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I’m joined by Jay Satur from RAPTORS.com for today’s “From The Baseline” to talk about Philadelphia’s free fall after their hot start, Ed Davis pulling a Jekyll and Hyde act this season and Alan Anderson giving the starting unit an outside shooting spark.
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Toronto Raptors forward Andrea Bargnani will not play Wednesday night against the Philadelphia 76ers because of a left calf strain, the team announced.Bargnani will undergo tests tomorrow for the nagging injury. The 26-year-old has sustained three separate left calf injuries throughout the season, limiting him to 31 games. Bargnani is the team's leading scorer, averaging 19.5...
After losing 4 games in a row the last two Sixers opponents were just what the doctor ordered. Tonight the Sixers defeated the Toronto Raptors 93-75. After being held to 22 total points by the Raptors in the second half of their game last Wednesday, the Philadelphia was able to score 51 points to take [...]
The Toronto Raptors visited the Indiana Pacers and their former teammate Leandro Barbosa, but came up on the losing end 103-98.The Pacers seemed to have control throughout the game and had a 10 point cushion most of the way. The Raptors got within 3 points by a Calderon 3 pointer with 7.9 seconds left, making it 101-98, but the Pacers had final possession and put the game away...
The Philadelphia 76ers were looking to ensure the Toronto Raptors were on the losing end this time around. The Sixers beat the Raptors 93-75.The game was tight through 3 quarters, with the score being 63-57 for the 76ers at that time, but the 76ers pulled away in the 4th outscoring the Raptors 30-18 in the final frame.The win was much needed for the 76ers who are currently in 7th...
The short-handed Toronto Raptors had their point guard bloodied and their interior defense soundly beaten their last time out.
One can only imagine a motivated Rajon Rondo's eagerness, then, as he leads the resurgent Boston Celtics into Air Canada Centre for Friday night's game.
Rondo is playing the best basketball of his career as the Celtics (34-24) try to win their fifth...