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CP3 trying to prevent TP's baguette baskets, Brow with Dray following him everywhere, a 3&D battle and so much more.
The Toronto Raptors need to get back on track before the playoffs start just a few weeks from today. If the team's opening possession of its game against the Miami Heat on Friday is any indication, tonight might be the time Kyle Lowry and company finally stop "getting their asses kicked."
The Toronto Raptors are 38-26, firmly entrenched as a top-four seed in the Eastern Conference. But that standing belies the real state of Dwayne Casey's team, which has dropped nine out of its past 10 games following Tuesday's 117-107 loss to the San Antonio Spurs.
LeBron James has lost a step? We're not buying it after watching this soaring reverse jam off a halfcourt lob.
This isn't standard, but a layup by Kyle Lowry with a little under four minutes to go in the first quarter in last night's Raptors-Pistons game only happened after he lulled Detroit into thinking he was about to call a timeout.
Five first-time starters make the cut for the 2015 NBA All Star Game. Did your picks make the cut?
Poor Justin Bieber just can't seem to get out of his own way.
Kyle Lowry deserves to be a starter in February's All-Star game.
The top team in the Eastern Conference, the Raptors, took on the top team in the Western Conference, the Warriors, and the outcome mirrored the divide between the Conferences.
Steph Curry Throws Down A Dunk Against The Raptors
Second year guard Victor Oladipo has been one of the better perimeter defenders since coming into the league.
Back to basketball.
So much for the Portland Trail Blazers and Toronto Raptors being "sub-contenders" in their respective conferences.
Kyle Lowry is absolutely relentless.
Be careful when crossing-over in front of Kyle Lowry.
Most people were watching LeBron James bobble his rematch against the Spurs, but the two team's sporting the best records in their respective conferences, the Raptors in the East and the Grizzlies in the West, played in Toronto last night at the Air Canada Centre.
The Jazz have surprised us this season with their ball movement in coach Quin Snyder's up-tempo motion offense where they're "playing with a pass, playing with pace and playing with a purpose," but the Raptors are really good — in case you didn't already know.