The two teams were tied at halftime, but a mini 9-3 spurt from the Raptors in the third quarter opened an eight-point advantage, capped by an Alan Anderson three with 1:31 remaining.
Anderson had 24 points off the bench and DeMar DeRozan had 19 to lead Toronto in scoring. Jose Calderon (18 points) and Ed Davis (13 points) also scored in double figures. Toronto lost the battle of the boards, 44-43, but made up for it by taking care of the ball. The Raptors turned it over just seven times, and had 29 assists on 39 field goals. Caldero accounted for 14 of those assists and also grabbed 10 rebounds to complete the triple-double.
Next up, the Rockets head to New York to face the Knicks Monday night at Madison Square Garden. The Raptors travel to Cleveland, where they will look to win consecutive games for the first time this season. That game will be played Tuesday night.