2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
40-15, 1st in Atlantic
23h

The Hoop Collective: Hot In Cleveland And Late-Season Storylines

The Celtics are hot, so how wide really is the gap between Boston and Milwaukee? Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon debate that (24:50) after discussing John Beilein's departure from Cleveland. Plus, the crew talks about some of the overachieving teams they're excited to watch down the final stretch of the regular season (37:20).

The biggest storylines of the NBA's first half (2:29)
7d
NBA sights and sounds: The top moments from the first half (2:35)
7d
Lowry smiles after taking charge off Kawhi (0:21)
4d
Lowry puts pressure on Siakam to win skills challenge (0:24)
6d
Lowe likes what he's been seeing from the Raptors and Josh Hart (2:35)
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7d

The Hoop Collective: Zion's Potential And Can The Clippers Stay Healthy?

The debut of Zion Williamson was later than folks hoped for, but he's tearing up the league. Brian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Andrew Han discuss how good Zion already is and how good he could become, Ja Morant and the Grizzlies' 8-seed run (16:26) and whether the Clippers can stay healthy (20:03).

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8dMalika Andrews

Raptors 'zombie'-like as win streak ends at 15

The Nets had an answer for every Raptors rally Wednesday night and ended Toronto's 15-game winning streak in a 101-91 victory that had guard Kyle Lowry comparing his team's effort to that of "walking zombies."

Ibaka's efforts fall short as Raptors win streak ends at 15 (1:55)
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Siakam sinks the trey at the buzzer (0:23)
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Siakam gets the two-handed flush off Ibaka's block (0:26)
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BKN VS TOR (0:15)
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B oucher rocks the rim with the two-handed slam (0:17)
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How Nurse can assist Wilbon in the All-Star Celebrity Game (0:57)
9d
Nurse reveals how Raptors are succeeding without Leonard (1:17)
9d
The real story behind Vince Carter's epic 2000 dunk contest (1:36)
Would Kawhi have a better title shot with the Raptors? (1:59)
10d
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10dTim Bontemps

Raptors extend streak to upstage Russell's debut

Toronto, led by 34 points from Pascal Siakam, found a way to prevail in yet another close game, as D'Angelo Russell had 22 points and five assists in his Minnesota debut.

Anunoby, Lowry put up double-doubles in Raptors' win (1:49)
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Team Stats

Points Per Game112.912th
Rebounds Per Game45.315th
Assists Per Game25.69th
Points Allowed106.64th

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2019-204015.727
2018-195824.707
2017-185923.720
2016-175131.622
2015-165626.683