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What Raptor fans thought would be an easy going run of games in the final stretch of the season has turned out to be quite the opposite. After a big win following the All-Star break against the Spurs, Toronto has gone 3-3 over their last six. On paper, the Raptors maybe could have gone 6-0. But their opponents have been playing well above their season-long levels.
Case in point: prior to their win against Toronto, Orlando had won five of six (and shortly after had an impressive win against Golden State). Portland was riding a 5-game win streak before stepping into the Scotiabank Arena. The Pistons were 8-2 over their last 10 before Toronto, and the Rockets finally got healthy and currently hold the longest win streak in the league at seven games.
The Miami Heat seem to be hitting their stride too. They’ve won give of their last six — with the one loss coming against the streaking Rockets. Over the last six games, the only teams with higher net ratings are coincidentally the last two teams to beat Toronto, Detroit and Houston. We all remember the 2016-17 season, in which the Heat started 11-30, then went on to win 30 of their next 41. Miami is on the second game of a season-defining five-game homestand in which they play Charlotte, Detroit, Milwaukee, and today, Toronto.
Toronto are 2-0 against Miami this season, winning by 10 in Toronto and by two in Miami. Currently, the Heat hold the 8th place in the Eastern conference and are only two games behind the Brooklyn Nets. With Kawhi Leonard out again and Miami playing great basketball, can Toronto tough it out on the front end of a back to back? Here are the details for today’s game.
Where to Watch:
Sportsnet One, 3:30 PM EST