Bosh has 23 points, 10 rebounds in Raptors' win

TORONTO (AP) — Chris Bosh had 23 points and 10 rebounds, and Jose Calderon converted a go-ahead four-point play as the Toronto Raptors held on to extend their home winning streak to eight games with a 104-93 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night.

Andrea Bargnani scored 16 points, and DeMar DeRozan and Sonny Weems each had 14 as the Raptors topped 100 for the 17th consecutive game.

Calderon and Amir Johnson each scored 10 points for the Raptors, who have won 14 of 15 at home.

Louis Williams scored 26 points, including 14 in the fourth quarter, and Thaddeus Young had 15 as the 76ers' five-game winning streak was snapped in the final game before the All-Star break for both teams.

The 76ers trailed 78-63 to start the fourth before rallying to tie it. Jason Smith's 3-pointer from the corner with 8:20 remaining made it 84-75, and a jumper by Willie Green and a pair of free throws by Elton Brand cut it to 86-81 with 5:20 remaining.

Toronto pushed its lead back to nine, but Williams made two more 3-pointers and converted two layups to get the 76ers to within a basket before Thaddeus Young tied it at 93 on a layup with 2:06 left.

At the other end, Green fouled Calderon on a successful 3-pointer from the corner and the Raptors guard finished the four-point play, making it 97-93 with 1:42 to go.

After Antoine Wright stripped Williams, Bargnani hit a 3-pointer, then made two free throws after he was fouled grabbing a rebound, giving the Raptors a 102-93 lead with 32 seconds left. Toronto ended the game on an 11-0 run.

Philadelphia's Allen Iverson missed his fifth straight game to be with his sick daughter while Raptors forward Hedo Turkoglu was also excused to deal with a family illness. Weems replaced Turkoglu in Toronto's starting lineup.

Calderon fed Weems, Johnson and DeRozan for alley-oop dunks in the final two minutes of the opening quarter and also set DeRozan up for a driving layup as Toronto closed the first on a 10-4 run to lead 30-24 after one.

Bosh and Johnson each scored six points in the second to keep the Raptors in front, and DeRozan threw down a huge dunk off of Jack's miss, Toronto's seventh of the half. The Raptors led 50-41 at the break.

Toronto opened the second half with a 15-4 run, including a spin-move and dunk by Bosh, and the 76ers missed their first five field-goal attempts to fall behind 65-44 with 7 minutes left in the third. Philadelphia shot 6 for 21 in the quarter and trailed 78-63 heading into the fourth.

NOTES: Former 76ers forward Reggie Evans, sidelined since the preseason with a sprained left foot, made his regular-season debut for Toronto, scoring two points in five minutes. ... Raptors guard Marco Belinelli returned after missing Sunday's win over Sacramento with a sore right ankle.