night's loss, then brusquely tossed it aside.

The game definitely was one to forget.

Terrence Ross, who once famously scored 51 points in a Raptors' jersey, poured in 28 points to lead the Orlando Magic to a 113-98 victory over a sluggish Toronto team missing Kawhi Leonard.