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2015-16 Schedule
10-6, 1st in Atlantic
What's going on with the Cavaliers? (0:58)
Jalen and Jacoby on Johnny Manziel, Thanksgiving excitement, and the latest in the NBA (70:46)
Raptors take one from Cavaliers (1:10)
Mo Williams drains half-court shot (0:22)
What dance team? (0:14)

Halftime: Cavaliers 49, Raptors 49

LeBron James scored 12 of his 14 first-half points in the second quarter and passed Reggie Miller for 18th on the all-time scoring list with 25,281 career points to keep the Cavaliers on pace with the Raptors. Luis Scola leads all scorers with 15 points, and DeMar DeRozan added 11. Follow live

Cavs, Raptors tied at 25 after one

Toronto's Luis Scola poured in a career-high 15 first-quarter points to lead all scorers, while Cleveland's Kevin Love paced the Cavaliers with a team-high 8 points. LeBron James has just 2 points on 1-of-4 shooting. Follow live

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It's "Drake Night" in Toronto. Looked who announced the starting lineups for the Raptors vs the Cavs.

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Cavaliers (11-3) at Raptors (9-6), 7:30 p.m. ET

The Cavs averaged 110 points vs. the Raptors in winning the final three meetings last season behind LeBron James' 29.3 points and 11.3 assists per game. The Raptors search for their third straight win on "Drake Night" in Toronto. Follow live

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Raptors Daily Links: Tuesday

Top Headline: Lowry will need help with Valanciunas sidelined for several weeks

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Raptors big men fantasy stock rising

Luis Scola and Bismack Biyombo have proven they can be valuable fantasy assets. Now that Jonas Valanciunas will miss a few weeks, ESPN fantasy expert Joe Kasier believes Scola and Biyombo need to be owned in more leagues. Fantasy assets

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Raptors seventh in Power Rankings

Marc Stein has pushed Toronto up three spots following a 2-2 road trip during which both wins came at Staples Center this past weekend. Week 4 Power Rankings

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Raptors Daily Links: Monday

Top Headline: Raptors survive challenging stretch of early-season schedule

Kobe y Scola, rivales y amigos

Luis Scola relata como ha sido su relación con Kobe Bryant tanto en la NBA como en la arena internacional. Leer

Raptors send Clippers to third straight loss (0:54)

DeRozan, Raptors beat Clippers 91-80

DeMar DeRozan had 21 points, DeMarre Carroll scored each of his 21 points in the first half, and the Toronto Raptors beat the Los Angeles Clippers 91-80 on Sunday.


Final: Raptors 91, Clippers 80

The Clippers tied their franchise-worst halftime deficit since moving to Los Angeles, trailing by 29 points as L.A. allowed 81 points combined by Toronto's starters. Box score

Jordan rocks the rim with Crawford's oop (0:10)
Jordan's emphatic jump-ball win leads to dunk (0:10)

Raptors tearing Clippers apart

The Clippers trailed the Raptors by 29 points at half. It's their largest halftime deficit at home since Nov. 26, 1986 against the Lakers (also 29 points). This is only the 3rd time in franchise history the Clippers have faced such a halftime deficit at home. Follow live

Raptors (8-6) at Clippers (6-6), 3:30 p.m. ET

Losers in six of their last eight since a 4-0 start, the Clippers look to avoid a third straight loss against the Raptors at Staples Center. Toronto will be without Jonas Valanciunas, who broke his hand in Friday's win over the Lakers. Valanciunas has averaged 12.7 points and a team-high 9.3 rebounds per game. Follow live

Raptors center breaks his hand

Jonas Valanciunas broke a bone in his left hand Friday but will undergo more tests before the team determines how long he will be sidelined. He is Toronto's third-leading scorer and leading rebounder

Team Stats

Points Per Game101.114th
Rebounds Per Game44.814th
Assists Per Game18.128th
Points Allowed96.66th

Team History


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