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Losing continues for injury-plagued Raptors with defeat to Celtics | CBC Sports
The losses continue to mount for the injury-riddled Toronto Raptors.
Raptors fall to Celtics 109-97 in sour homecoming
The Toronto Raptors returned home tonight, only to find a sleepy crowd, an energized Boston Celtics team, and three whistle-happy officials waiting for them.
1 stud and 1 dud from frustrating Raptors loss against Celtics
Fred VanVleet and the Toronto Raptors didn't have the deepest roster in the world coming into their tussle with the Boston Celtics, and they went into this game with some of their stars injured, OG Anunoby and Gary Trent Jr. were dealing with hip and calf injuries, respectively.
Game Thread: Toronto Raptors vs. Boston Celtics
The Toronto Raptors are finally back home, and Toronto - naturally! - welcomed the team back with a fluffy white blanket of snow!
Fred VanVleet challenges Raptors to improve on defense quickly
Fred VanVleet and the Toronto Raptors started the season as one of the worst offensive teams in the league. Nick Nurse was leaning on his highly switchable defense to carry this team to wins.
The Boston Celtics should consider this one-for-one big man trade
Back-to-back losses to the Eastern Conference-leading Brooklyn Nets (easy to swallow) and the previously four-win San Antonio Spurs (uh...) have the Boston Celtics sitting at .500 and needing to win two NBA Play-in games to even qualify for the NBA postseason if the 2021-22 season ended today.
What will the ideal Raptors rotation look like when everyone is healthy?
The Toronto Raptors have yet to play a game at full strength this year, as the vengeful fingers of the NBA gods appear to have decided to once again saddle this team with a boatload of injuries.
What will the ideal Raptors rotation look like when everyone is healthy?
The Toronto Raptors have yet to play a game at full strength this year, as the vengeful fingers of the NBA gods appear to have decided to once again saddle this team with a boatload of injuries.
Short-handed Raptors defeated by Sabonis-powered Pacers | CBC Sports
Domantas Sabonis had 23 points and 18 rebounds, and the Indiana Pacers beat the short-handed Toronto Raptors 114-97 on Friday night.
Raptors loss to Pacers illustrates painful lack of bench skill
The Toronto Raptors take pride in the fact that they have so many quality scorers in the starting lineup, as players like Scottie Barnes and Fred VanVleet are all capable of taking the game over.