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Raptors add Heslip to camp roster

The Raptors signed guard Brady Heslip to their training camp roster. The Canadian last played in Italy and played his college ball at Baylor. Heslip, 26, is known as a sharpshooter and recently had his D-League rights acquired by Toronto. Press Release

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Can Raptors repeat as a 50-win team?

Vegas is on the fence about it. The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook pegs the Raptors' over/under at 49.5 wins, after they grabbed the second seed in the East with 56 wins last season. They have the second-best odds (5-4) to win the Atlantic Division behind the Celtics. Odds for every team

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Are Raptors ready to take the next step?

Toronto re-signed DeMar DeRozan to nearly $140 million, five-year deal over the summer. Can DeRozan and Kyle Lowry continue their winning momentum after helping Team USA win a gold medal in Rio? Eastern Conference offseason grades (Insider)

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Raptors PG Kyle Lowry receives a proclamation from the city of Philadelphia on behalf of the mayor for his support of youth basketball players.

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It never stops for Olympic gold medalist Kyle Lowry. He's currently hosting a youth basketball camp in his native Philadelphia.

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Good news, bad news for Raptors

Kevin Pelton writes that ESPN's real plus-minus shows Toronto dropping out of the 50s in wins next season. But he notes the Raptors have recently made a habit of proving their preseason RPM rating to be too low. Projected W-L records for 2016-17 (Insider)

With 25th pick in draft, Raptors would ...

Chad Ford wouldn't be surprised to see Masai Ujiri go overseas again with a selection late in the first round. Ford sees it being 7-foot-2 Jonathan Jeanne of France, a 19-year-old who is skilled but needs to fill out. Tim Hortons in his future? Mock Draft 1.0 (Insider)

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Did Lowry play spark Team USA rout?

Team USA claimed the Rio gold by 30 points over Serbia on Sunday. But Jim Souhan reports that assistant coach Tom Thibodeau credited Kyle Lowry's dive for a loose ball in the first quarter with getting the winners going: "That play was huge." Star Tribune

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Carroll needs turnaround season

Injuries oddly led to DeMarre Carroll playing only 26 regular-season games during his first season with the Raptors before appearing in 20 during the playoffs. Bradford Doolittle notes that Toronto didn't seem to miss the veteran forward much while he was sidelined. Top bounce-back players for 2016-17 (Insider)

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A quiet final for Raptors duo

Kyle Lowry had five points and five rebounds in Team USA's gold-medal win on Sunday, while DeMar DeRozan had six points and two boards. DeRozan averaged 6.6 points in 11.1 minutes throughout the tournament, Lowry 5.0 points in 16.2 minutes. Team USA saves best for last

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Coach K brought W's back to Team USA

A win for Team USA in Sunday's Rio gold-medal game vs. Serbia would be a record 76th straight for the national team. All of them under Mike Krzyzewski, which is no coincidence to Marc Stein. Pride restored to Team USA

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Team USA and Spain are familiar foes

Team USA and Spain will match up in Friday's Rio men's basketball semifinals along with Australia and Serbia. This will mark the fourth consecutive Summer Games in which the Americans and Spaniards have met on the court.

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Valanciunas' Rio run ends

Jonas Valanciunas collected five points and eight rebounds playing 24 minutes in Lithuania's 90-64 quarterfinal loss to Australia on Wednesday morning. He averaged only 6.7 points on 39 percent shooting in Lithuania's six games. Game recap

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The point is Team USA lags in differential

The U.S. Olympic men's basketball team heads into Wednesday's quarterfinal vs. Argentina with a scoring difference that, among America's last nine teams, is better than only the 2004 squad that shockingly lost in the semifinals.

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Too close for Team USA comfort?

Team USA's last three games in Group A play didn't resemble the team's first two games. We'll see if that trend continues for Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan & Co. in Wednesday's quarterfinal against Argentina.

Team Stats

Points Per Game102.714th
Rebounds Per Game43.416th
Assists Per Game18.729th
Points Allowed98.23rd

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2015-165626.683
2014-154933.598
2013-144834.585
2012-133448.415
2011-122343.348