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Raptors vs. Suns: Time to Bounce Back

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The Toronto Raptors saw their 11-game win streak come to an end on Monday, but they'll be right back at it Tuesday night for a date with the Phoenix Suns.

DeMar DeRozan drives to the basket for a layup
DeMar DeRozan drives to the basket for a layup
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All good things come to an end.

The Toronto Raptors learned that on Monday night with a humbling loss at the hands of the Denver Nuggets. There's no time to mope about it as Toronto returns to action on Tuesday against the Phoenix Suns.

Phoenix has dropped off a cliff since the last time these teams met as Eric Bledsoe has been lost to a severe injury and coach Jeff Hornacek has been relieved of his duties. Sometimes a wounded animal is the most dangerous, so the Raptors can't take anything for granted.

With tip-off just half an hour away, here are some of today's stories from around the world wide web to get you up to speed:

Russell Peddle has our game preview.

Dave King of Bright Side of the Sun sets up tonight's action from a Phoenix perspective.

Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan were named Eastern Conference Players of the Month.

Sportsnet's Raptors roundtable counts down some of the top moments from Toronto's win streak.

Ryan Wolstat catches you up with what went down last night, injury updates an Norm Powell's chances of participating in the dunk contest.

Jeff Simmons offers four takeaways from Masai Ujiri's recent interview with Tim and Sid.

Josh Lewenberg writes about the fine line between friendship and chemistry in sport and how it pertains to the Raptors.

Now that you're all caught up, let's get to commenting.