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Spurs, Warriors Tried To Trade Up In 2011 For Jonas Valanciunas
The Warriors and Spurs walked away from the 2011 NBA Draft with Klay Thompson and Kawhi Leonard.
DeMar DeRozan Wants To Be Known As Greatest Raptor In Franchise History
DeMar DeRozan re-signed with the Raptors on a five-year, $145 million deal and is now setting his sights on becoming the best player in franchise history.
DeMar DeRozan, James Harden Named NBA Players Of The Week
DeMar DeRozan and James Harden have been named the NBA's Players of the Week for games played between Nov. 7-13.
Masai Ujiri Thanks Trump 'For Making Toronto An Unbelievable Destination'
Masai Ujiri responded to the United States' election results in which Donald Trump is the president-elect.
Raptors Interested In Nerlens Noel
Nerlens Noel will be a restricted free agent in the 2017 offseason.
DeMar DeRozan: I'm Like A Tesla
DeMar DeRozan leads the NBA in scoring at 36.3 points per game through four games.
Tristan Thompson Wasn't Surprised By Being Drafted Ahead Of Valanciunas
Tristan Thompson and Jonas Valanciunas will always be linked by their draft class.
Jared Sullinger To Undergo Foot Surgery, Out 2-3 Months
Jared Sullinger will undergo surgery on his left foot and will miss at least the first few weeks of the season.
Jared Sullinger Out Indefinitely With Foot Injury
Jared Sullinger was projected to be the Raptors' starting power forward.
Kyle Lowry Hopes To Quickly Re-Sign With Raptors On Five-Year Deal
Kyle Lowry is scheduled to make just $12 million for the 17-18 season, making his opt out decision an easy one.

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Raptors Analysis

The Limitations Of A Double-Threat Backcourt

by Colin McGowan

Destroying the rest of the league with speed and finesse has an enduring appeal. But despite the success of the Warriors and Raptors, it remains exceedingly difficult to build a winner through the backcourt as the Blazers and Wizards are finding this season.

DeMar DeRozan Becoming The Franchise Player Few Expected

by Michael Pina

DeMar DeRozan doesn't evolve every year, so much as he relentlessly enhances what he's already really good at. His career has been an annual step in the right direction.

Five Question Season Preview: Atlantic Division

by Brett Koremenos

On Al Horford's impact on an already good Boston defense, how the Knicks can move away from the Triangle, whether the Nets should keep Brook Lopez, how Toronto will replace Bismack Biyombo and Brett Brown's Spurs-style offense with Philadelphia.

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Toronto Raptors Schedule

DateOpponentResult
Dec. 2 at 7:30 PM
v.
L.A. Lakers
W, 113-80
Dec. 3 at 7:30 PM
v.
Atlanta
W, 128-84
Dec. 5 at 7:30 PM
v.
Cleveland
L, 112-116
Dec. 8 at 7:00 PM
v.
Minnesota
W, 124-110
Dec. 9 at 7:30 PM
@
Boston
W, 94-101
Dec. 12 at 7:30 PM
v.
Milwaukee
Preview
Dec. 14 at 7:00 PM
@
Philadelphia
Preview
Dec. 16 at 7:30 PM
v.
Atlanta
Preview
Dec. 18 at 6:00 PM
@
Orlando
Preview
Dec. 20 at 7:30 PM
v.
Brooklyn
Preview

* All times Eastern

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Toronto Raptors Leaders

DeMar DeRozan 27.83 Points

Jonas Valanciunas 9.43 Rebounds

Kyle Lowry 7.35 Assists

Lucas Nogueira 1.82 Blocks

Kyle Lowry 1.57 Steals

Fred VanVleet 27.71 PER

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