Miami Heat (6-7, 10th in the Eastern Conference) vs. Toronto Raptors (5-9, 13th in the Eastern Conference)
by: AP — TSN 5h
Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States on Wednesday. Fred VanVleet, who was vocal while in the NBA bubble and has continued to use his platform to support the Black Lives Matter movement, was asked about how he felt about...
by: The Associated Press — Toronto Star 7h
CLEVELAND - Kyrie Irving returned from his personal “pause” to score 37 points in his first game with Kevin Durant and James Harden, but the new-look,...
by: Raptors Digest — YouTube: Raptors Digest 7h
Ben Rogers and Ryker Richard break down the Raptors' loss to the Miami Heat.Check out our new website at: https://www.raptorsdigest.ca/Follow the Raptors Dig...
by: Samson Folk — True Hoop: Raptors Republic 8h
Host Samson Folk details the Raptors loss to the Heat.
by: Michael Grange — Sportsnet 8h
The Miami Heat played their style – regardless of their available personnel – and the Toronto Raptors couldn’t solve it. They get a chance again on Friday night.
by: Daniel Reynolds — SB Nation: Raptors HQ 8h
Despite a tight game for three quarters, the Raptors found themselves down and out for most of the fourth quarter against Miami. It got them another loss on the season.
by: AP — TSN 8h
Kyle Lowry struggled from beyond the arc, making just one of 10 attempts, while Miami, led by Kendrick Nunn’s season-high 28 points, had six players score in double-digits to take the victory despite missing starters Jimmy Butler and Tyler Herro.
by: @globeandmail — Globe and Mail 8h
VanVleet scores 24 points and nine assists to top Toronto (5-9), while Siakam and Anunoby contribute 18 points apiece
by: The Canadian Press — CBC Sports 8h
Kendrick Nunn poured in 28 points and the Miami Heat beat Toronto 111-102 to end the Raptors' three-game winning streak on Wednesday.
by: Frank Zicarelli — Toronto Sun 8h
In the heat of the moment it would be the Miami Heat that would seize it.