Webber, playing with a dislocated right index finger, added 15
rebounds for the Kings, who went 4-1 on their road trip. Sacramento
improved to 47-18 overall and 17-15 away from Arco Arena.
"We're relying too much on our home games, but a road trip like
this helps," Bibby said.
Vince Carter, who finished with 22 points, fouled out with 3:07
remaining for the Raptors, who have lost 16 of their past 17 games
to fall to seven games below .500 (30-37). Toronto has lost nine
in a row at home.
Webber said it didn't matter that Carter fouled out.
"I think a lot of guys in the league are more worried about
Dell Curry coming off a screen than Vince Carter," Webber said.
"I was more worried about Dell Curry at that point."
Carter said it didn't matter, either.
"We have a team that is capable and who's to say it would be
any different if I was on the floor," said Carter, who is playing
with a strained left quadriceps.
The Raptors, in 11th place in the Eastern Conference, need to go
11-4 in their last 15 games to reach .500.
"It might sound far-fetched to some, but there are 12 guys in
his locker room that believe it," Carter said.
Toronto coach Lenny Wilkens said it could be too late to make
"It could be, but we're not going to give up," Wilkens said.
"It doesn't look good, but why quit?"
Doug Christie added 18 points for the Kings, including a
three-point play that gave Sacramento a 113-109 lead with 25.3
Webber followed with two free throws, giving Sacramento a
115-109 lead with 20.7 seconds left.
Williams made a layup, but Sacramento's Bobby Jackson made one
of two free throws with just more than 10 seconds remaining to seal the
"I never believed we weren't a road team," Sacramento coach
Rick Adelman said. "We have beaten some good teams on the road
like Seattle and San Antonio. Our problem has been that we haven't
been consistent on the road."
Bibby had 11 points in the third quarter as Sacramento took a
three-point lead into the fourth.
Carter had 13 points and Peterson 10 as Toronto built a 63-58
lead by halftime. Webber scored 21 points in the first half.
Webber made 15 of his 18 free-throw attempts. ... Toronto
has won just once since the All-Star break. ... Sacramento's Peja
Stojakovic missed the game with a strained right hamstring. ...
Raptors center Michael Stewart went on the injured list Sunday and
is expected to be sidelined three weeks after hernia surgery. ...
Toronto has lost five in a row to Sacramento. ... The Kings went
35-for-44 from the line.