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11-5, 2nd in Atlantic
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DeRozan does it all

DeMar DeRozan scored 33 points to lead the Raptors to a 100–91 victory over the Wizards on Sunday. DeRozan was a one-man show for Toronto, as no other Raptors player scored more than 12 points. Per the Elias Sports Bureau, it was the eighth game in 2017 (last season included) in which DeRozan outscored every teammate by more than 20 points. The only other players to do that as often this year are Russell Westbrook and James Harden (14 each).

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DeRozan finishes off Wizards with big dunk (0:22)
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Siakam throws down the putback jam (0:16)
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Lowry lofts the alley-oop to DeRozan (0:17)
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DeRozan continues to own the Knicks

DeMar DeRozan scored 22 points in Toronto's 107-84 rout of New York on Friday. It was his 10th straight game of scoring over 20 points when facing the Knicks, the longest such streak against a particular opponent in his NBA career. Only two other active players have scored as many points in 10-plus consecutive games against the Knicks: Carmelo Anthony (13) and James Harden (12). (Elias)

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Knicks struggle from field against Raptors (1:19)
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Hardaway Jr. drives through the lane and slams it home (0:15)
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Thomas takes it coast-to-coast for the slam (0:19)
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Lowry lobs to DeRozan for the oop (0:17)
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Hardaway Jr. misses easy dunk (0:19)
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Raptors' Wright has dislocated right shoulder

The Raptors said Delon Wright will travel with the team to New York City next week for further consultation with Dr. Riley Williams at the Hospital for Special Surgery.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The Delon Wright injury (dislocated right shoulder) is a tough blow to an improved Raptors bench. Toronto does have a roster spot open but are only $1M below the tax. Fred VanVleet is now the Raptors lone backup point guard until Wright returns.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Friday's Knicks-Raptors game will feature 6 alumni of the NBA's Basketball Without Borders program. New York's Frank Ntilikina, Enes Kanter and Willy Hernangomez all attended Basketball Without Borders camps. As did Toronto's Jonas Valanciunas, Pascal Siakam and Bruno Caboclo. Basketball Without Borders is the NBA and Fiba's global basketball development and community outreach program. More than 50 players from BWB camps have been drafted into the NBA since 2001.

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Raptors roaring on road

The Raptors beat the Pelicans 125-116 in New Orleans on Wednesday one day after knocking off the Rockets 129-113 in Houston. Per the Elias Sports Bureau, it's the first time in franchise history that Toronto scored 125 or more points in consecutive games. The last NBA team to score at least 125 points and win road games on consecutive days was the Wizards last March. They won in Sacramento (130-122) and Portland (125-124) on back-to-back days.

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DeRozan, Lowry team up to top Pelicans (0:53)
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DeRozan powers Raptors past Pelicans (0:41)
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Davis rises in a hurry for slam (0:17)
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Valanciunas hammers easy dunk (0:15)
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Valanciunas plays keep away from Cousins (0:31)

Team Stats

Points Per Game110.45th
Rebounds Per Game41.126th
Assists Per Game23.09th
Points Allowed103.510th

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-18115.688
2016-175131.622
2015-165626.683
2014-154933.598
2013-144834.585