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2017 Schedule
33-24, 2nd in Atlantic

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Toronto Raptors will assign rookie forward Pascal Siakam to D-League's Raptors 905 this week, league sources tell ESPN.

Stats & Info

Can Raptors hold on to top-four seed?

BPI sees Toronto finishing with a better record than Washington (48-34). Cleveland and Boston are expected to pass 50 wins.

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9hZach Lowe

Could the Raptors add another rotation player?

The Raps roster is a little heavy on bigs after the Serge Ibaka deal, and they still have trade chips -- all their own picks, and some interesting young guys.

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23hMarc Stein

Raptors leap four notches to No. 8

In a one-time offer, Marc Stein calls upon you, the loyal Power Rankings fan, to provide the arguments for this week's assessments.

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1dSN Staff

Vote: NBA's second-half burning questions

Before the NBA's second half begins, SportsNation looks ahead to ask: Who will make the playoffs? And who can challenge the Warriors and Cavaliers? Vote now!

DeRozan finds LeBron for reverse jam in loss (0:19)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry has now shot the lowest mark, registering a 9 score. That's now the lowest score.

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3dSN Staff

Vote: Pick the All-Star Saturday winners

All-Star Weekend will feature some big names and some young hotshots. Who's going to steal the show in the 3-point and slam dunk contests?

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Lowry rallies Raps over Hornets

Toronto trailed Charlotte by 17 points entering the fourth quarter on Wednesday. All-Star Kyle Lowry outscored the Hornets by himself with 11 of his team-high 21 points, leading the Raptors to overcome the third-largest deficit after three quarters in a win this season. (ESPN Stats & Info)

Vince passing A.I. brings back memories of 2001 playoffs (1:23)
Raptors top Hornets with huge fourth quarter (1:14)

Raptors claw back, rally past Hornets 90-85

Kyle Lowry scored 21 points and all of Toronto's starters finished in double figures as the Raptors erased a 17-point fourth quarter deficit to beat the Charlotte Hornets 90-85 on Wednesday night

Kemba hits four straight 3-pointers (0:36)
Tobey's first career-NBA points (0:17)
Powell drains 3, draws foul for 4-point play (0:15)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Recently-acquired Serge Ibaka and Patrick Patterson (left knee contusion) will not play against Charlotte.

Team Stats

Points Per Game108.55th
Rebounds Per Game42.624th
Assists Per Game18.629th
Points Allowed104.311th

Team History


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