TOR – Jose Calderon (G), Jerryd Bayless (G), DeMar DeRozan (G/F), James Johnson (F), Aaron Gray (C).
MIL– Brandon Jennings (G), Shaun Livingston (G), Carlos Delfino (F), Luc Mbah a Moute (F), Drew Gooden (C).
TOR – Andrea Bargnani (left calf strain) – out
MIL – Andrew Bogut (left ankle fracture) – out
There’s something about DC that seems to bring on the most bizzarre finishes for the Raptors and Wizards, with last night’s 111-108 OT result providing the last chapter.
From Linas Kleiza’s unbelievable bank shot to a putback dunk late from Amir Johnson, last night was just the tip of the iceberg for an arena that’s hosted at least one wacky meeting between these per season.
Jan. 15, 2011 – Raptors 95 Wizards 98: Who touched it last?
So we start with a tame one, but last season the Raptors did get a couple ...View Post...
There’s no question the Raptors have work to do when it comes to getting off to better starts. If the Raptors showed the same intensity in the first half that they displayed late or at virtually any point in Miami on Sunday, we’d likely be discussing a different result right now.
But man, what a fourth quarter.
The Raptors clawed back down the stretch against the Wizards and both teams began going back and forth right through until the end of overtime, which prompted our tweet of the night from @__NICKeloden
Many of ...View Post...
Jack Armstrong is back to answer some of your recent Raptors questions!
We’ll be asking Jack more of your questions this week. Submit them below or vote other ones up and down and he’ll answer a few every week. Don’t forget to include your name with your question so Jack can personalize his response to you!
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Akil and I take a look ahead to tonight’s game, as the Raptors aim for a second win in three games against the Wizards.View Post...
The Raptors brought a super-sized effort to Miami on Super Bowl Sunday, but a brief sputter in the third quarter proved to be enough of an opportunity for the Heat to exploit in a hard-fought 95-89 defeat.
Our Latest #RTZ Tweet of the Day winner @gabbyb11 agreed, winning a pair of #Raptors – Lakers tickets with this observation about the game:
Plenty of you also had a lot to say about an outstanding and aggressive performance from DeMar DeRozan (25 points, 8-16 FGM-A, 9-11 FTM-A), which you’ll see in a special edition ...View Post...