2021 Season

2021 Schedule
5-8, 5th in Atlantic
Lowry steps back for clutch bucket over Hayward (0:17)
3d
VanVleet drains wide-open 3 as time expires (0:20)
5d
Siakam's behind-the-back pass leads to Boucher and-1 bucket (0:33)
8d
9d

Warriors hold off Raptors 106-105 on off night by Curry

— Damion Lee converted the tying and go-ahead free throws with 3.3 seconds left and the Golden State Warriors withstood a rough fourth quarter to hold off the Toronto Raptors 106-105 on Sunday night despite uncharacteristic struggles by Stephen Curry.

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10d

No fans for Raptors, Lightning amid virus surge

The Raptors, who are playing their home games in Tampa, Florida, will join the NHL's Lightning in not having fans until Feb. 5 at the earliest due to a surge in COVID-19 cases in the state.

11d

Raptors set franchise scoring record, win 144-123 over Kings

— Pascal Siakam had 17 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds, Toronto made 20 3-pointers and the Raptors set a franchise record for scoring while winning for the second time this season, 144-123 over the Sacramento Kings on Friday night.

VanVleet drops 34 points in comeback win vs. Kings (1:58)
11d
VanVleet puts the moves on Bagley for bucket (0:15)
11d
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13dTim Bontemps

NBA grapples with D.C. turmoil: 'A sad reality'

Many throughout the sports world have been left trying to process the events of the past 24 hours, beginning with a prosecutor's ruling in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and culminating with a mob of Donald Trump supporters storming the U.S. Capitol.

Siakam makes his way to the bucket for the score (0:19)
13d
CP3's steal leads to breakaway layup (0:17)
13d
Why Pierce thinks the Raptors should move Lowry (1:17)
14d
14d

Do You Believe with Richard Jefferson

Zach and Richard Jefferson play "Do You Believe?" with some early-season NBA trends: the frisky Knicks, the struggling Raptors, the 6-1 Sixers, and potential challengers to the Lakers in the West.

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15dTim Bontemps

Lowry: Raptors' swagger missing amid 1-5 start

After a reeling Toronto team fell to 1-5 following Monday's loss to the undermanned Celtics, Kyle Lowry said the Raptors "have no swagger" right now and need to "get a little bit grittier, get a little bit tougher and a little bit nastier."

VanVleet sinks crazy shot while falling down (0:20)
15d
17d

Bledoe, Ingram lead Pelicans past Raptors, 120-116

— Eric Bledsoe capped a 19-point, 10-assist performance with a go-ahead 3-pointer in the final minute, and the New Orleans Pelicans held on for a 120-116 victory over the Toronto Raptors on Saturday night.

Zion's block accidentally sets up VanVleet's 3 (0:16)
17d
Lowry called for Flagrant 1 after tripping Bledsoe (0:46)
17d

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Team Stats

Points Per Game111.812th
Rebounds Per Game43.420th
Assists Per Game24.618th
Points Allowed110.717th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2020-2158.385
2019-205319.736
2018-195824.707
2017-185923.720
2016-175131.622