2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
29-13, 2nd in Atlantic
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1h

DeRozan fined for comment criticizing officials

Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan has been fined $15K by the NBA for publicly criticizing the league's officials. DeRozan said after the loss that "It's frustrating being out there feeling like you're playing 5-on-8. Some of those calls were terribble, period."

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Raptors making noise in the East (0:44)
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DeRozan gets $15K fine for criticizing officials

DeMar DeRozan, after saying he felt the Raptors were "playing 5-on-8" during their loss to the Warriors on Saturday, was fined $15,000 for his criticism of the officiating.

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76ers victorious in drama-filled battle (3:00)
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Lowry, Simmons tossed after altercation in final seconds (1:15)
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Simmons and Lowry both get ejected after skirmish (0:47)
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Embiid and Siakam get physical for rebound (0:36)
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DeRozan, McConnell have to be separated after hard foul (0:38)
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1d

Raptors' Lowry donates $1 million to Villanova

Raptors guard Kyle Lowry has made a $1 million donation to Villanova, his alma mater. It's the largest donation to the school by a former Villanova basketball player.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Trade restrictions have now been lifted for the following: Cristiano Felicio, Nikola Mirotic, Kyle Korver, Mason Plumlee, Shaun Livingston, Andre Iguodala, Blake Griffin, JaMychal Green, Tony Snell, Jrue Holiday, Andre Roberson, Patty Mills, Serge Ibaka, Kyle Lowry, Joe Ingles and Otto Porter. Mirotic must consent to any trade and would lose his bird rights if traded. Porter must consent and cannot be traded to Brooklyn.

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Durant-Drake trash talk all in fun (0:46)
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DeRozan frustrated with officiating (0:28)
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Raptors, Curry exchanging 3s (0:37)
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Warriors lose cool after two clutch Raptors buckets (0:56)
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DeRozan cuts through Raptors' defense for and-1 (0:27)
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KD's miss gets Drake out of his seat (0:31)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Golden State leads Toronto at the half, 81-54. The fans are mute in Air Canada Centre.

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DeRozan shines in first quarter (0:57)
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DeRozan hits skilled and-1 (0:26)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

The Warriors are the Warriors, but they're still on schedule alert tonight in Toronto. The Warriors are playing their fifth game in eight days, their third game in four days and the second of a back-to-back set. Golden State hosted the Clippers in Oakland on Jan. 10, then flew to Milwaukee -- losing two hours in the process -- to face the Bucks on Friday. Then, after beating those Bucks, the Warriors flew out that same night for Toronto -- losing another hour in the process ... and probably more time as they pass through customs. The Raptors enter this game with a one-day rest advantage.

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Curry nets 24 in return as Warriors edge Raps

Stephen Curry returned to the Golden State lineup on Saturday night in Toronto, scoring 24 points in 34 minutes of a 127-125 victory against Toronto.

Team Stats

Points Per Game112.33rd
Rebounds Per Game43.217th
Assists Per Game22.812th
Points Allowed104.610th

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-182913.690
2016-175131.622
2015-165626.683
2014-154933.598
2013-144834.585