Kyle Lowry credited the professionalism of the Toronto Raptors following their 113-97 win over the Boston Celtics at TD Garden.

"We've got pros. We've got guys who don't care what people say. We've got guys that kind of just don't give a f--- and just go out there and work. ... We have guys that just don't care. We are going to go play. No matter what, where, how, we're going to go play," Lowry told Tim Bontemps of ESPN.

The Raptors lost to the Celtics at home on Christmas Day earlier in the week. They are currently playing without Pascal Siakam, Marc Gasol, and Norm Powell.

The team have lost 103 games due to injury this season, tied for the 4th most in the NBA.

Lowry added that the Raptors are focused on peaking down the stretch.

"I think we learned last year to stay in that even-keeled and whatever happens, happens, and we'll figure it out. I think April, May and June -- that's when we really want to be our best team."