This should be an interesting affair.
They've yet to lose on a Saturday night this season, and have two of their players, giving All-Star type performances on a near-nightly basis.
But tonight, they face Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, JJ Redick and the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Clips as well are coming off a win over the Chicago Bulls and have had a slightly better season than most of Toronto's recent opponents. With a 30 and 15 record, even minus Chris Paul, the Clips have been one of the league's best and therefore tonight we'll likely get to see just how far this Toronto group has come, or whether the concerns I discussed earlier this morning are indeed valid issues.
With that, the HQ's Kayla Grey breaks down tonight's contest between the Dinos and Lob City.