The Raptors continue to build on their all-time winning streak, which is now at 11 straight games for the first time in franchise history.
Toronto beat the Detroit Pistons 111-107 on Saturday night in front of a sellout crowd at the Air Canada Centre.
The team is now getting ready to go on the road for a six game trip and it starts tonight when they take on the Denver Nuggets at 9 p.m. ET
It’s the 21st season for the Raptors in the NBA and they will send both Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan to the 65th All-Star game, which takes place here in Toronto on Sunday, February 14th.
It’s expected to be a star-studded event with Toronto Rapper Drake and actor/comedian Kevin Hart coaching the celebrity teams. Musical sensation Sting is slated to play the half-time show and Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant will be playing in his final All-Star game.
The Raptors are currently sitting in second place in the NBA Eastern Conference and they also are first place in the Atlantic Division.
All the best pics from the Raps win over Detroit. #WeTheNorth
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