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Raptors break record

TORONTO—Through 15 consecutive victories, the Toronto Raptors have proven fearless in the face of adversity, unfazed by countless injuries.

And they've made Canadian pro sports history in the process.

The Raptors roared to their 15th win in a row last night, beating the revamped Minnesota Timberwolves 137-126.

Raptors beat Magic to remain unbeaten at home

TORONTO—Fred VanVleet provided the steady hand. The trio of Terence Davis, Chris Boucher and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson combined for a massive boost of energy.

VanVleet, who started at point guard for the sixth consecutive night in place of an injured Kyle Lowry, scored 24 points to lead the Raptors past the Orlando Magic 113-97 yesterday in a battle between short-handed teams.

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.