TORONTO â€” The Thunderâ€™s astounding success without Kevin Durant came to a screeching halt in the second half of Friday nightâ€™s 111-99 loss to Toronto. Two nights after posting a 123-120 triple-overtime victory at New Jersey, the cold-shooting and suddenly careless Thunder couldnâ€™t keep up with the sharp-shooting Raptors. It was the first time in four road games the Thunder (13-7) lost without Durant, the leagueâ€™s leading scorer who is day-to-day with a sprained left knee. Scott Brooks arguably was the most animated he has been in his 171 games as Thunder coach, shaking his head in disgust while pleading for better defense and less selfish play in the second half. Afterward, Brooks took longer than usual to emerge from the locker room, and that was followed by blunt answers that were shorter than usual. â€œWe just got beat,â€ Brooks said. â€œGot to give them a lot of credit. They were ready to play and defended in the second half when they needed to. We had no answer for their ball movement. Defensively, we struggled tonight and thatâ€™s what weâ€™ve got to continue to work on and get better at as our team continues to grow.â€ Facing a fleet-footed Toronto team was not an enviable position after Wednesdayâ€™s three-hour, 21-minute marathon against the Nets, and fatigue appeared to show for the Thunder as Brooks played all 12 players who were available. After not committing a turnover in three overtime periods and having just two in the first half against Toronto, the Thunder had six turnovers in the third quarter alone. The Raptors (8-11) outshot the Thunder 61.9 percent (13 for 21) to 28.6 percent (6 for 21) in the period to blow the game open. Toronto shot 54.9 percent for the game and was led by Andrea Bargnani with 26 points and 12 rebounds, while Leandro Barbosa added 22 off the bench. Starting point guard Jose Calderon had 15 assists. The Thunder was led by point guard Russell Westbrook and backup guard James Harden with 20 points each, but Brooks wasnâ€™t completely pleased with either playerâ€™s performance. â€œOffensively in the second half, we kept playing a little too much one-on-one basketball,â€ Brooks said. â€œYou canâ€™t win in this league (doing that). Thereâ€™s only a couple players in the league that can do that night in and night out and have success at it. We donâ€™t have a team thatâ€™s like that. We have to continue to have ball movement, spacing and team basketball. James had a good offensive game going, but he has to continue to focus on the defensive end.â€ The Thunder led 59-52 at halftime, but lost the lead for good by the 9:14 mark of the third quarter (64-63). OKC dropped to 9-3 when leading at halftime. â€œTonight, we werenâ€™t good enough to win an NBA basketball game,â€ Brooks said. Text â€œOKTHUNDERâ€ to 65360 to sign up for Thunder text alerts. NewsOK OKC Thunder news text alerts sponsored by Totally Tickets.