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Hoops Heads North:
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 with a dunk by Paul George.
The Raptors shared the ball and had solid contributions from every player who got a decent amount of playing time, but it just wasn't enough to get the win. Alan Anderson had a strong game, who's now started for four straight games as a Raptor. He scored 17 points, including going 4 for 4 from deep. Amir Johnson also started for the first time in 10 games, and scored 16 points (on 7-9 from the field), grabbed 7 boards, and dished out 3 assists. Ed Davis was fantatsic for Toronto tonight in a reserve role, scoring 11 points and pulling down 10 rebounds in only 17 minutes of...
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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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Indiana Pacers starting point guard Darren Collison will miss his second straight game with an injured groin.
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Toronto Raptors forward Andrea Bargnani left Sunday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder with tightness in his left calf.
Bargnani has been plagued by calf injuries this season, missing 26 of 28 games during one stretch.
The former No. 1 overall pick was averaging a team-high 19.9 points heading into Sunday's game.
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Andrea Bargnani will sit Monday's game against the Pacers due to soreness in his calf.
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The Pacers hope to continue their April success by trying for a third consecutive road victory Wednesday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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