Toronto crammed a lot into their three-game week — including two season-defining wins. In that spirit, it’s time to take the Temperature (and ask questions about All-Star festivities).
Coming off a big, late-turnaround win, the Raptors look to carry their momentum into DC against one of the league’s worst defenses.
Malachi Flynn and Jalen Harris look to get some on-court action as they join the Raptors 905 in the G League Bubble starting on Wednesday.
It was an ugly first half, but a late run catapulted the Raptors past Jonas Valanciunas and the Memphis Grizzlies.
Although the Raptors’ defense was porous early, they closed the game in dominant fashion on that end on the way to a comfortable victory.
The Raptors made some strides this week, but have they truly turned the corner? Is it even possible to know in just one week’s time? Let’s review and decide.
The Raptors are still in the middle of the pack and have to make a decision as to which way they want this season to go. In this, there are two paths: do more to win or do more to develop.