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Raptors vs. Sixers: It's Still an NBA Game Folks!

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The Raps look to have a perfect week at home and move to 4-0 against the Sixers.

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The Sixers are 1-23 this season so in no way should this game scare any Raptor fans, although if the team suffers through one of their frequent slow starts it could be a frustrating night. Ideally this game isn't competitive in the second half, so Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan can get some much needed rest before the team heads out on the road.

With this week's road trip stopping in Indy, Charlotte and South Beach, the Raps will need their starters to be at 100% to be able to prove themselves against their rival contenders in the east.

There's not much useful basketball analysis to talk about since the Sixers are basically just a glorified D-League team, so let's take a look at what some of the game's best have done against Philly this season:

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After watching those two videos, what's your prediction for Lowry's stat line tonight?

And also can we get a Boban Marjanovic-esque performance from Bebe Nogueira?!

To the comments!