Hopefully the Raptors give us a better performance tonight — but we also get to watch Paolo Banchero!
Slow starts, bad defense, and poor shooting have plagued the Raptors for the past two games. Can they right the ship?
At least the Raptors showed some fight in the fourth, but it was too little and far too late.
The Raptors’ competitiveness has waxed and waned from night to night. Let’s find out which version of this team shows up in Brooklyn tonight!
Who’s had a good start for the Raptors, and who has "room for improvement"? Let’s break it down.
The Raptors 905 could not put together four decent quarters against an undermanned and undersized Delaware Blue Coats team who handed them their fourth straight loss of the season.
They’ll face a Nets team slowly rising in the rankings after a coaching switch.
Gary Trent Jr. was the sole positive in a rough night for the entire Toronto squad.
The ascending Raptors take on one of the West’s top teams tonight — on their turf. It’ll be a fun time.
A nearly healthy Raptors team will face the Pelicans in the Big Easy tonight: Preview, start time & more
With Pascal Siakam, Scottie Barnes, and Fred VanVleet back in the lineup, can the Raptors beat Zion and the New Orleans Pelicans?
Pascal Siakam made a triumphant return to the lineup, with incredible help from O.G. Anunoby, as Toronto topples Cleveland 100-88.
After a thrilling win over the Mavs, the Raptors look to topple one of the East’s best early season stories in the Cavaliers.
We’re already a quarter of the way through the season. As the Raptors slowly get more bodies back, this week presents an interesting mix of opponents and challenges.
After gutting out a shorthanded victory against the Mavericks, the Raptors complete their homestand versus the third-place Cavs.
Fred VanVleet made a triumphant return to the lineup, O.G. Anunoby shut down Luka Doncic, and Chris Boucher steadied the bench as Toronto toppled Dallas, 105-100
The ball hasn’t been tipped but Toronto is already ahead 6-0. Wait, the number of injured players doesn’t count toward the final score? Damn!
Who will step up offensively for the Raptors, and who can guard Luka Doncic tonight? Preview, start time, and more
The Raps have had time to rest and recover from a rough performance last game. Facing off against one of the league’s best players, who will step up and lead the Raptors back into the win column?
The offense was pretty when it worked, but oh boy, the 905 better not show Nick Nurse the tape, as the defense left a lot to be desired.
The Raptors will be without three starters as they welcome Brooklyn’s "big three" to Toronto.
The Toronto Raptors get to knock a name off their injured list, in Gary Trent Jr. — and play their first of just two games this week at home against the Brooklyn Nets.
This past weekend, the Raptors 905 travelled to Delaware for a one-off match with the Blue Coats. Defense was optional for both teams, and the Raptors 905 gladly obliged and could not make enough stops to make it a decent game.
A valiant effort by what’s left of the Raptors roster, but a missed bunny in regulation gave the Hawks a chance to steal the game away in overtime.
A depleted raptors squad heads out on the road, tonight facing a near-full-strength Hawks team. Let’s watch!
Down half their rotation, can the Raptors rekindle the scoring magic from the last time they played Atlanta?c
The Raptors 905 made it rain late Monday morning in Greensboro but had to survive a late rally by the Swarm.
The Raptors 905 survived Westchester Knicks’ James Akinjo and MJ Walker’s 1-2 punch, handing them back-to-back losses en route to a 3-1 Showcase Cup start.
VanVleet returned, Young shined, but O.G. dominated.
With a total of nine players on tonight’s injury report, it won’t be a true Heat-Raptors matchup — but it’s the spirit that counts.
Canada is the only team to go undefeated (10-0) in the qualifying rounds.
How will a Raptors squad missing some of its best hold up against Kyle Lowry, Jimmy Butler, and a tough Miami squad?
Dalano Banton had 27 points to lead the way, but it was a full team effort to ward off a late Pistons run.
Two teams missing their star players meet up in Detroit. Big question: can Toronto muster up the offense to win?
In a three-game week where Toronto faces two possible playoff foes, is it strange that the one against the lottery team is the most worrisome?