Raptors' five-game win streak over

Toronto Raptors Ed Davis (C) shoots over San Antonio Spurs Tiago Splitter (L)  and Tim Duncan...

Toronto Raptors Ed Davis (C) shoots over San Antonio Spurs Tiago Splitter (L) and Tim Duncan during the first half of their NBA Basketball game in San Antonio, Texas December 26, 2012. (REUTERS/Joe Mitchell)

MIKE GANTER, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:23 PM ET

The five-game win streak is a thing of the past.

The San Antonio Spurs made sure of that closing out both the second and third quarter with strong finishes to sap any momentum the Raptors had been building in a 100-80 win.

While there was a huge discrepancy in trips to the free throw line with the Spurs getting there 27 times to the Raptors' eight, it would be a disservice to the Spurs to suggest they did not earn this one.

Bottom line, this Spurs team is healthy and have a bevy of offensive threats. Every man on the floor is an offensive threat, none moreso (and it sounds strange to suggest it at his age) than Tim Duncan.


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