The Toronto Raptors (21-36) clinched a narrow 123-121 win over the Atlanta Hawks (24-32) in a tightly contested matchup.

Led by Immanuel Quickley’s 24-point performance, along with seven rebounds and five assists, the Raptors secured their second consecutive victory since the All-Star break.

All-Star forward Scottie Barnes also contributed significantly to Toronto’s win, tallying 20 points and dishing out 10 assists.

Despite a resilient effort from the Hawks, led by Dejounte Murray’s 24 points, the Raptors managed to hold on for the win.

Trae Young struggled to find his rhythm, finishing with just 11 points on 4-of-13 shooting.

The Raptors capitalized on the Hawks’ slow start, seizing an early lead and maintaining their momentum throughout the game.

R.J. Barrett’s absence due to a knee injury didn’t hinder the Raptors’ performance.