TORONTO -- Pascal Siakam scored 34 points -- 14 in the fourth quarter -- and the Toronto Raptors extended their franchise-best winning streak to 15 games Monday night, Feb. 10, with a 137-126 victory over the visiting Minnesota Timberwolves.

Kyle Lowry added 27 points and 11 assists while OG Anunoby added a career-best 25 points and matched his career best with 12 rebounds for the Raptors, who have won 16 straight home games against the Timberwolves.

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson contributed 21 points and Fred VanVleet had 16 for the Raptors, who shot 57.3 percent from the field.

D'Angelo Russell, playing his first game for Minnesota after being acquired in a trade with the Golden State Warriors, scored 22 points. Karl-Anthony Towns had 23 points and 10 rebounds, Jarrett Culver, Malik Beasley and Juancho Hernangomez each scored 15 as the Timberwolves shot 45.3 percent from the field.

The Timberwolves, who added eight new players in three trades last week, had lost 13 in a row before defeating the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday.

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The Raptors took a 12-point lead into the fourth quarter, but James Johnson's 3-pointer pulled the Timberwolves within two points with 9:10 remaining. But the Raptors pulled out to a 16-point lead on Siakam's 3-pointer with 3:55 to play.

The Raptors led 40-36 after the first quarter.

Culver made two free throws with 8:08 to play in the second quarter to tie the score. Russell's 3-pointer capped a 7-0 Timberwolves run to give them a seven-point lead with 5:34 left in the half. The Timberwolves led by as many as eight before settling for a 75-74 lead at halftime.

Russell had 16 first-half points as Minnesota shot 49 percent from the field. Lowry had 18 points as Toronto shot 64.3 percent from the field in the first half.

The Raptors used an 11-0 run to lead by nine points with 4:42 remaining in the third quarter. The lead reached 11 on Anunoby's 3-pointer. Hollis-Jefferson made a fast-break dunk after a Minnesota turnover to complete the third-quarter scoring and give Toronto a 106-94 lead.

Serge Ibaka (flu) did not play for Toronto.