The Toronto Raptors broke a team record for a non-overtime game on Friday night with 144 points in a win against the Kings in Sacramento.
Montrealer Chris Boucher notably participated in this offensive festival by collecting 23 points. He also recovered 10 rebounds.
The Raptors, who were deprived of the services of Kyle Lowry, were led by Fred Van Vleet, author of 34 points.
The Toronto side, who won 144-123, are trying to recover from a disappointing start to the season as they are now 2-6.
The Raptors’ next game is Sunday against the Golden State Warriors.