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TORONTO -- The Orlando Magic was able to overhaul one double-digit deficit to the Toronto Raptors. It wasn't able to do it twice. After leading by as many as 13 points in the first half, the Raptors (3-7) found themselves trailing by two after three quarters but came on strong in the fourth to pick up a 97-86 home win over the Magic (3-6). DeMar DeRozan led the way with 20 points for the Raptors while Jose Calderon had 18 assists to go along with nine points. E'Twuan Moore and Glen Davis led all Magic scorers with 15 points apiece. Trailing by eight at the half, the Magic chipped away at Toronto's lead in the third quarter and was helped when Toronto faltered at the free-throw line. With two and a half minutes remaining in the third, Raptors rookie Jonas Valenciunas missed a pair from the free-throw line and on its next possession, veteran Magic guard Jameer Nelson tied the game with a 15-foot jumper. Valeniunas was at the line again on Toronto's next tim...
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Following up on a question that we asked several Toronto Raptors including DeMar DeRozan, Ed Davis, and Terrence Ross during 2012-13 Training Camp in Halifax, "what sneakers do you like to wear on court?", we've decided to feature what they have been wearing so fans can get an up close look that you can't always get while watching the game in person or on TV.Our...
posted by Mike MasataPOUND 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 97, MAGIC 86 SEASON RECORD: 3W-7LPOUND THE ROCK STAR #1: JOSE CALDERONLINE...
Episode 31 of RAPS TALK (11.19.12) - We're back! This week we discuss the past week of the Toronto Raptors season, talk about Andrea Bargnani's performance so far and discuss the injury updates to Lowry, Fields and Anderson. We also have our regular segments "Hoop Heads Humour of the Week" and "The Wenningtons of the Week", enjoy the podcast people...
posted by Mike MasayaBetween coming off a nail biter against the Pacers and news of Lowry, Fields and Anderson being out with injury for the next little while, the Raptors have a lot to think about before facing the Celtics on Saturday. Not including Boston, the Raptors have four very winnable games coming up against Orlando, 76ers, Bobcats and Pistons.As cliche as it sounds, it’s...
TORONTO -- The Orlando Magic were able to overhaul one double-digit deficit to the Toronto Raptors. They weren't able to do it twice. After leading by as many as 13 points in the first half, the Raptors (3-7) found themselves trailing by two after three quarters but came on strong in the fourth to pick up a 97-86 home win over the Magic on Sunday. DeMar DeRozan led the way...
posted by Romy AquinoPOUND 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: CELTICS 107, RAPTORS 89 SEASON RECORD: 2W-7LPOUND THE ROCK STAR #1: JOHN LUCAS...
BOSTON — The spirit of Christmas made an early stop at the TD Garden on Saturday, and it was not pretty.
Prior to the Celtics’ game against the Toronto Raptors, the beloved Dr. Seuss character made a visit to the parquet floor to promote the musical “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” which opens Nov. 23 at the Wang Theater. This Grinch bore only a passing resemblance to the...
Orlando can fight. That much is clear as the Magic erased a double-digit deficit from the first half and took a two-point lead into the fourth quarter. The Magic seemed like they had the momentum to roll into another big road victory.
Amir Johnson had energy too. And he displayed it in going after the offensive glass and going after the ball for easy baskets. Johnson scored 13...
Toronto Raptors (2-6) at Boston Celtics (5-4) Saturday, November 17, 201212:30 PM ET Regular Season Game #10, Home Game #5TV: CSNNE, SNET1, NBA-LP 751Radio: CJCL, WEEI TD Garden Referees: Jason Phillips, Courtney Kirkland, Olandis Poole
This is the first regular season meeting between these two Atlantic
Division teams and it is the first of 4 meetings...
The Celtics took no time to beat the Toronto Raptors by a score of 107-89. Here is Jared Weiss with an analysis of the game.