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TORONTO -- DeMar DeRozan and Amir Johnson each scored 19 points and the Toronto Raptors defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 90-72 Wednesday before a crowd of 15,629 at Air Canada Centre. Johnson added 12 rebounds as the Raptors ended a two-game losing string while the 76ers have lost five in a row. Ed Davis added 17 points and had nine rebounds while Landry Fields had season highs with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Alan Anderson added nine points. Jrue Holiday and Thaddeus Young led Philadelphia with 16 points each and Evan Turner added 10. The Raptors had lost the first two games against the 76ers this season. Toronto (13-22) entered the fourth quarter with a 10-point lead and went up 73-61 when Anderson hit a pull-up jumper. Neither team scored in the next three minutes until Young hit an eight-foot hook shot to cut the Raptors lead to 10. Holiday and Young moved Philadelphia (15-22) to within six points but Johnson's layup with 6:19 to play gave the Raptors a 75-67 adva...
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Amir Johnson had 19 points and 12 rebounds, Jose Calderon added 14 points and 11 assists, and the Toronto Raptors beat Philadelphia 90-72 on Wednesday night, handing the slumping 76ers their fifth straight loss.
Landry Fields set season highs with 10 points and 11 rebounds. DeMar DeRozan scored 19 and Ed Davis had 17 for the Raptors, who had lost six of their previous seven meetings...
TORONTO - It wasn't pretty but it was good enough for the Toronto Raptors' first win in three tries against the Philadelphia 76ers this season. With Amir Johnson and DeMar DeRozan scoring 19 points each and the defense doing a good job on Sixers guard Jrue Holiday for most of the game, the Raptors came away with a 90-72 victory before a crowd of 15,629 at Air Canada Centre...
The Raptors are 7-3 over their last 10 games.
Let me say that Jose Calderon should apologize. Just not for the last second lob pass that netted Landry Fields (who needs the confidence) an easy two. What he should be apologizing for is the fact that the 76ers aren't good and the Raptors are turning things around, winning 9 out of their last 12 after starting with a 4-19 record. No Jose, you don't apologize for being...
posted by Mike Masaya POUND THE ROCK STARS - On a nightly basis, no matter how good or bad the Raps play, no matter if they blow out a team or if they get blown out and no matter if they win or lose, these are the Raptors with the best 'Pound the Rock' status for the night. FINAL SCORE: RAPTORS 90, 76ers 72 SEASON RECORD: 13W-22L POUND THE ROCK STAR #1: AMIR JOHNSON...
The Raptors are said to be offering a package centered around Jose Calderon, Ed Davis and future picks for Rudy Gay.
Not so fast with the rumors of Rudy Gay to Phoenix. The Toronto Raptors want in the hunt for the Memphis Grizzlies' star small forward, ESPN's Marc Stein reports.
Gay looks destined to be wearing a new uniform by the February 21 trade deadline. Stein reports that the Raptors are offering Jose Calderon and his expiring contract and Ed Davis.
From a fantasy perspective...
Man, that would suck.
Everything that Toronto touches, turns to ass.
And Rudy Gay is a fun player to watch, but things could change if Toronto has their way:
“Sources told ESPN.com this week that the Raptors — who tried to make a play for Gay before the 2012 NBA Draft — remain seriously “interested” in the Grizzlies’ leading scorer and are trying to assemble trade packages...
The Toronto Raptors have been dealing with a number of injuries, but they've been able to compensate with solid defense. That may not bode well for the low-scoring Charlotte Bobcats.
Toronto goes for its 10th victory in 13 games Friday night when it faces a Bobcats team looking for a third straight road win.
Injuries to Andrea Bargnani, Linas Kleiza, Aaron Gray and Jonas Valanciunas...
The last-place Toronto Raptors more than held their own over a two-week stretch before coming undone over the weekend.
Coach Dwane Casey is hoping to see his team regain some of that luster during what he believes is a crucial set of games.
The Raptors try to pick up a rare win over the Atlantic Division-rival Philadelphia 76ers, who don't appear too excited about heading back...
There's really not much Thunder's Kevin Durant hasn't done to make fans get up off their seats during games. From phenomenal dunks, clutch shots to scoring outbursts, KD really knows how to bring the highlights.
Well add yet another fantastic play to Durant's list of eye-opening plays at the expense of Raptors' DeMar DeRozan.
During the recent Thunder...
We here at That NBA Lottery Pick love killer crossovers and Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant pulled off a nasty one last night against the Toronto Raptors.With OKC up by fifteen late in the fourth quarter, Watch as KD puts Demar Derozan on ice skates with two different crossovers: