2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
7-3, 2nd in Atlantic
Boucher stuffs Harrell at the rim (0:27)
4h
Harrell throws down emphatic slam (0:18)
4h
Raptors, Clippers exchange buckets and the lead (0:27)
4h
Gasol finds Siakam for slam in 2nd (0:16)
5h

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors fans at Staples Center are making their presence felt. It feels like half the arena if not more is filled with Toronto fans, who have chanted "Let's go Raptors" several times already in first quarter.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

OG Anunoby was poked in the right eye and is out for the rest of the game against the Clippers.

Lowry is a fan of load management (1:46)
13h
23h

The Hoop Collective: How Good Are The Lakers And Can They Keep This Up?

With the Lakers off to a hot start, Dave McMenamin and Bobby Marks join Brian Windhorst to discuss LA's title hopes and if they can keep this defense up for the entire season (19:38). But before that, what really happened to Dion Waiters -- and what should Miami do about it? Plus, the guys talk about Toronto's stifling defense (32:58) and how Gordon Hayward's injury will impact the Eastern Conference (39:28).

LeBron swats Anunoby's layup into the seats (0:32)
1d
Nurse gives out hugs after winning 1st coach's challenge (1:04)
1d
VanVleet, Siakam drop double-doubles in win vs. Lakers (1:44)
1d
Siakam throws down fast-break dunk to extend Raptors' lead (0:15)
1d
Boucher gets the block and slam at the other end (0:27)
1d
AP Photo/Jeff Chiu
3d

Raptors' Lowry out 2 weeks; Ibaka indefinitely

Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry has been diagnosed with a fracture of the distal phalanx of his left thumb and will be reevaluated in two weeks, the team announced Saturday.

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2dOhm Youngmisuk

Kawhi excited to face Raptors in 'fun' reunion

Kawhi Leonard said Saturday that he's looking forward to facing the Toronto Raptors when his former team visits Los Angeles on Monday to face Leonard's Clippers. Leonard led the Raptors to their first championship last season.

Raptors forward Serge Ibaka (No. 9) is helped off the court by guards Norman Powell (No. 24) and Fred VanVleet (No. 23) after suffering a sprained ankle against the Pelicans on Friday night.
3dAndrew Lopez

Lowry, Ibaka sidelined as Raptors beat Pelicans

The Raptors beat New Orleans on Friday night, but the defending NBA champions lost Kyle Lowry to a small fracture in his left thumb and Serge Ibaka to a sprained ankle.

Siakam drops 44 points vs. Pelicans (2:02)
3d
Siakam muscles in layup through contact (0:27)
3d
Lowry feeds Powell for 3-ball (0:28)
3d
Siakam posts double-double in victory vs. Kings (1:12)
5d

Team Stats

Points Per Game112.511th
Rebounds Per Game46.116th
Assists Per Game25.18th
Points Allowed106.721st

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2019-2073.700
2018-195824.707
2017-185923.720
2016-175131.622
2015-165626.683