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Posts Tagged ‘Toronto Raptors.’

Cavaliers lose third straight game 99-93 to Toronto

(courtesy NBA)

There was a time when the Cleveland Cavaliers used to beat up on the Toronto Raptors.

Of course, that was during the LeBron James era.

But nowadays, the Raptors are an elite team in the NBA and the Cavaliers are rebuilding to get back to that status.

For the second time in a week, Toronto beat the Cavs. Tuesday night’s score was 99-93. The Cavs third straight loss after winning six in a row.

Leading the way for the Raptors was DeMar DeRozan with 33 points, six assists and four rebounds. Terrence Ross scored 19 points.

The Cavs were led by Kyrie Irving and the recently-acquired Spencer Hawes. Irving finished with 25 points and nine assists. Hawes, making his first start since joining the Cavs in a trade with the Philadelphia 76ers five days ago, collected 15 points and 7 rebounds.

Lakers lose 106-94 despite Kobe Bryant’s return to lineup

Kobe Bryant (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

The Los Angeles Lakers superstar is back on the court.

But not even Kobe Bryant could save his team from losing to the Toronto Raptors.

Amir Johnson scored a career-high 32 points in leading visiting Toronto to a 106-94 win to stop a five-game losing streak.

Bryant in his 18th season and the NBA’s fourth-leading scorer in history, had not played since rupturing his Achilles tendon in April against the Golden State Warriors.

He scored nine points, grabbed eight rebounds, dished out four assists ans turned the ball over eight times in 28 minutes of action.

 

Cavaliers loses game to Raptors, Irving to injury

 

Kyrie Irving (photo by Christhmt0423 via wikipedia commons)

The Cleveland Cavaliers blew a 17-point lead, the game and lost All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving in a 100-96 decision to the Toronto Raptors.

The 20-year-old Irving left the game with a bruised left shoulder late in the third quarter. X-rays were negative and he will have further tests in the next few days.

The Cavaliers locker room was kept closed for more than 20 minutes after the game while head coach Byron Scott let the team know he is tired of them blowing games in the 3rd quarter.

Amir Johnson scored 17 points and tied a career high with 16 rebounds for the Raptors.

Rookie Dion Waiters scored 13 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter for Cleveland.

 

Info compiled from Cleveland Cavaliers news

The Jeremy Lin factor continues as the Knicks win sixth straight; beats Toronto

 

Jeremy Lin of Knicks in December 2011 (photo by Gary King via wikipedia commons)

Jeremy Lin canned a three-point basket with less than a second to play, allowing the New York Knicks a 90-87 comeback win over the Toronto Raptors Tuesday night.

The win extends the Knicks winning streak to six games.

Lin made a pull-up jumper from the top of the key with half a second to play, giving New York their first lead since the first quarter.

Lin scored 27 points and a career-high 11 assists in his first game since being selected as the NBA’s Eastern Conference Player of the Week.

On a down note, Lin did commit 8 turnovers.

The 23-year-old Lin, a 6’3, 200-pound guard from Los Angeles, played at Harvard from 2006-2010.

Lin finished his career as the first player in the history of the Ivy League to record at least 1,450 points (1,483), 450 rebounds (487), 400 assists (406) and 200 steals (225). He graduated from Harvard in 2010 with a degree in economics and a grade-point average of 3.1.

He played in 2010-2011 with the Golden State Warriors.

 

Info compiled from NBA, New York Knicks & Harvard news

Hall of Famer English hired by Sacramento Kings

 

Alex English at left with Toronto Raptors (photo by Chensiyuan via wikipedia commons)

The Sacramento Kings have hired NBA Hall of Famer Alex English as an assistant coach under coach Keith Smart.

English joins the Kings after spending seven seasons as an assistant coach and director of player development with the Toronto Raptors.

English is an eight-time All-Star is the NBA’s 13th all-time leading scorer with 25,613 points. A second-round selection by the Milwaukee Bucks in 1976, he also played for Indiana, Denver and Dallas.

He pulled down 6,538 rebounds for 5.5 per game and dished out assists totaling 4,351 or 3.6 per game.

The 58-year-old was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1997.

 

Info compiled from staff & Sacramento Kings news

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