Somehow this one doesn't have the same hype as last night does it?
The San Antonio Spurs take their recent winning streak to the Air Canada Center tonight to take on the Toronto Raptors. The Spurs have won eight straight games, and are looking like a very dangerous group, especially with Manu Ginobili back in the fold after an extended absence.
For the Raps, they try and put yet another tough loss behind them and attempt to right the ship in order to grab only their second win in seven tries.
Jose was big for TO last night and as mentioned in our preview, he needs some help if the Dinos want to keep pace with one of the league's elite offensive groups. The Spurs' D hasn't been as sturdy as in year's past, but with Tony Parker racing up and down the court, propelling the club to one of its better offensive efficiency marks in recent history, it hasn't really mattered.