Nurse will reportedly play a locker room attendant on the time-bending Canadian show.
Fred VanVleet and Scottie Barnes (I forgot to include him in the preview this morning) are both still listed as questionable an hour before tip-off. Toronto is 5-2 in the second game of a B2B this season, while Chicago is 3-7 in their last ten.
Dalano Banton’s 23-point explosion in the fourth was just too much for the Westchester Knicks.
The Raps big man has quietly become a do-it-all force on par with some of the league’s best.
The HQ crew wonder if anyone will ever get off the bench, if the Raps can hold on to a playoff spot, kick around some trade targets and more!
Toronto begins a two-game homestand tonight at 6 p.m. against the Trailblazers at Scotiabank Arena.
The Raptors face off with the Bulls Wednesday night in DeMar’s second game against his old squad since joining Chicago’s championship-caliber roster. Can the Raptors remind him that the East runs through Toronto?
Gary Trent Jr. scored a season-high 32 points as Toronto held onto an early lead despite some shaky moments.
Don’t like the idea of a play-in game? Then this will be a big game tonight.
After losing to the shorthanded Blazers, the Raptors will look to take down the surging Hornets.
When the All-Star starters are announced, you shouldn’t expect to hear any Raptor names called. But when Reserves are announced, don’t be surprised if Fred VanVleet isn’t the only Raptor selected.
The energy was there in the second half, but these lacklustre first-halves are getting old.
After closing out a 5-game road trip with a win in Washington, Toronto hopes to continue its winning ways.
Rookie Scottie Barnes dropped in a career-high 27 as the Raptors finish their road trip with a 2-3 record.
Can the Raptors break of their mini-slump? The return of a the most stylish Raptor should certainly help!
The Raptors are looking for a haymaker knockout, and they’re getting scrappy. Against the Washington Wizards, they have their perfect punching bag.
With no trust in his bench, the Raptors are relying on big minutes from the starters — and it’s coming back to haunt them in close games.
After a strong but unsuccessful effort against the Heat on Monday, the Raptors’ tough road trip takes them to Dallas to take on the 25-19 Mavs.
The Raptors 905’s defense forced a lot of turnovers. The problem? When they couldn’t, the Windy City Bulls scored at will.
The 905 swept their series against the Lakeland Magic and now sits at the top of the Eastern Conference standings.
Is the current iteration of the Raptors built well enough to make postseason waves?
Toronto visits Kyle Lowry’s Heat in Miami and Norm Powell makes his first visit to Scotiabank Arena as a visitor. Those games highlight another interesting week of Raptors basketball.
The Raptors face another contender tonight in the Heat, but a familiar face will be missing from Miami’s team.
The HQ Staff grade a mostly healthy Raptors team, wonder if "Freddy All-Star" will be a thing, handicap a Devin Booker/The Raptor fight, and more!
Toronto will try to avoid a 3-game losing streak and get back to their winning ways against the reigning champions.
Dwane Casey and his Pistons thwart a soft Raptors comeback attempt, cruising to their fifth straight win over the Raptors.
Their six game win streak was ended by the Suns — but can the Raptors get back into the win column against the number one overall draft pick?
The 905’s first loss of the season looked familiar: poor perimeter shooting, lack of shot creation, and a porous defense.