The Suns are riding a 16-game winning streak into back-to-back matchups against the league-best Warriors. Who takes the top spot?
- 10/9L 113-111
- 10/11W 107-92
- 10/12W 113-108
- 10/20L 98-83
- 10/22W 115-83
- 10/23L 103-95
- 10/25L 111-108
- 10/27W 118-100
- 10/29W 110-109
- 10/30W 97-94
- 11/1W 113-104
- 11/3W 109-100
- 11/5L 102-101
- 11/7L 116-103
- 11/10L 104-88
- 11/11W 115-109
- 11/13L 127-121
- 11/15L 118-113
- 11/18L 119-103
- 11/19W 108-89
- 11/21L 119-104
- 11/24W 126-113
- 11/26L 114-97
- 11/28L 109-97
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— Marcus Smart scored 21 points, Al Horford had 17 points and 11 rebounds and the Boston Celtics beat the short-handed Toronto Raptors 109-97 on Sunday night to snap a two-game losing streak.
The Raptors said Sunday before their game against the Celtics that 35-year-old guard Goran Dragic wasn't with the team, and that he is tending to a personal matter with the club's "full support."
— Domantas Sabonis had 23 points and 18 rebounds, and the Indiana Pacers beat the short-handed Toronto Raptors 114-97 on Friday night.
First-year players usually struggle to adjust to NBA-level defensive schemes, but this year's draft class is making it look easy.
— Gary Trent Jr. scored 17 of his 26 points in the fourth quarter and the Toronto Raptors rallied to beat the Memphis Grizzlies 126-113 on Wednesday night.
'Like I've said, and I'll say it now, I will sign a one-day contract and I'll retire as a Toronto Raptor. That is my everything.'
— Jordan Poole had his second straight 30-point performance with 33, Andrew Wiggins added 32 points and seven rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors beat the Toronto Raptors 119-104 on Sunday night with Stephen Curry's supporting cast taking pressure...
— Pascal Siakam scored 18 of his season-high 32 points in the first half and the Toronto Raptors continued their recent dominance in Sacramento, thumping the Kings 108-89 on Friday night.
— Rudy Gay showed he still knows how to make a major impact on a game even while playing limited minutes.
— If only the Trail Blazers could figure out why they're successful at home but struggle on the road.
— Jerami Grant scored 14 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter, Isaiah Stewart scored 20 and Detroit used a big finish to beat short-handed Toronto 127-121 on Saturday night, the Pistons’ fourth straight victory over the Raptors.
— Kyle Lowry's mom was in the house, repping the Raptors in a sweatshirt even though her son has moved on to Miami. But the competitive sprit Lowry left behind in turning Toronto into a champion has rubbed off on this year's team.
— Jayson Tatum had 22 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists in the Boston Celtics' 104-88 victory over the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night.
André Snellings explains why the Toronto Raptors are in better position for success than the odds indicate.
That greatness can come from modest beginnings is a common trope -- look no further than almost any fairy tale.