By Kiyan Sobhani
Home-court advantage is at stake tonight..
By Garrett Hinchey
Raps right the ship in Charlotte with a solid, if boring performance.
Raptors break the Charlotte curse.
Can the Raptors, just for once, please start guarding Gerald Henderson?
By William Lou
Raptors lose on a buzzer-beater by Marcus Smart in OT
By Ryan McNeill
Here are notes, quotes and observations from Toronto’s 117-116 loss to Boston in overtime:
Banged-up Raptors try and get back on the winning track against a division rival.
Raptors in Brooklyn tonight to – hopefully – kick the Nets out of the playoffs
By Michael Holian
Wednesday night offered two main subplots. The Raptors attempt to gain needed momentum, and part two of Andrew Wiggins facing off against his hometown team.
By Tamberlyn Richardson
With Steve Nash’s retirement Canadian Andrew Wiggins will likely assume the crown and moniker Captain Canada. Tonight he’ll look to have a better showing versus the Raptors on his home court.
DeMar DeRozan went nuts, led the Raptors to their first win against an above .500 team since that drubbing of the Hawks in mid-February.
Rockets soar into town having just unseeded Memphis as Southwest Division leaders and second seed in the West. It’s the last team above .500 Raptors face this season and an opportunity for them to perform well and build their confidence.