76ers 93, Raptors 83: Thaddeus Young and Jrue Holiday scored 16 points apiece as Philadelphia dominated Toronto in a lopsided second quarter en route to completing a sweep of its three-game road trip.
Nick Young scored 10 of his 16 points in the pivotal period, during which Philadelphia outscored Toronto by a 32-7 margin.
Andrea Bargnani shot 9-of-19 from the field for a team-high 23 points for the Raptors, who have dropped three in a row overall and five of their last six meetings with the 76ers.
Philadelphia's bench scoring proved pivotal as it posted a 29-6 edge in the first half to take a 52-33 lead at intermission.
Toronto trimmed the deficit to six to start the fourth quarter, but Dorell Wright doubled the 76ers' advantage after drilling a pair of 3-pointers to give Philadelphia at 75-63 lead.
GAME NOTEBOOK: Toronto's Kyle Lowry, who is a Philadelphia native and former Villanova star, sat out the contest with a sprained right ankle. Landry Fields also sat out with a sore wrist. ... The Raptors wore their camouflage uniforms on Saturday as part of Remembrance Day to honor Canadian Forces. ... Toronto guard Alan Anderson sprained his left foot in the third quarter and did not return.