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Sports Even in defeat, Raptors have captured Warriors’ attention

07:36  14 january  2018
07:36  14 january  2018 Source:   sportsnet.ca

Curry, DeRozan earn Player of the Week honors

  Curry, DeRozan earn Player of the Week honors Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors and DeMar DeRozan of the Toronto Raptors captured NBA Player of the Week honors Monday in the Western and Eastern Conferences, respectively. Curry has averaged 36 points a game since returning from an ankle injury Dec. 30, hitting 28 treys over a four-game span.

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Even in defeat , Raptors have captured Warriors ' attention . Michael Grange. Raptors comeback bid falls short in thriller against Warriors .

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When Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was holding forth before his team’s only visit to Air Canada Centre, he was reminded that this was a meeting of the NBA’s two best teams – statistically at least.

The Warriors and Raptors are the only teams in the NBA ranked in the top five both offensively and defensively, plus they stand first and second, respectively, in net rating. Sure, the Warriors have won two titles in the past three years and are in the midst of the most dominant three years of regular-season play the league has ever seen, but how about them Raptors, Steve?

“It’s fun to play a team in the other conference that you know has a chance to be there in the end. We’re only going to see them twice, just like we see Cleveland and Boston so when you do get a chance to see these guys these guys you file it away for later, in case,” Kerr said.

Raptors host Cavaliers in marquee Thursday betting matchup

  Raptors host Cavaliers in marquee Thursday betting matchup Raptors host Cavaliers in marquee Thursday betting matchupThe Toronto Raptors will be looking to avenge last season’s second-round playoff loss to Cleveland when they host the struggling Cavaliers on Thursday night.

Even in defeat , Raptors have captured Warriors ' attention . Actor Jonah Hill roasted on Twitter for tucking in Suns jersey. 16 hours ago. Steve Nash still shying away from attention amid Hall Of Fame induction.

Cuban tweeted: "Watching end of Warriors Raptors . Refs can’t go back in time for a review. Said DeRozan: "I thought you couldn’t even do that. I’m not even a referee, and I know that rule. Somebody correct me if I’m wrong."

“So it’ll be fun.”

It just might be.

What followed was a rollicking 48-minute reminder that the Warriors are the Warriors – fast-tracking to one of the greatest teams the NBA has ever known – and the Raptors?

They’re not bad either as they scraped and clawed to a 127-125 loss that dropped them to 15-3 at home. But like Kerr predicted, it was fun getting there.

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NBA wrap: LeBron James rips own team as Raptors thrash Cavs

  NBA wrap: LeBron James rips own team as Raptors thrash Cavs NBA wrap: LeBron James rips own team as Raptors thrash CavsThe Cavaliers were thumped by the Timberwolves by 28 on Monday and got crushed by the Raptors on Thursday despite Toronto playing without two of its better players in Kyle Lowry (tailbone) or Serge Ibaka (suspension).

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry drives to the basket against Toronto Raptors forward Pascal Siakam during the second half. DeMar DeRozan scored 42 points for the Raptors , but the Warriors had just enough to beat Toronto for the eighth straight time.

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After surviving a full dose of the Warriors’ experience in the first half when it looked Golden State was going to – in fact they pretty much did – put the Raptors away before the game was half over, the Raptors did their endearing never, ever quit thing and had carved a 27-point third-quarter Warriors lead to a measly three points by the time Fred Van Vleet hit a transition triple with 3:45 left, part of a 18-3 fourth quarter-run.

But then Steph Curry hit a three, Klay Thompson hit a three and that was too much for the Raptors, even as DeRozan was hitting 42-points worth of ones and twos in another Herculean effort. There were no threes in his 17-of-31 line.

That was it, right? You can’t trade threes for twos with the Dubs.

Wrong again. By the time Steph Curry (24 points on 12 shots), the career 90-per-cent-plus free-throw shooter missed a pair with 44.9 seconds left after a dubious foul call on what looked like a clean Jakob Poeltl block, the Raptors had the ball down one.

Curry returns with 24 points, Warriors beat Raptors 127-125

  Curry returns with 24 points, Warriors beat Raptors 127-125 Curry returns with 24 points, Warriors beat Raptors 127-125DeMar DeRozan scored 42 points for the Raptors, but the Warriors had just enough to beat Toronto for the eighth straight time.

In victory and in defeat , Raptors coach Casey has made comments about the officiating in the East final playoffs. The Warriors defeated the Thunder 96-88. Kyle Terada, USA TODAY Sports. Fullscreen.

Captured Warrior . Table of contents. Aelina was the best warrior among the rebels, fighting to defeat the Hauming Empire; until she is captured during a raid. Even though I had long ago tried to convince myself that I didn't care what the royals thought of me, Holt was more than just a royal.

But DeRozan couldn’t coax one more mid-range jumper over Kevin Durant, who was able to respond with one of his own over Pascal Siakam.

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With one more possession, the Raptors needed a three and here they ran into the Warriors at their best, effortlessly switching every pick-and-roll, every player on the court comfortable guarding anyone the Raptors had on it. It was the kind of defence the Warrior have perfected to defend the three-point line – the NBA’s defining offensive feature at the moment.

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Curry scores 49, Irving scores 37 as Warriors defeat Celtics. ESPN's Basketball Power Index gives the Celtics and Warriors a 20 percent chance of meeting in the Finals, currently the second most likely matchup behind only a Warriors - Raptors pairing. "I don't even know if I can answer that.

The best Toronto could get was a rushed contested three by CJ Miles that missed. There was a jump ball and scramble, but the Raptors never got another shot as they dropped to 0-2 against the Warriors this season.

Their only chance to see them again will be June.

Getting to the NBA Finals would be a franchise first and incredibly fun, but once there, it’s hard to argue the good times wouldn’t likely come to a screeching halt. We get that. The Warriors are that good.

But it’s a problem the Raptors would love to have, even if the wisest conclusion that can be reasonably drawn from the Warriors’ wild win is that they are in a league of one, with 29 other teams playing for second place.

But the Raptors should take heart. Two nights ago at the ACC, the Raptors destroyed the Cleveland Cavaliers – the Warriors annual Finals playmate – who mostly seemed disinterested, June being so far from January and all.

The Warriors, unfortunately perhaps for the Raptors, seemed entirely engaged, even though they were playing their third game in four nights – and the second night of a back-to-back – having lost three hours to time zones in the process.

“Consistency, continuity. Got the same group, it travels well, the style of play, the skills at the level they have, their shooting travels well,” said Raptors head coach when asked to explain the Warriors’ NBA-best 18-3 road record this season, another example of their dominance. “Just their championship DNA, I think, is something that’s really important when you’re on the road. Most of all, they’ve been together for years. There’s nothing new. They’re doing a lot of the same offensive sets they’ve ran for years, the defensive schemes. A lot of this stuff, the chemistry’s just there. One guy can sit out a couple of games and come back in, like Steph, and not miss a beat.”

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The losses are not in vain, however, as the Raptors help achieve the eventual victory on Gargathea III, a victory that in no small part is also due to the Raptors ' ability to match the Mantis Warriors ' tactics of ambush.[6c]. The Raptors now focus their attentions to the growing wars in the Ultima Segmentum.

While the defeat was deflating – the Warriors closed it out with a 10-0 run in the final 2:13 – it was a delightfully The Warriors ended up winning 117-112 against the Raptors on Wednesday. But even Golden State coach Steve Kerr realizes the necessity for a slight change in style.

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They barely missed a shot – at least for the portion of the game when it was still in doubt.

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A day after the Cleveland Cavaliers completed their sweep of the Toronto Raptors with a 109-102 victory on the Raptors ’ own court, the Golden State Warriors knocked the Utah Jazz May 9, 2017. And these weren’t even bad teams! Heading into the second round, many believed that the Raptors

The Raptors need to make defensive adjustments, and without question, they can play better. And even then, it still won’t be enough. The Warriors defeated the Thunder 96-88. Kyle Terada, USA TODAY Sports. Fullscreen.

The Raptors’ high-point in a back-and-forth opening 10 minutes was when DeRozan baited the Warriors’ Kevin Looney into a foul, converted the three-point play and pulled the Raptors to within a point, 32-31.

The game hovered there for a possession or two, and there was some reason for optimism. While the Raptors were playing without Kyle Lowry, who missed his third game with a bruised tail bone, Curry, back in the lineup for the Warriors after missing two games with an ankle sprain, didn’t seem like he was going off in any major way.

And then the Warriors cracked the game like a coconut.

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Jan. 13: Warriors forward Kevin Durant skies high for the dunk against the Raptors during the first half at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. NBA photo of the day: 2017-18 season

Against Cleveland, the Raptors’ second unit ran loose and free, caused chaos as the lethargic Cavaliers simply had no interest in playing at the pace the Raptors’ younger crowd prefers. Against the Warriors it played directly into their hands. The pace was high, the ball was moving, the difference is the Warriors had championship-pedigree veterans like Shaun Livingston, David West and Thompson (26 points on 16 shots) running it back.

It was all part of a 25-3 run that eventually led to an 81-54 halftime lead for the visitors.

The Raptors’ defensive highlight was an inexplicably missed dunk down main street by Durant (25 points on 18 shots). The relief was short-lived. Delon Wright drove it into traffic, the Warriors collapsed, came up with the loose ball and this time Durant made no mistake, dunking it with two hands on the ensuing fast-break. Another wasted foray in the paint, another transition dunk, repeat.

It was a 14-minute lay-up line and by the end of it the Warriors had shot 71 per cent for the first half, dominating the Raptors even while making just five of their patented three-pointers. Curry? He was just a spectator, with six first-half points on five shots.

Raptors' DeMar DeRozan elected to start NBA all-star game

  Raptors' DeMar DeRozan elected to start NBA all-star game Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan was named a starter for the NBA all-star game on Thursday for a second straight year. Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan was named a starter for the NBA all-star game on Thursd It will be DeRozan's fourth appearance at an all-star game. He started for the East team in 2017 and was named a reserve for the 2014 and 2016 games.The 28-year-old DeRozan is averaging a team-high 25.2 points per game for the Raptors this season.DeRozan scored a single-game franchise-record 52 points earlier this season in an overtime win against the Milwaukee Bucks.

It is the Warriors greatest luxury: superstar depth.

“We’ve got a lot of guys who obviously can impact the game in a big way,” said Kerr. “We’ve been able to win without Stef this year but defending and taking care of the ball. Obviously as I said, we’ve got some other all-stars to count on.”

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But the Raptors didn’t fold the tent. In the third quarter, DeRozan was on a mission, willing his team back in the game with 11 in the period. Rookie OG Anunoby seemed like he was comfortable against the world champions, digging in for 17 points on seven shots. Jonas Valanciunas and Poeltl were making life tough in the paint and working hard on the glass.

With three minutes left in the third, Valanciunas rocked the rim with a driving dunk to cut the Warriors lead to nine, but that only seemed to get Golden State’s attention.

Durant responded with consecutive threes and the Warriors had pushed the lead back to 19 with a lightning-quick 14-5 run.

The fourth quarter that followed was electric, storybook stuff, even if it wasn’t the ending Raptors fans were looking for.

But they can take heart in this: For better or worse, the Raptors have the Warriors’ attention.

Raptors' DeMar DeRozan elected to start NBA all-star game .
Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan was named a starter for the NBA all-star game on Thursday for a second straight year. Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan was named a starter for the NBA all-star game on Thursd It will be DeRozan's fourth appearance at an all-star game. He started for the East team in 2017 and was named a reserve for the 2014 and 2016 games.The 28-year-old DeRozan is averaging a team-high 25.2 points per game for the Raptors this season.DeRozan scored a single-game franchise-record 52 points earlier this season in an overtime win against the Milwaukee Bucks.

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