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Lakers' offense is stifled in loss to Raptors in second game of restart

ORLANDO, Fla. - There have been some games in the NBA's bubble that have led to conjecture about whether these gyms are easier for shooters or something about this setting aids offenses more than defenses. High-scoring games have been the norm in the restart's first weekend.

That was not the case Saturday evening when the Los Angeles Lakers played the Toronto Raptors. The Raptors stifled the Lakers'

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