NBA: Grizzlies 98, Raptors 91

Jaren Jackson Jr. scored 25 points, Desmond Bane had 23 and Canadian Dillon Brooks 17 as the Grizzlies won back-to-back games, beating the struggling Raptors, who lost their third straight game and fifth in a row at home.

Short-handed Raptors drop ugly decision to Grizzlies

Jaren Jackson Jr., scored 25 points to lead the Memphis Grizzlies to a 98-91 victory over the Raptors on Tuesday, giving short-handed Toronto its third consecutive loss.

Can Raps regain offensive spark against Grizzlies?

The Raptors have failed to put up over 100 points in their last two games, but did register 126 the last time they played Memphis last week. Can Toronto get their offensive game back? TSN NBA analyst Jack Armstrong has more.

Raptors’ depth is being tested in wake of injuries

Raptors’ depth is being tested in wake of injuries

With key defenders OG Anunoby, Gary Trent Jr. and Khem Birch out of the lineup with injuries, the Raptors are desperate to find someone who can give them a spark and take some of the pressure off the starters. But the team’s supporting cast has underperformed this season as Toronto is last in the NBA in bench scoring, Josh Lewenberg writes.

Raptors’ depth is being tested in wake of injuries
- Josh Lewenberg

Raptors' Barnes learns hard lesson following early struggles

Nick Nurse benched Scottie Barnes early in the first quarter against the Celtics on Sunday, and the rookie responded well with 21 points in 37 minutes after getting back in. TSN Raptors reporter Josh Lewenberg shares his thoughts on the incident and how Barnes answered the challenge from his coach.

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NBA: Celtics 109, Raptors 97

NBA: Celtics 109, Raptors 97

Marcus Smart scored 21 points, Al Horford had 17 points and 11 rebounds and the Celtics beat the short-handed Raptors, who played without OG Anunoby and Gary Trent Jr. Fred VanVleet led Toronto with 27 points, Scottie Barnes had 21 and Pascal Siakam added 18.

Lowry still thinks of Toronto as home

Lowry still thinks of Toronto as home

Kyle Lowry still thinks of Toronto as home, and plans to retire as a Raptor. The former Raptor, a fan favourite and arguably the greatest player in franchise history, told "The Undefeated" recently he still has strong ties to the city he represented for nine seasons.

McCollum, Lillard lead Trail Blazers past Raptors

McCollum, Lillard lead Trail Blazers past Raptors

CJ McCollum had 29 points and Damian Lillard added 24 to lead the Portland Trail Blazers to a 118-113 victory over the Toronto Raptors on Monday night. OG Anunoby had 27 points for the Raptors, who have lost five of six. Pascal Siakam added 20.

Grant, Pistons beat skidding Raptors

Grant, Pistons beat skidding Raptors

Jerami Grant scored 24 points, including two key three-pointers in the fourth quarter, and Dwane Casey's Detroit Pistons beat the Toronto Raptors 127-121 on Saturday. The loss was the fourth in five games for the Raptors.

VanVleet, Achiuwa out against Pistons

The team announced that forward Khem Birch (right knee swelling) as well as guard Fred VanVleet (left groin soreness) will not play. Yuta Watanabe remains out and is yet to make his regular season debut because of a calf injury. Precious Achiuwa (right shoulder) will play.

Raptors' VanVleet fined for 'obscene gesture'

Toronto Raptors point guard Fred VanVleet has been fined $15,000 for making what the league says is an "obscene gesture" late in Thursday night's win over the Philadelphia 76ers.

Raptors outwork 76ers in bounce-back win

This Toronto Raptors team is still a work in progress, but if they can stay true to their identity as one of the NBA’s hardest working teams, they’ll find a way to be competitive more often than not, Josh Lewenberg writes.

Raptors outwork 76ers in bounce-back win
- Josh Lewenberg
Raptors outwork 76ers in bounce-back win
Tatum helps Celtics pound Raptors

Tatum helps Celtics pound Raptors

Jayson Tatum had 22 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists in the Boston Celtics' 104-88 victory over the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night. The loss was Toronto's first on the road this season after four wins to start the year.

Siakam makes emotional return in Raptors’ loss to Brooklyn

Pascal Siakam underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder in early June. It’s been a long and emotional road to get back on the court, but after months of blood, sweat, and yes, even a few tears, he’s here. Josh Lewenberg has more on the 27-year-old's return in a loss to the Brooklyn Nets.

Josh Lewenberg

Josh Lewenberg

Nets beat Raptors to spoil Siakam's return

Kevin Durant had 13 of his 31 points in a decisive third quarter and the Brooklyn Nets stretched their winning streak to five games with a 116-103 victory over the Toronto Raptors on Sunday.