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2017-18 SCHEDULE Day Date Opponent Time (ET)/Result Thu. Oct. 19 Chicago W 117 - 100

2017-18 SCHEDULE

Day

Date

Opponent

Time (ET)/Result

Thu.

Oct. 19

Chicago

W 117-100

Sat.

Oct. 21

Philadelphia

W 128-94

Mon.

Oct. 23

at San Antonio

L 101-97

Wed.

Oct. 25

at Golden State

L 117-112

Fri.

Oct. 27

at L.A. Lakers

W 101-92

Mon.

Oct. 30

at Portland

W 99-85

Wed.

Nov. 1

at Denver

L 129-111

Fri.

Nov. 3

at Utah

W 109-100

Sun.

Nov. 5

Washington

L 107-96

Tue.

Nov. 7

Chicago

W 119-114

Thu.

Nov. 9

New Orleans

W

122-118

Sun.

Nov. 12

at Boston

L 95-94

Tue.

Nov. 14

at Houston

W 129-113

Wed.

Nov. 15

at New Orleans

W 125-116

Fri.

Nov. 17

New York

W 107-84

Sun.

Nov. 19

Washington

W 100-91

Wed.

Nov. 22

at New York

L 108-100

Fri.

Nov. 24

at Indiana

L 107-104

Sat.

Nov. 25

at Atlanta

W 112-78

Wed.

Nov. 29

Charlotte

W 126-113

Fri.

Dec. 1

Indiana

W 120-115

Tues. Dec. 5

Phoenix

W 126-113

Fri.

Dec. 8

at Memphis

W 116-107

Sun.

Dec. 10

at Sacramento

W 102-87

Mon.

Dec. 11

at L.A. Clippers

L 96-91

Wed.

Dec. 13

at Phoenix

W 115-109

Fri.

Dec. 15

Brooklyn

W 120-87

Sun.

Dec. 17

Sacramento

W 108-93

Wed.

Dec. 20

at Charlotte

W 129-111

Thu.

Dec. 21

at Philadelphia

W 114-109

Sat.

Dec. 23

Philadelphia

W 102-86

Tues. Dec. 26

at Dallas

L 98-93

Wed.

Dec. 27

at Oklahoma City L 124-107

Fri.

Dec. 29

Atlanta

W111-98

Mon.

Jan. 1

Milwaukee

7:30 p.m.

Wed.

Jan. 3

at Chicago

8:00 p.m.

Fri.

Jan. 5

at Milwaukee

8:00 p.m.

Mon.

Jan. 8

at Brooklyn

7:30 p.m.

Tue.

Jan. 9

Miami

7:30 p.m.

Thu.

Jan. 11

Cleveland

8:00 p.m. ^

Sat.

Jan. 13

Golden State

7:30 p.m.

Mon.

Jan. 15

at Philadelphia

1:00 p.m.

Wed.

Jan. 17

Detroit

7:30 p.m.

Fri.

Jan. 19

San Antonio

7:00 p.m.

Sat.

Jan. 20

at Minnesota

9:00 p.m.

Wed.

Jan. 24

at Atlanta

7:30 p.m.

Fri.

Jan. 26

Utah

7:30 p.m.

Sun.

Jan. 28

L.A. Lakers

6:00 p.m.

Tue.

Jan. 30

Minnesota

7:30 p.m.

Thu.

Feb. 1

at Washington

7:00 p.m.

Fri.

Feb. 2

Portland

7:30 p.m.

Sun.

Feb. 4

Memphis

12:00 p.m.

Tue.

Feb. 6

Boston

7:30 p.m.

Thu.

Feb. 8

New York

7:30 p.m.

Sun.

Feb. 11

at Charlotte

1:00 p.m.

Tue.

Feb. 13

Miami

7:00 p.m.

Wed.

Feb. 14

at Chicago

8:00 p.m.

Fri.

Feb. 23

Milwaukee

7:30 p.m.

Mon.

Feb. 26

Detroit

7:30 p.m.

Wed.

Feb. 28

at Orlando

7:00 p.m.

Fri.

Mar. 2

at Washington

8:00 p.m. *

Sun.

Mar. 4

Charlotte

6:00 p.m.

Tue.

Mar. 6

Atlanta

7:00 p.m.

Wed.

Mar. 7

at Detroit

8:00 p.m. *

Fri.

Mar. 9

Houston

7:30 p.m.

Sun.

Mar. 11

at New York

1:00 p.m.

Tue.

Mar. 13

at Brooklyn

7:30 p.m.

Thu.

Mar. 15

at Indiana

7:00 p.m.

Fri.

Mar. 16

Dallas

7:30 p.m.

Sun.

Mar. 18

Oklahoma City

1:00 p.m.

Tue.

Mar. 20

at Orlando

7:00 p.m.

Wed.

Mar. 21

at Cleveland

7:00 p.m. *

Fri.

Mar. 23

Brooklyn

7:30 p.m.

Sun.

Mar. 25

L.A. Clippers

6:00 p.m.

Tue.

Mar. 27

Denver

7:30 p.m.

Sat.

Mar. 31

at Boston

7:30 p.m. #

Tue.

Apr. 3

at Cleveland

7:00 p.m.

Wed.

Apr. 4

Boston

7:00 p.m. *

Fri.

Apr. 6

Indiana

7:30 p.m.

Sun.

Apr. 8

Orlando

6:00 p.m. #

Mon.

Apr. 9

at Detroit

7:00 p.m.

Wed.

Apr. 11

at Miami

8:00 p.m.

KEY:

^ TNT

* ESPN

# NBA TV

GAME #35 - TORONTO RAPTORS (24-10) vs. MILWAUKEE BUCKS (19-15) MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 2018 - 7:30 P.M. - AIR CANADA CENTRE TV: SPORTSNET ONE - RADIO: TSN RADIO 1050

TEAM NOTES

The Toronto Raptors host the Milwaukee Bucks at Air Canada Centre on New Year’s Day. The Raptors are 3-2 overall when playing on New Year’s Day and a perfect 2-0 when playing at Air Canada Centre. Toronto defeated the L.A. Lakers 123-114 last year at Staples Center on Jan. 1 and last hosted a New Year’s Day game in 2016 vs. Charlotte.

Toronto will face Milwaukee for the first time since their 2017 first-round NBA playoff series. The Raptors rallied from a 2-1 deficit to defeat the Bucks in six games, advancing to the Eastern Conference semi-finals for a second straight year. Toronto won the final three games of its series against Milwaukee, including two wins at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. DeMar DeRozan led the Raptors averaging 23.5 points against Milwaukee.

Toronto has an NBA-best 13-1 (.926) record at home. The Raptors have won 11 in a row (Nov. 7 - Dec. 23) at Air Canada Centre - tied for the second longest winning streak at home in franchise history. The Raptors won a franchise-record 12 straight games Jan. 18 Mar. 4, 2016. Air Canada Centre has been sold-out for 151 consecutive games (including playoffs).

HOME-AWAY SPLITS

 

W-L

FG%

3FG%

FT%

REB

AST

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

HOME

13-1

.482

.355

.785

44.4

23.8

8.2

13.0

6.6

114.4

ROAD

11-9

.464

.346

.806

41.1

22.2

9.2

14.7

5.2

108.0

DeMar DeRozan has led (or tied for the lead) in scoring during 12 of Toronto’s 14 home victories this season. DeRozan is averaging almost three points more at home (25.8) than on the road (22.9). He is shooting .506 (131-259) from the field overall at Air Canada Centre with 13 three-pointers, compared to .460 (154-335) on the road.

Toronto plays seven consecutive games (Dec. 29-Jan. 11) against Eastern Conference opponents. The Raptors also play nine of the next 10 games against the East. Toronto (13-4, .765) has the second-best record against the East this season, trailing only Golden State (13-3). The Raptors have won eight straight games against Eastern Conference opponents (Nov. 25-Dec. 29).

Toronto (11-3) finished with the best record in the Eastern Conference during the month of December and the second- best record in the NBA overall trailing only Golden State (12-1). Toronto’s .786-win percentage last month was the best for December in franchise history. The Raptors were 11-4 (.733) in December 2014 and 10-4 (.714) in December 2016. The Raptors have achieved a winning December record in five consecutive seasons.

DECEMBER SPLITS (10-3)

 

FG%

3FG%

FT%

REB

AST

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

 

RAPTORS

.451

.344

.821

43.5

22.5

9.5

13.3

5.4

111.0

 

OPPONENTS

.458

.320

.746

42.5

21.1

7.6

16.5

6.2

102.7

 

PROBABLE STARTERS

 

F

- OG ANUNOBY #3

 

MIN: 21.0

REB: 2.2

AST: 0.9

STL: 0.9

TO: 0.7

BLK: 0.1

PTS: 6.7

Contributed nine points (3-8 FG, 3-6 3FG), two steals and one block Dec. 29 vs. Atlanta

 

Averaging 7.3 points, 2.0 rebounds and 23.2 minutes in 22 games as a starter.

 

Ranks fourth among rookies with a .415 (44-for-106) three-point field goal percentage.

 

Scored a career-high 20 points (7-9 FG) and made a career-best six three-pointers Dec. 20 at Charlotte.

 

F

- SERGE IBAKA #9

 

MIN: 27.9

REB: 6.0

AST: 0.7

STL: 0.3

TO: 1.2

BLK: 1.4

PTS: 13.8

Served a one game suspension Dec. 29 vs. Atlanta after a violation of team rules.

 

Earned his second double-double (11points, 12 rebounds) of the season Dec. 26 at Dallas.

 

Toronto is a perfect 5-0 this season when he scores 20-or-more points (Last: Dec. 20 at Charlotte).

 

Is shooting .505 (164-325) from the floor - his highest field percentage since the 2013-14 season with OKC (.536).

C

- JONAS VALANCIUNAS #17

MIN: 21.1

REB: 7.7

AST: 0.6

STL: 0.4

TO: 1.4

BLK: 0.7

PTS: 11.1

Earned his seventh double-double (13 points, 11 rebounds) Dec. 29 vs. Atlanta. Also recorded two blocks.

Leads the team averaging 7.7 rebounds - has collected 10-or-more rebounds seven times.

 

Shooting a career-best .860 (74-for-86) at the free throw line and .357 (5-for-14) from three-point range.

 

Averaged 12.0 points, 8.5 rebounds and shot .517 from the field in December.

 

G

- DEMAR DEROZAN #10

 

MIN: 34.4

REB: 4.3

AST: 4.9

STL: 1.2

TO: 2.4

BLK: 0.3

PTS: 24.1

Scored a team-high 25 points (10-18 FG, 2-4 3FG, 3-3 FT) along with five assists Dec. 29 vs. Atlanta.

 

Ranks 13th in NBA scoring (24.1 points) and third in free throws made (217).

 

Averaged 25.2 points, 5.1 assists and 4.3 rebounds and shot .474 (107-229) from the field in December.

 

Named Eastern Conference Player of the Week (Dec. 18-24). Averaged 34 points and made 13 three-pointers.

G

- KYLE LOWRY #7

 

MIN: 32.6

REB: 6.1

AST: 7.1

STL: 1.2

TO: 2.6

BLK: 0.1

PTS: 15.9

Finished with 12 points (5-15 FG, 2-9 3FG), five assists and five rebounds Dec. 29 vs. Atlanta.

 

Earned his team-leading 13th double-double (13 points, 10 assists) Dec. 27 at Oklahoma City.

Ranked seventh in the NBA averaging 7.1 assists; the Raptors are 6-1 when he dishes out 10-or-more assists.

Averaged 14.9 points, 7.2 assists and 5.9 rebounds and shot .332 (36-102) from 3-point range in December.

2017-18 RECORDS

 

W-L

EAST

WEST

OVERALL

24-10

13-4

11-6

HOME

13-1

10-1

3-0

AWAY

11-9

3-3

8-6

OVERTIME

0-0

0-0

0-0

INJURY REPORT

None

GAME DETAILS

Opponent: Milwaukee Bucks Date: Monday, January 1 Tip-Off: 7:30 p.m. Venue: Air Canada Centre Television: Sportsnet ONE Radio: TSN Radio 1050

SERIES RECAP VS. MILWAUKEE

 

OVERALL

HOME

ROAD

2016-17

3-1

2-0

1-1

ALL-TIME

35-47

19-22

16-25

STREAKS

Lost 1

Won 4

Lost 1

LAST WIN:

January 27, 2017 (102-86)

LAST HOME WIN:

January 27, 2017 (102-86)

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY:

+42, November 21, 2014

LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT:

-27, November 6, 2007

LAST TIME VS. MILWAUKEE

GAME 63 - MARCH 4, 2017 MILWAUKEE 101, TORONTO 94

MILWAUKEE - Spencer Hawes scored 14 second-quarter points, includ- ing back-to-back 3-pointers and an acrobatic layup while drawing a foul, to spark the Milwaukee Bucks to a 101-94 win over the Toronto Raptors F Hawes played all 12 minutes in the quarter as the Bucks tallied 41 points, their best second-period output of the season F He finished with 16 points, two shy of his season high, and eight rebounds in 17 minutes F Khris Middleton scored a season-high 24 points and Giannis Antetokoun- mpo had 21 for the Milwaukee, which halted a seven-game losing streak to Toronto F Serge Ibaka led Toronto with 19 points F Toronto led 19-12 after the first quarter, with Milwaukee making just four of 22 shots (18 percent) F It marked the Bucks' lowest first-quarter point total of the sea- son F Sparked by Hawes, the Bucks grabbed a 53-42 lead at the half F The Bucks entered the fourth quarter with a 13-point lead, but the Raptors got within four about halfway through the period F Back-to-back baskets by Antetokounmpo put Milwaukee back in control F DeMarre Carroll left the game in the third quarter with a sprained left ankle.

 

1

2

3

4

TOT

TORONTO

19

23

25

27

94

MILWAUKEE

12

41

27

21

101

NEXT GAME DETAILS

Opponent: Chicago Bulls Date: Wednesday, January 3 Tip-Off: 8:00 p.m. (ET) Venue: United Center Television: Sportsnet ONE Radio: TSN Radio 1050

SERIES RECAP VS. CHICAGO

 

OVERALL

HOME

ROAD

2017-18

2-0

2-0

0-0

ALL-TIME

35-48

20-23

15-25

STREAKS

Won 3

Won 3

Lost 6

LAST WIN:

November 7, 2017 (119-114)

LAST ROAD WIN:

December 31, 2013 (85-79)

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY:

+32, December 5, 2009

LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT:

-37, February 19, 1998

LAST TIME VS. CHICAGO

GAME 10 - NOVEMBER 7, 2017 TORONTO 119, CHICAGO 114

TORONTO - DeMar DeRozan scored 24 points, Jonas Valanciunas had 21 points and 10 rebounds, and the Toronto Raptors beat Chicago 119-

114 on Tuesday night for their first three-game winning streak over the Bulls since 2009 F Kyle Lowry scored 17 points and Serge Ibaka had 16

for the Raptors F Chicago's Bobby Portis had 21 points and 13 rebounds

in his first game of the season, Robin Lopez scored 20 and Justin Holiday

had 15 as Chicago lost for the fourth time in five games F Portis returned to the lineup after being suspended for the first eight games of the season

F Toronto led by as many as 23 but Chicago cut the deficit to 115-112

DeRozan answered

with a turnaround jump shot with 20 seconds left, leading to a Bulls timeout F Ibaka was called for goaltending on Valentine's driving layup,

but DeRozan made a pair of free throws to restore Toronto's five-point cushion.

following a hook shot by Portis with 41 seconds left

 

1

2

3

4

TOT

CHICAGO

26

19

36

33

114

TORONTO

29

36

33

21

119

GAME 34 - DECEMBER 29, 2017 TORONTO 111, ATLATNA 98

RECENT GAMES PLAYED

GAME 33 - DECEMBER 27, 2017 OKLAHOMA CITY 124, TORONTO 107

TORONTO - DeMar DeRozan scored 25 points, Jonas Valanciunas had

OKLAHOMA CITY - Russell Westbrook had 30 points, 13 assists and

13

points and 11 rebounds, and the Raptors beat the Atlanta Hawks 111-

eight rebounds and the Oklahoma City Thunder held off the Toronto

98

on Friday night for their 11th straight win at Air Canada Centre F

Raptors 124-107 F Paul George scored 33 points - going 7 of 10 from 3-

Toronto is 13-1 at home this season, best in the NBA F The Raptors are one win away from matching the longest home winning streak in fran- chise history, set between Jan. 18 and Mar. 6, 2016 F Kyle Lowry

point range - and Carmelo Anthony and Steven Adams had 18 points each for Oklahoma City, which has won six straight and is 12-3 in De- cember F The Thunder won despite being on the wrong end of a 23-2

scored 12 points, Delon Wright had 13 and Jakob Poeltl added 10 re- bounds as Toronto finished December at 11-3, its best record ever in the month F Toronto snapped a two-game skid despite the absence of for-

run in the first half, during which the Raptors built a 12-point lead F C.J. Miles led the Raptors with 20 points, while Jonas Valanciunas added 16 and DeMar DeRozan had 15 F Miles went 6 of 12 from 3-point range

ward Serge Ibaka, who the Raptors suspended for one game following an

but the Raptors finished 11 of 38 from three-point range

The Thunder

altercation with a team staff member

tive games three times this season but have yet to lose three in a row F

Taurean Prince had a career-high 30 points and 10 rebounds, but Atlan- ta's two-game winning streak ended.

The Raptors have lost consecu-

posted a 52-34 edge in rebounding F Oklahoma City rallied to take a 66- 63 halftime lead and outscored Toronto 18-10 over the final 5:41 of the third quarter F The Thunder went up 102-88 on a late 3-pointer by Ray- mond Felton, then pulled away in the fourth quarter, their lead peaking at 117-96 with 4:47 left on a 3-pointer by George.

 

1

2

3

4

TOT

ATLANTA

22

25

22

29

98

1

2

3

4

TOT

TORONTO

30

32

26

23

111

TORONTO

38

25

25

19

107

 

OKLAHOMA CITY

32

34

36

22

124

ADDITIONAL TEAM NOTES

DECEMBER 21: DeMar DeRozan scored a career-best 45 points at Philadelphia. He became just the fourth player in Raptors history to record at least 45 points in a game; joining Vince Carter (5X), Terrence Ross and Charlie Villanueva. DeRozan also made

a career-high six three-pointers against the Sixers. Toronto rallied from a 22-point deficit versus Philadelphia for a 114-109 victory, which tied for the second-largest comeback win in franchise history.

DECEMBER 10: Dwane Casey coached his 500th game for the Raptors at Sacramento. Casey is the longest serving coach in franchise history (seven seasons) and the win- ningest. Under Casey’s guidance the Raptors improved their win total in five consecutive seasons (2011-16), including a franchise-record 56 wins during the 2015-16 season. Casey’s also holds the team record for playoff victories (17) and guided the Raptors to the 2016 Eastern Conference Finals for the first time.

NOVEMBER 21: DeMar DeRozan was named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for games played November 13-19. He has won the award six times during his nine seasons in Toronto. DeRozan averaged 26.8 points, 7.3 rebounds and 6.0 assists, while shooting .573 (43-for-75) from the field. He helped the Raptors to a perfect 4-0 week, defeating four opponents with a winning record.

OCTOBER 16: The NBA announced that 108 international players from a record 42 countries and territories are on opening-night rosters for the 2017-18 season. Canada (11 players) is most-represented country among the 108 players. The Raptors and Utah Jazz have an NBA-high seven international players each; OG Anunoby (United King- dom), Bruno Caboclo and Lucas Nogueira (Brazil), Serge Ibaka (Republic of the Congo), Jakob Poeltl (Austria), Pascal Siakam (Cameroon) and Jonas Valanciunas (Lithuania).

AUGUST 29: Scotiabank and Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) announced an expanded sponsorship and philanthropic partnership which will see the home of the Toronto Raptors transformed into the Scotiabank Arena in July, 2018.

AUGUST 15: Raptors 905, the NBA G League affiliate of the Toronto Raptors, will host the NBA G League Showcase for the second consecutive season. The four-day, 26- game event will run from Jan. 10-13, 2018, and feature the league’s 26 teams playing two regular-season games each in Mississauga, Ontario. The NBA G League Showcase will have as many as seven games per day across two courts at the Hershey Centre and adjoining SportZone complex.

AUGUST 3: The Raptors announced that head coach Dwane Casey and his team will hold training camp in Victoria, British Columbia. This marks the fourth consecutive year Toronto will hold training camp in British Columbia and fifth time in team history. The

Raptors have held a portion of camp outside the province of Ontario 10 times. In addition to Victoria, the team has trained in Vancouver (2010, 2014, 2015 and 2016), Halifax (2012 and 2013), Treviso and Rome, Italy and Madrid, Spain as part of NBA Europe Live

in 2007, and Buffalo, New York (2000 and 2001).

JULY 6: The Toronto Raptors and Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada (“Sun Life”) expanded their long-standing partnership to feature a prominent program in support of diabetes awareness and prevention, and beginning in the 2017-18 season, include the first jersey patch partnership in the team’s history. The Sun Life patch will appear on the front left shoulder of Raptors game jerseys. Jersey sponsorships will be introduced league-wide as part of a three-year NBA pilot program.

league - wide as part of a three - year NBA pilot program. JUNE 30: The

JUNE 30: The Raptors announced they have promoted Bobby Webster to general manager. Webster joined the Raptors front office in 2013 as vice president, basketball management & strategy, and helped construct a roster that won three consecutive Atlan- tic Division titles (2013-16) and back-to-back 50-win seasons for the first time in franchise history. He came to the Raptors after working for the NBA league office in New York for the previous seven seasons in the NBA's CBA group.

2017-18 TRANSACTIONS

JUNE 26: Selected forward OG Anunoby 23rd overall in the 2017 NBA Draft. JUNE 28: Promoted Bobby Webster to general manager, Dan Tolzman to assistant general manager / vice president, player personnel and Keith Boyarsky to vice president, basketball strategy & research.

JULY 7: Re-signed free-agent forward-centre Serge Ibaka. JULY 7: Re-signed free-agent guard Kyle Lowry. JULY 9: Signed first-round draft pick OG Anunoby to a rookie-scale contract. JULY 9: Signed guard-forward Malcolm Miller to a two-way contract and forward Alfonzo McKinnie to a multi-year contract. JULY 13: Acquired centre Justin Hamilton from Brooklyn in exchange for forward De- Marre Carroll, a future first-round pick and a future second-round pick. JULY 14: Waived centre Justin Hamilton JULY 14: Acquired the draft rights to forward Emir Preldzic from Indiana in exchange for guard Cory Joseph. JULY 18: Signed free-agent guard-forward C.J. Miles to a multi-year contract. JULY 18: Signed free-agent forward Kennedy Meeks. JULY 25: Signed free-agent guard Lorenzo Brown to a two-way contract.

AUGUST 15: Signed free-agent forward Kyle Wiltjer. AUGUST 22: Signed free-agent forward K.J. McDaniels

SEPTEMBER 8: Named Luke Winn as the club’s Director, Prospect Strategy. SEPTEMBER 25: Signed free-agent guard Andy Rautins.

OCTOBER 7: Waived Kennedy Meeks, Andy Rautins and Kyle Wiltjer. OCTOBER 8: Signed guard Norman Powell to a multi-year contract extension . OCTOBER 11: Signed free-agent guard Davion Berry. OCTOBER 14: Waived Davion Berry. OCTOBER 16: Placed Lorenzo Brown, Bruno Caboclo, Malcolm Miller (post-surgery, right ankle) and K.J. McDaniels on the inactive list. OCTOBER 21: Placed Alfonzo McKinnie on the inactive list. Activated Bruno Caboclo. OCTOBER 22: Waived K.J. McDaniels. OCTOBER 23: Activated Alfonzo McKinnie. Placed Jonas Valanciunas (left ankle sprain) on the inactive list.

NOVEMBER 1: Placed Bruno Caboclo on the inactive list. Activated Jonas Valanciunas. NOVEMBER 3: Placed C.J. Miles (flu-like symptoms) on the inactive list. Activated Bruno Caboclo. NOVEMBER 5: Placed Alfonzo McKinnie on the inactive list. Activated C.J. Miles. NOVEMBER 7: Placed Bruno Caboclo on the inactive list. Activated Alfonzo McKinnie. NOVEMEBR 9: Placed Alfonzo McKinnie on the inactive list. NOVEMBER 14: Placed Norman Powell (right hip pointer) on the inactive list. Activated Alfonzo McKinnie. NOVEMBER 17: Activated Lorenzo Brown and Bruno Caboclo. Placed Serge Ibaka (swelling, left knee) and Delon Wright (right shoulder injury) on the inactive list. NOVEMBER 19: Activated Serge Ibaka. NOVEMBER 22: Placed Bruno Caboclo (assignment) on the inactive list. NOVEMBER 24: Placed C.J. Miles (personal) on the inactive list. NOVEMBER 29: Activated C.J. Miles.

DECEMBER 1: Placed Lucas Nogueira (right calf injury) on the inactive list. DECEMBER 8: Activated Malcolm Miller. DECEMBER 13: Placed Malcolm Miller (two-way) on the inactive list. DECEMBER 15: Activated Delon Wright. DECEMBER 17: Placed Serge Ibaka (sore left knee) on the inactive list. DECEMBER 20: Placed Lorenzo Brown (two-way), Alfonzo McKinnie (assignment) and C.J. Miles (dental procedure) on the inactive list. Activated Serge Ibaka & Malcolm Miller. DECEMBER 29: Placed Serge Ibaka (suspension) on the inactive list.

LAST TIME

50+ points Toronto: 51, Terrence Ross, January 25, 2014 vs. L.A. Clippers. Opponent: 50, Damian Lillard; March 4, 2016 vs. Portland.

40+ points Toronto: 45, DeMar DeRozan; December 21, 2017 at Philadelphia. Opponent: 44, Isaiah Thomas; February 1, 2017 at Boston.

Back-to-back 40+ points Toronto: DeMar DeRozan; March 21, 2017 vs. Chicago OT (42) and March 23, 2017 at Miami (40).

20+ rebounds Toronto: 23, Jonas Valanciunas, January 10, 2017 vs. Boston. Opponent: 20, Andre Drummond, March 17, 2017 at Detroit.

20-point, 20-rebound games Toronto: Chris Bosh, November 14, 2006 at Golden State (23 points, 22 rebounds). Opponent: Jared Sullinger, January 15, 2014 at Boston (25 points, 20 rebounds).

15+ assists Toronto: 17, Jose Calderon, December 19, 2012 vs. Detroit. Opponent: 16, Russell Westbrook, March 16, 2017 vs. Oklahoma City.

Triple-doubles Toronto: Kyle Lowry, October 27, 2017 at LA Lakers (11 points, 10 rebounds, 12 assists). Opponent: Russell Westbrook, March 16, 2017 vs. Oklahoma City (24 points, 10 rebounds, 16 assists).

Two 30+ scorers Toronto: Kyle Lowry (36), DeMar DeRozan (30); November 29, 2017 vs. Charlotte. Opponent: Stephen Curry (35), Kevin Durant (30); November 16, 2016 vs. Golden State.

Three 20+ scorers

Toronto: DeMar DeRozan (28), Serge Ibaka (24), OG Anunoby (20); December 20,

2017 at Charlotte.

Opponent: Stephen Curry (30), Kevin Durant (29), Klay Thompson (22); October 25,

2017 at Golden State.

Four 20+ scorers Toronto: DeMar DeRozan (33), Amir Johnson (25), Kyle Lowry (25), Greivis Vasquez (21); March 21, 2014 vs. Oklahoma City (2OT). Opponent: Monta Ellis (27), Dorell Wright (26), Stephen Curry (23), David Lee (21); March 25, 2011 at Golden State.

Three Double Figure Rebounders

Toronto: Jonas Valanciunas (13), Amir Johnson (11), Rudy Gay (10); November 11,

2013 at Houston.

Opponent: Nikola Jokic (12), Kenneth Faried (11), Wilson Chandler (10); November 18,

2016 at Denver (OT).

Three Players with Double-Doubles Toronto: Jonas Valanciunas (31 points, 12 rebounds), Amir Johnson (12 points, 10 rebounds), Kyle Lowry (10 points, 12 assists); January 12, 2015 vs. Detroit. Opponent: LeBron James (28 points, 15 assists), Kevin Love (19 points, 13 rebounds), Tristan Thompson (15 points, 11 rebounds); November 15, 2016 at Cleveland.

Four Players with Double-Doubles Toronto: Andrea Bargnani (28 points, 10 rebounds), Shawn Marion (16 points, , 15 rebounds), Jose Calderon (13 points, 11 assists), Chris Bosh (11 points, 12 rebounds); February 22, 2009 vs. New York. Opponent: Brevin Knight (19 points, 10 assists), Jumaine Jones (17 points, 11 re- bounds), Gerald Wallace (11 points, 14 rebounds), Raymond Felton (10 points, 12 as- sists); April 9, 2006 vs. Charlotte.

2016-17 SEASON SUMMARY

 

W-L

EAST

WEST

RANKINGS

OVERALL

51-31

34-18

17-13

NBA: T-5th

HOME

28-13

19-7

9-6

CONFERENCE: 3rd

AWAY

23-18

15-11

8-7

DIVISION: 2nd

OVERTIME

3-1

1-1

2-0

REGULAR SEASON: The Toronto Raptors reached the 50-win plateau for the second

straight season, ending the year with 51 victories. The Raptors finished second in the Atlantic Division and third in the Eastern Conference. Toronto had the best record (18-7) in the East post NBA All-Star. The Raptors ranked eighth in the NBA in scoring, averag- ing a franchise-record 106.9 points. Toronto was 42-16 when scoring more than 100 points and 25-4 when holding opponents below the century mark. The Raptors placed eighth in the league in points allowed (102.6) and sixth in opponent field goal (.449) percentage. Toronto was the only team in the top-10 in both points scored and points allowed. The Raptors were 18-16 versus teams with a .500+ record. Toronto sold out all

41 of its home games for a second consecutive season and set a new single-season

attendance record at Air Canada Centre (813,050). Dwane Casey was named Eastern Conference Coach of the Month for December after guiding Toronto to a 10-4 record. DeMar DeRozan averaged a career-high 25.7 points - fifth in the NBA. He led the led team in scoring 53 times and scored 30-or-more points a franchise-record 32 times. DeRozan became the first Raptor to win Eastern Conference Player of the Week honours three times in the same season. He also became the all-time franchise leader in both games played and points. Kyle Lowry averaged a career-best 22.4 points. Lowry led the

team in total assists (417), steals (89) and three-point field goals (193) despite missing

21 games following right wrist surgery. DeRozan and Lowry both appeared in their third

NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans. DeRozan was selected a starter for the first time in his career. Toronto acquired Serge Ibaka on Feb. 14 from Orlando. Ibaka led the Rap- tors in three-point field goals (41) and blocks (33) following his acquisition. P.J. Tucker

was acquired Feb. 23 from Phoenix and paced the team in steals (31) after joining the team. PLAYOFFS: Toronto appeared in the postseason for a team-record fourth straight year (2014-17). The Raptors were eliminated by Cleveland in four games in the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Toronto defeated Milwaukee in the first-round in six games. DeRozan scored 20+ points six times in the postseason, averaging a team-high 22.4 points. Lowry missed the final two games of the Cavaliers series after suffering a sprained left ankle early in the third quarter of Game Two.

2016-17 SEASON LEADERS

PointsFF. DeMar DeRozan (27.3) AssistsFFKyle Lowry (7.0)

ReboundsF

StealsFFF. Kyle Lowry (1.48)

Jonas Valanciunas (9.5)

BlocksFF Lucas Nogueira (1.56)

MinutesFF

Kyle Lowry (37.4) Kyle Lowry (.412)

FG%

Jonas Valanciunas (.557)

3P%

FT%

DeMar

DeRozan (.842)

CAREER LEADERS

 

POINTS

BLOCKS

12,275

DeMar DeRozan

600

Chris Bosh

10,275

Chris Bosh

480

Amir Johnson

9,420

Vince Carter

415

Vince Carter

6,972

Kyle Lowry

407

Jonas Valanciunas

6,581

Andrea Bargnani

405

Antonio Davis

DOUBLE-DOUBLES

 

STEALS

239

Chris Bosh

664

Doug Christie

113

Jonas Valanciunas

610

DeMar DeRozan

110

Antonio Davis

610

Kyle Lowry

91

Jose Calderon

552

Morris Peterson

86

Damon Stoudamire

534

Vince Carter

GAMES STARTED

 

617

DeMar DeRozan

 

497

Chris Bosh

401

Vince Carter

386

Jonas Valanciunas

372

Kyle Lowry

364

Morris Peterson

   

GAME LEADERS

   

POINTS

10+

10+

DOUBLE-

TRIPLE-

PLAYERS

PTS

REB

AST

BENCH PTS

10-19

20-29

30+

REB

AST

DOUBLES

DOUBLES

Anunoby

 

1

   

5

1

         

Brown

                     

Caboclo

                     

DeRozan

25

1

8

 

6

18

8

       

Ibaka

 

6

   

17

5

 

3

 

2

 

Lowry

6

10

26

 

23

7

1

8

7

13

2

McKinnie

                     

Miles

1

   

16

12

2

         

Miller

                     

Nogueira

 

2

   

2

           

Poeltl

 

4

 

5

8

   

3

 

2

 

Powell

2

 

1

6

11

           

Siakam

 

2

 

2

6

1

         

Valanciunas

2

11

   

10

5

 

8

 

7

 

VanVleet

   

2

3

7

           

Wright

   

4

7

8

           

STARTING LINEUPS (7)

Centre

Forward

Forward

Guard

Guard

Record

Valanciunas

Ibaka

Powell

DeRozan

Lowry

5-3 (.625)

Nogueira

Ibaka

Powell

DeRozan

Lowry

0-1 (.000)

Ibaka

Siakam

Powell

DeRozan

Lowry

1-1 (.500)

Nogueira

Siakam

Powell

DeRozan

Lowry

1-0 (1.000)

Valanciunas

Ibaka

Anunoby

DeRozan

Lowry

14-5 (.737)

Valanciunas

Siakam

Anunoby

DeRozan

Lowry

1-0 (1.000)

Valanciunas

Miles

Anunoby

DeRozan

Lowry

2-0 (1.000)

INACTIVE REPORT

Player

No. of Games

 

Lorenzo Brown

19

Dates Oct. 19 - Nov. 15, Dec. 20-27

Bruno Caboclo

24

Oct. 19, Nov. 1, Nov. 7-15, Nov. 22 - Dec. 27

Serge Ibaka

3

Nov. 17, Dec. 17, Dec. 29

K.J. McDaniels

2

Oct. 19-21

Alfonzo McKinnie

10

Oct. 21, Nov. 5, Nov. 9-12, Dec. 20-29

C.J. Miles

6

Nov. 3, Nov. 24-25, Dec. 20-23

Malcolm Miller

28

Oct. 19 - Dec. 5, Dec. 13-17, Dec. 26-29

Lucas Nogueira

11

Dec. 1-23

Norman Powell

4

Nov. 14-19

Jonas Valanciunas

4

Oct. 23-30

Delon Wright

12

Nov. 17 - Dec. 13

 

INJURY REPORT

Player

Games Missed

Injury

Status

Jonas Valanciunas

4

2

Dates Oct. 23-30

Left ankle sprain

Lucas Nogueira

Oct. 25-27

Left ankle sprain

11

1

Dec. 1-23

Right calf

Serge Ibaka

Oct. 30

Swelling, right knee

1

Nov. 17

Swelling, left knee

1

1

Dec. 17

Sore left knee

C.J. Miles

Nov. 3

Flu-like symptoms

1

Dec. 15

Sore left shoulder

3

4

12

Dec. 20-23

Dental procedure

Norman Powell

Nov. 14-19

Right hip pointer

Delon Wright

Nov. 17 - Dec. 13

Right shoulder

 

Overall

Eastern

Western

Atlantic

Central

Southeast

Southwest

Northwest

Pacific

OT

Record

24-10

13-4

11-6

5-2

3-1

5-1

4-2

2-2

5-2

0-0

Home

13-1

10-1

3-0

4-0

3-0

3-1

1-0

0-0

2-0

0-0

Away

11-9

3-3

8-6

1-2

0-1

2-0

3-2

2-2

3-2

0-0

Current StreaksC

Attendance

 

Record By Month

Overall

Won 1

Home totals

277,200

October

4-2

February

0-0

Home

Won 11

Home average

19,800

November

9-5

March

0-0

Road

Lost 2

Home sellouts

14

December

11-3

April

0-0

 

January

0-0

Longest StreaksC

Road

total

344,757

Record By Day

Overall

Won 6 (2X), Lost 2 (3X)

Road average

17,237

Monday

1-2

Friday

7-1

Home

Won 11, Lost 1

Road sellouts

8

Tuesday

3-1

Saturday

3-0

Road

Won 3 (2X), Lost 2 (3X)

Wednesday

4-4

Sunday

3-2

 

Thursday

3-0

Record When Offence Scores 100 or more points

Record When Offence Shoots

Record When Toronto has

23-5

Record When Defence Allows 100 or more points

Record When Defence AllowsC.

Record When Toronto has

13-7

Less than 100 points

1-5

Less than 100 points

11-3

50% or better from the field

9-0

50% or better from the field

5-3

Between 45-49% from the field

6-5

Between 45-49% from the field

6-3

Between 40-44% from the field

9-4

Between 40-44% from the field

9-3

Under 40% from the field

0-1

Under 40% from the field

4-1

a better (or same) FG% than opponents

16-3

a lower FG% than opponent

8-7

more (or same) rebounds than opponents

21-2

fewer rebounds than opponent

3-8

more (or same) assists than opponents

15-1

fewer assists than opponent

9-9

fewer (or same) turnovers than opponents

17-4

more turnovers than opponent

7-6

Record When The Raptors

 

After first quarter

 

After first half

 

After third quarter

 

Lead

14-4

19-4

21-1

Trailed

7-5

5-5

2-9

Tied

3-1

0-1

1-0

 

OT

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

Won

0

0

0

0

1

3

1

0

0

5

0

0

0

3

1

2

Lost

0

1

0

1

1

3

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

 

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30+

Won

2

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

Lost

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

BACK-TO-BACKS

SEASON SERIES

FIRST GAME

 

SECOND GAME

 

Atlanta Hawks

2-0

Miami Heat

0-0

DATE

OPP

RESULT

DATE

OPP

RESULT

Boston Celtics

0-1

Milwaukee Bucks

0-0

Nov. 14

@HOU

W 129-113

Nov. 15

@NOP

W 125-116

Brooklyn Nets

1-0

Minnesota Timberwolves

0-0

Nov. 24

@IND

L 107-104

Nov. 25

@ATL

W 112-78

Charlotte Hornets

2-0

New Orleans Pelicans

2-0

Dec. 10

@SAC

W 102-87

Dec. 11

@LAC

L 96-91

Chicago Bulls

2-0

New York Knicks

1-1

Dec. 20

@CHA

W 129-111

Dec. 21

@PHI

W 114-109

Cleveland Cavaliers

0-0

Oklahoma City Thunder

0-1

Dec. 26

@DAL

L 98-93

Dec. 27

@OKC

L 124-107

Dallas Mavericks

0-1

Orlando Magic

0-0

Jan. 8

@BKN

Jan. 9

MIA

Denver Nuggets

0-1

Philadelphia 76ers

3-0

Jan. 19

SAS

Jan. 20

@MIN

Detroit Pistons

0-0

Phoenix Suns

2-0

Feb. 1

@WAS

Feb. 2

@POR

Golden State Warriors

0-1

Portland Trail Blazers

1-0

Feb. 13

MIA

Feb. 14

@CHI

Houston Rockets

1-0

Sacramento Kings

2-0

Mar. 6

ATL

Mar. 7