TORONTO, Feb. 23 -- Chris Bosh had 23 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Toronto Raptors to a 110-88 rout of the Indiana Pacers on Friday night.

Jorge Garbajosa added 16 points for the Raptors, who have won nine of their last 10 at home. Toronto rebounded from a disappointing loss to Cleveland on Wednesday.

The Raptors never trailed and led by as many as 27.

Jamaal Tinsley had 19 points for the Pacers, who fell a half-game behind Toronto in the East. Darrell Armstrong made a 59-foot heave at the buzzer at halftime for Indiana's only highlight.

Garbajosa's three-pointer gave Toronto a 27-point lead late in the third quarter, but the Pacers began the fourth quarter on a 18-1 run capped by Armstrong's two three-pointers and Maceo Baston's layup. But Andrea Bargnani followed with a three-pointer to give Toronto a 13-point lead with 6 minutes 30 seconds left.

The Raptors shot 56 percent compared to 39 for the Pacers.

Toronto went 13 for 20 from beyond the arc.

Bosh finished 8 for 12. The first time all-star starter blamed himself for Wednesday's loss after failing to box out Cleveland's Anderson Varejao, who dunked over Bosh with 16 seconds left for the final points of the game.

Fans chanted "MVP! MVP!" as Bosh made some late free throws.

Little-used Toronto forward Uros Slokar went to the scorer's table in the final seconds, but didn't get in the game.

T.J. Ford and Jose Calderon, Toronto's two point guards, combined for 17 points and 20 assists.

Indiana struggled in the first quarter again, allowing Toronto to start the game on a 10-2 run led by Bosh's six points. Bargnani and Calderon each had eight points as Toronto outscored Indiana 40-29 in the second quarter.