All-Star big men Chris Bosh and Dwight Howard battled mightily in Toronto, but Raptors point guard Jose Calderon's canny distribution tipped the balance in a 127-110 rout by the home squad, reports the Orlando Sentinel. Howard had 37 points and 15 boards—10 on offense—but Bosh had 40 on 14-of-16 shooting, while making all 11 of his free throw attempts.
Calderon was also characteristically efficient, shooting 8-of-10 and notching 13 assists against just one giveaway. Overall, Toronto shot a scorching 58.8% from the field against Orlando's 45.2%. The Raptors evened the season series with the win, in what might be a postseason preview; Orlando and Toronto currently have the third and fourth seeds in the Eastern Conference.