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    Default Final: Toronto Raptors 106 - New York Knicks 104



    Toronto Raptors @ New York Knicks

    24-22, 2nd Atlantic, (Road: 8-16) -- 18-26, 3rd Atlantic, (Home: 11-13)

    WHEN: Thurs., Jan. 28, 2010 at 7:30 pm ET
    WHERE: Madison Square Garden
    TV/Radio: TSN2, TSN2 HD, FAN590 Radio



    TORONTO RAPTORS
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    Starters

    (L to R): Jack, Weems, Turkoglu, Bosh, Bargnani

    Bench

    (L to R): Belinelli, Calderon, Johnson, Nestrovic, Wright, O'Bryant

    Team Injuries/Inactive List

    (L to R): Banks, Evans, DeRozan

    NEW YORK KNICKS
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    Starters

    (L to R): Duhon, Chandler, Jefferies, Gallinari, Lee

    Bench

    (L to R): Harrington, Bender, Robinson, Hughes, Douglas, Landry, Hill

    Team Injuries/Inactive List

    (L to R): Curry, Milicic, Mobley

    Who's Hot

    TORONTO RAPTORS


    Bargnani: 20.7 ppg in last 6 gp / Bosh: 25.8 ppg in last 4 gp

    NEW YORK KNICKS


    Lee: 23.3 ppg in last 3 gp / Harrington: 16.4 ppg in last 7 gp

    Key Match-ups


    David Lee vs. Andrea Bargnani


    Danilo Gallinari vs. Chris Bosh

    GAME PREVIEWS


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    Prediction

    - 113
    - 94

    After beating contending teams like LA, Dallas and Miami, we better not bend over and take one to the lowly Knicks.

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    Bellinelli will be trying real hard to be on tonight (he didnt play the last one). Hope he has a good one for his fans and family in Bologna. I am sure the coverage from MSG (with Gallinari there) with Italian reportage is much more.

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    Quote James Ballswin (Realizar) wrote: View Post
    Is that to symbolize the Raps' 25th win tonight? If so I totally agree!

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    Quote JibbaJabba34 wrote: View Post
    Is that to symbolize the Raps' 25th win tonight? If so I totally agree!
    That is correct! We're "on route" to win #25!

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    Oh oh. I smell the stink of an upset tonight. 2nd of a back to back on the road, and David Lee will CHEESED, whether he admits it or not, that he got left off the All Star team. Look for him to let out his aggression and have a monster game.

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    Nate Robinson has been very good here near the end of the third quarter

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    Oh my, Amir Johnson with some big plays to keep the Raptors in the lead midway through the fourth.

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    Close game down the stretch -- Raps lead 97-96 with three plus minutes to go.

    Amir Johnson just fouled out. It's a pity, he's played well here.

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    Alright, another win. Hopefully they can now start eating into the Magic's hold on 4th.

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    Best win of the year by far.

    1. Raptors just had two big wins at home
    2. Second game of a back to back and this one on the road.
    3. Some very questionable officiating especially by Mr. Tony Brown
    4. 20 plus turnovers including 6 by CB4
    5. A deep under the bus by Andrea except for that great last minute block

    Despite all of that they found a way to win.

    A great win. The team is coming together.

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    The obligatory...

    Raptors Win!

    Raptors Win!

    Raptors Win!

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    God that was a poorly officiated game... just awful. On both sides of the ball.

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    A win in the second night of a back to back, on the road against a team like the Knicks that usually abuse tired teams was all I need to strongly believe this team is going to win 50 games

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    Photo of the Game:


    (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)

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    Quote James Ballswin (Realizar) wrote: View Post
    Photo of the Game:


    (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
    Where is the "Ball"? Ask Hedo

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    Bosh had 2, usually 3 defenders around him most of the night-and he still managed to put up 27 points. He just grinded it out tonight, great effort.

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