2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
28-15, 1st in Atlantic
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Hornets rout Raptors behind Walker's 32 points (0:57)
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Walker nails off-balance shot for 4-point play attempt (0:34)
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Walker shimmies after hitting transition 3 (0:35)
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Walker drives in a hurry for layup (0:17)
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Zeller dunks it off pick-and-roll (0:18)
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LeBron headlines a young Eastern Conference starting lineup (1:27)
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Lowry deserves to return to All-Star Game

Kevin Pelton bluntly calls Kyle Lowry, who failed to land a third straight starting spot for the East, the best guard in the conference this season. Pelton's All-Star reserves (Insider)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston Celtics guard Isaiah Tho finished tied with DeMar DeRozan in the voting among fans, media, and current players. DeRozan earned the starting spot based on tie-breaker — the fan vote — after finishing one spot ahead of Thomas. The final vote breakdown: DeRozan at 796,112; Thomas at 755,102.

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Raptors' dominance over 76ers ends

The 76ers defeated the Raptors on Wednesday for the first time in exactly four years. The Raptors had won 14 straight against the Sixers, their longest winning streak against one team since they beat the Bulls 16 times in a row from 1999-2002, notes the Elias Sports Bureau.

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Embiid scores 26 to boost the 76ers to victory (1:15)
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Embiid scores 26, 76ers beat Raptors 94-89

Joel Embiid scored 26 points, Ersan Ilyasova added 18 and the resurgent Philadelphia 76ers beat the Toronto Raptors 94-89 on Wednesday night for their seventh win in nine games.

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Embiid wants to hear 'Trust the Process' chant (0:24)
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Sixers mascot takes bowling very seriously (0:19)
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Sullinger drains his first bucket as a Raptor (0:18)
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Sixers take advantage of breakaway (0:30)
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Backcourt duo leads Raps to win

DeMar DeRozan scored 36 points and Cory Joseph added a career-high 33 in Toronto's win on Tuesday. According to Elias, it was the third time in franchise history that Raptors teammates each scored at least 33 points in a game -- Morris Peterson (38) and Mike James (36) in 2006 and Chris Bosh (35) and Andrea Bargnani (34) in 2010.

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Raptors, sans Lowry, hand Nets 11th straight loss (1:31)
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Raptors and Nets come up with huge blocks (0:31)

Team Stats

Points Per Game110.23rd
Rebounds Per Game42.724th
Assists Per Game19.029th
Points Allowed104.614th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2016-172815.651
2015-165626.683
2014-154933.598
2013-144834.585
2012-133448.415