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					                                                                                                                   PROBABLE STARTERS
                                TORONTO RAPTORS                                                                    PG Jarrett Jack
                                                                                                                   SG DeMar DeRozan
                                               2009-10 GAME NOTES                                                  SF Hedo Turkoglu
                                                                                                                   PF Rasho Nesterovic
                                        GAME #56 - WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2010                                    C   Andrea Bargnani
                                          PORTLAND (32-26) at TORONTO (31-24)                                      (more information inside)
                                             AIR CANADA CENTRE - 7:00 P.M.
                                                                                                                   INJURY UPDATE
THINGS TO WATCH..                                                                                                  Chris Bosh - Day-to-day
TIP-OFF: The Toronto Raptors continue a three-game homestand by hosting the Portland Trail Blazers on              Sprained left ankle
Tuesday night at Air Canada Centre. This marks the first of two meetings between the Blazers and Raptors
this season, with the second coming in three weeks (March 14) at The Rose Garden. Three Raptors have
double-figure scoring totals against Portland during their careers. Chris Bosh is averaging 19.2 points in
                                                                                                                   UPCOMING GAMES
nine games against the Blazers, Hedo Turkoglu has 15.3 points in 24 games and Jarrett Jack has 15.0
points in two games against his former team.                                                                       Friday, February 26
                                                                                                                   vs. Cleveland, 7 p.m.
TRADING PLACES: Former Portland Trail Blazer Jarrett Jack scored nine straight points in the fourth                TSN2/The FAN 590
quarter in the Raptors’ 109-104 comeback win over the Washington Wizards. Jack was originally drafted
22nd overall by the Blazers in the 2005 NBA Draft and played three seasons in Portland before being traded         Sunday, February 28
to Indiana in 2008. Over the last two games Jack is averaging 20.5 points, 9.0 assists and shooting 12-for-        at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m.
18 (.667) during the last two games (Feb. 19-20). Portland’s newly acquired centre Marcus Camby was                CBC/The FAN 590
selected second overall in the 1996 NBA Draft by Toronto. Camby played 126 games over two seasons for
the Raptors.                                                                                                       Monday, March 1
                                                                                                                   at Houston, 8:30 p.m.
THE LEGEND OF RASHO: Centre Rasho Nesterovic became the Raptors’ all-time career leader in field goal              TSN/The FAN 590
percentage after attempting his 1,000 shot Saturday against the Washington Wizards. Nesterovic is shooting
.552 (552-for-1,000) during 181 career games with Toronto. He replaces Oliver Miller (.509, 635-for-1,248)         Friday, March 5
as the franchise leader. Miller was a member of the Raptors’ inaugural team and has held the team’s best field     vs. New York, 7 p.m.
goal percentage since 1998. Nesterovic was acquired from San Antonio during the summer of 2006 and was             TSN/The FAN 590
a starter on Toronto’s 2007 and 2008 playoff teams. He was traded to Indiana in July of 2008 as part of the
Jermaine O’Neal deal and re-signed with the Raptors as a free agent this past summer.                              Sunday, March 7
                                                                                                                   vs. Philadelphia, 12 p.m.
      NESTEROVIC SHOOTING STATS                       RAPTORS FG% LEADERS - (min.           1,000 attempts)        CBC/The FAN 590
YEAR           FGM     FGA    PCT.                                      PCT.                FGM       FGA
2006-07        230     421    .546                 1. Rasho Nesterovic  .552                552       1,000
2007-08        257     467    .550                 2. Oliver Miller     .509                635       1,248        RECENT TRANSACTIONS
2009-10        65      112    .580                 3. Keon Clark        .500                547       1,095
Totals         552     1000   .552                 4. Jose Calderon     .499                1,262     2,525        FEBRUARY 20: Place guard Marcus
                                                   5. Jerome Williams   .497                533       1,073        Banks on the inactive list. Activated
                                                   6. Chris Bosh        .491                3,477     7,070        centre Patrick O’Bryant.
CENTURY COUNTER: Toronto has scored 100 or more points in a franchise-best 20 straight games, more
than doubling the previous franchise-high for consecutive games with 100 points (seven games: March 5 –            FEBRUARY 19: Placed forward
March 16, 2008). Since January 6, the Raptors have a 14-6 record and are averaging 107.7 points. The               Chris Bosh on the inactive list
Phoenix Suns opened the 2009-10 season by scoring 100 or more points in 17 consecutive games. Toronto              (sprained left ankle). Activated
                                                                                                                   guard Marcus Banks.
is the highest scoring team in the Eastern Conference averaging 104.7 points per game and have a 26-15
record when scoring 100+ points. The team is on pace to shatter the old franchise record for single season
                                                                                                                   FEBRUARY 17: Placed guard
scoring average of 101.1points established in 2005-06.                                                             Marcus Banks on the inactive list.
                                                                                                                   Activated forward Hedo Turkoglu.
BLOCK PARTY: Centre Andrea Bargnani had three key blocks during the Raptors fourth quarter rally
against Washington. He finished the game with four total blocks and extended a streak of 14 consecutive            FEBRAURY 10: Placed forward
games with at least rejection. Toronto’s defense held the Wizards to four points in the last five minutes of the   Hedo Turkoglu (personal reasons)
game. Through 53 games this season Bargnani is averaging career highs in blocks (1.51), points (17.5),             and centre Patrick O’Bryant on the
rebounds (6.3) and minutes (34.6).                                                                                 inactive list. Activated forward
                                                                                                                   Reggie Evans and forward Marco
THE DEEP END: Toronto’s reserve players have combined to average 35.7 points over the last four games              Belinelli.
(Feb. 10-20) with at least two players recording double-figures in each game. In eight of the 10 double-figure
performances players are shooting over .500 from the field. Jose Calderon leads the second unit with four
straight games with 10+ points. Sonny Weems and Amir Johnson both have registered multiple games
with 10+ points, while shooting over .500. Antoine Wright provided 19 points on 7-of-10 shooting during
the Raptors latest victory Saturday vs. Washington. Toronto’s bench is averaging 30.6 points in 2009-10.
                                                                                                                    MEDIA RELATIONS INFO
A CLEAN SWEEP: Toronto swept back-to-back games for the third time this season by defeating New
Jersey and Washington on consecutive nights. The Raptors had two back-to-back sweeps during the 2008-               Jim LaBumbard - Director
09 season - February 10-11 against Minnesota and San Antonio, then April 12-13 against Philadelphia and             jlabumbard@torontoraptors.com
Washington. In 12 back-to-back series this season Toronto swept Washington-Chicago (Dec. 4-5), Miami-
New York (Jan. 27-28) and New Jersey-Washington (Feb. 19-20).                                                       Jamie Deans - Coordinator
                                                                                                                    jdeans@torontoraptors.com

                                 2009-10 RAPTORS RECORDS                                                            Roven Yau - Coordinator
                             2009-10                  HOME                 ROAD                 OT                  ryau@torontoraptors.com
   OVERALL:                  31-24                    21-7                 10-17                1-1
                                                                                                                    Phil Summers - Assistant
   EASTERN:                  22-16                    14-5                 8-11                 1-0
                                                                                                                    psummers@torontoraptors.com
   WESTERN:                   9-8                     7-2                  2-6                  0-1
TODAY’S OPPONENT

       2009-10 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS ROSTER                                                LAST TWO GAMES
                                                                                             VS. PORTLAND
NO.   NAME                         POS     HT     WT     DOB
12    LaMarcus Aldridge            F       6-11   240    07/19/1985
88    Nicolas Batum                F       6-8    200    12/14/1988                         DECEMBER 27, 2008
4     Jerryd Bayless               G       6-3    200    08/20/1988                      PORTLAND 102, TORONTO 89
21    Marcus Camby                 F       6-11   235    03/22/1974
33    Dante Cunningham             F       6-8    230    04/22/1987   PORTLAND - Brandon Roy had 14 of his 32 points in the fourth quarter,
5     Rudy Fernandez               G       6-6    185    04/04/1985   LaMarcus Aldridge added 19 points and nine rebounds, and Portland
6     Juwan Howard                 C-F     6-9    253    02/07/1973   defeated Toronto 102-89 to sweep the season series for the first time
24    Andre Miller                 G       6-2    200    03/19/1976   since 2002-03 … Chris Bosh had 29 points and nine rebounds for the
8     Patrick Mills                G       6-0    185    08/11/1988   Raptors, which had a two-game winning streak end … Jermaine O’Neal
52    Greg Oden                    C       7-0    285    01/22/1988   scored 17 points, Andrea Bargnani added 13, and Jose Calderon had 11
31    Jeff Pendergraph             F-C     6-9    240    04/29/1987   points and eight assists … Greg Oden added 16 points and 10 rebounds
10    Joel Przybilla               C       7-1    245    10/10/1979   for Portland, while Travis Outlaw added 12 points … The Raptors were
7     Brandon Roy                  G-F     6-6    211    07/23/1984   6-of-8 on three-point attempts in the first half and led by as many as 11,
23    Martell Webster              F       6-7    235    12/04/1986   but they were just 12-of-34 from the field in the second half, missing all
                                                                      seven three-pointers in the third quarter as the Blazers pulled ahead …
                                                                      Roy, who was 14-of-19 from the field and had nine assists, took over for
HEAD COACH
                                                                      Portland, scoring 20 points in the second half and pushing the Blazers
Nate McMillan (College - North Carolina State)                        into the lead.
LEAD ASSISTANT COACH                                                                                 1       2         3        4         T
Dean Demopoulos (College - West Chester)                              TORONTO                        28      29        10       22        89
                                                                      PORTLAND                       25      23        20       33        102
ASSISTANT COACHES
Monty Williams (College - Notre Dame)
Maurice Lucas (College - Marquette)
Joe Prunty (College - Cal Poly San Luis Obispo)                                              DECEMBER 7, 2008
                                                                                          PORTLAND 98, TORONTO 97

                                                                      TORONTO - LaMarcus Aldridge scored 20 points and Steve Blake added
                                                                      19, including a key three-pointer with nine seconds left, to lead the Blaz-
                      ALL-TIME VS. PORTLAND
                                                                      ers to a 98-97 victory over the Raptors ... A basket by Brandon Roy pulled
                                                                      the Blazers even at 95-95 with 49 seconds left, but Bosh stepped back to
                   Overall               Home             Road
                                                                      sink a 14-foot jumper with 27 seconds to go. Blake drained a three-
2008-09            0-2                   0-1              0-1
All-Time           8-16                  4-8              4-8         pointer to secure the victory as Bosh missed on his final shot ... A long
Streaks            Lost 2                Lost 1           Lost 2      jumper by Jason Kapono capped a 17-2 Raptors run that put them up by
                                                                      five points with 3:41 left on the clock ... The Raptors led by as many as 16
                                                                      points early in the second quarter, but the Blazers battled back to lead by
                                                                      10 points early in the fourth quarter ... The Raptors took a 16-point lead
                                                                      less than two minutes into the second, but Portland outscored Toronto
                                                                      28-14 to the end of the half and the Raptors were up 50-48 at the break
             TEAM RANKINGS & COMPARISONS                              ... Jermaine O’Neal scored a season-high 24 points along with six blocked
                                                                      shots, while Chris Bosh added 19 points and Jose Calderon had 15 points
                             2009-10 STATS                            and 13 assists … The Raptors shot 49 per cent from the field, but were
                                                                      outrebounded 48-31 by the Blazers.
                                 TOR              POR
                                 104.7            97.2                                               1       2         3        4         T
             PPG
                                                                      PORTLAND                       20      28        30       30        98
             FG%                  .479            .460
                                                                      TORONTO                        31      19        25       22        97
             3FG%                 .375            .352
             FT%                  .766            .786
             OFF                  10.0            10.8
             DEF                  30.8            29.3
             REB                  40.8            40.2
             AST                  21.7            20.2
             STL                   5.6             6.1
             TO                   13.5            13.0
             BLK                   5.0             4.1


                          2009-10 RANKINGS
                                  TOR             POR
               PPG                  4              24
               FG%                  5              11
               3FG%                 4              12
               FT%                 14               3
               OFF                 24              15
               DEF                 13              28
               REB                 25              27
               AST                  9              21
               STL                 30              28
               TO                   8               3
               BLK                 14              26
PROBABLE STARTERS

           #12 RASHO NESTEROVIC - SLOVENIA
 FORWARD

           LAST GAME: Started two consecutive games for Chris Bosh (sprained left ankle) … Finished with 10 points in 19 minutes of action Feb. 20
           vs. Washington … Shot 5-for-7 from the field and added one block against the Wizards … Shooting 13-for-18 (.722) and averaging 13.0
           points over the last two games … Posted a season-high 16 points and team-high seven rebounds Feb. 19 at New Jersey … Is the Raptors’
           all-time field goal percentage leader shooting .552 (552-for-1000) in 181 games with Toronto.

                                                                                     MPG       RPG      APG         SPG     TO        BPG        PPG
                                                                                     9.3       2.2      0.6         0.2     0.3       0.4        4.4

           #26 HEDO TURKOGLU - TURKEY
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           LAST GAME: Scored 14 points in the second-half Feb. 20 vs. Washington … Finished with 16 points, six rebounds and five assists in 37
           minutes … Shot 7-for-14 from the field and led the team with three offensive rebounds against the Wizards … Averaging 15.0 points, 6.0
           rebounds and 5.5 rebounds over the last two games (Feb. 19-20) … Averaging 11.8 points, 4.0 rebounds and 4.5 assists during four games
           in February.

                                                                                     MPG       RPG      APG         SPG     TO        BPG       PPG
                                                                                     32.5      4.5      4.3         0.6     1.8       0.5       12.3
           #7 ANDREA BARGNANI - ITALY
           LAST GAME: Had a series of three blocks late in the fourth quarter Feb. 20 vs. Washington … Scored 18 points on 6-of-13 shooting from
 CENTRE




           the field and 5-for-6 from the free throw line … Added six rebounds in 40 minutes … Averaging 19.6 points, 6.6 rebounds and 2.3 blocks
           during seven games in February … Has at least one block in 14 consecutive games (Jan. 17-Feb. 19) … Leads the team in made three-
           pointers (81), three-pointers attempted (221) and blocks (80).

                                                                                    MPG       RPG       APG       SPG       TO       BPG        PPG
                                                                                    34.6      6.3       1.0       0.3       1.5      1.5        17.5
           #10 DeMAR DeROZAN - USC
           LAST GAME: Contributed with two points, one rebound and one assists Feb. 20 vs. Washington … Played 17 minutes against the Wizards
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           … Had a streak of 13 consecutive games with 20+ minutes end (Jan. 2-Feb. 19) … Ranks sixth among rookies with a .477 (157-for-329) field
           goal percentage … Averaging 9.2 points, 3.8 rebounds and shooting .588 (20-for-34) from the field during five games in February.


                                                                                   MPG        RPG     APG        SPG      TO        BPG        PPG
                                                                                   21.2       3.0     0.7        0.6      0.9       0.3        8.3
           #1 JARRETT JACK - GEORGIA TECH
           LAST GAME: Led the team in scoring for a second straight game Feb. 20 vs. Washington … Scored 11 of his team-high 23 points during the
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           fourth quarter rally, including nine straight in a three-minute span … Added a game-high eight assists and four rebounds … Shot 6-for-9 from
           the field and 3-for-4 from three-point range against the Wizards … Averaging 12.3 points, 5.6 assists and shooting .522 (140-for-268) from
           the field in 33 consecutive starts (Dec. 8-Feb. 20) … Has appeared in 260 consecutive games over the last three seasons … Leads the team
           in free throw shooting with a .837 (128-for-153) percentage.
                                                                                   MPG        RPG      APG       SPG       TO        BPG       PPG
                                                                                   28.5       2.7      5.0       0.7       2.1       0.0       10.7



                                                      2009-10 STARTING LINEUPS
Forward                     Forward                    Centre                     Guard                  Guard                   Record       Win%
Bosh                        Turkoglu                   Bargnani                   DeRozan                Calderon                9-12         .428
Bosh                        Wright                     Bargnani                   DeRozan                Calderon                0-1          .000
Bosh                        Turkoglu                   Bargnani                   DeRozan                Jack                    13-9         .591
Bosh                        Turkoglu                   Nesterovic                 DeRozan                Jack                    1-1          .500
Bosh                        Wright                     Bargnani                   DeRozan                Jack                    1-0          1.000
Bosh                        Turkoglu                   Bargnani                   Weems                  Jack                    3-0          1.000
Bosh                        Weems                      Bargnani                   Belinelli              Jack                    0-1          .000
Bosh                        Weems                      Bargnani                   Wright                 Jack                    1-0          1.000
Bosh                        Weems                      Bargnani                   DeRozan                Jack                    1-0          1.000
Nesterovic                  Turkoglu                   Bargnani                   DeRozan                Jack                    2-0          1.000
PLAYER NOTES
ALL-STAR RECAP: Forward Chris Bosh made a game-winning free                    CENTRE SPOTLIGHT: Through 53 games this season centre Andrea
throw with five seconds remaining to help the Eastern Conference top           Bargnani is on pace to set career-high numbers in a variety of statistical
the Western Conference at the NBA All-Star Game in Dallas. Bosh led the        categories, including points, shooting percentage, rebounds and minutes.
reserves with 23 points and 10 rebounds in 29 minutes of action during         Bargnani has topped his single-game career-best rebounding total twice
Sunday’s contest, which was played in front of record crowd of 108,713         this season with the latest coming Jan. 11 at Indiana when he grabbed 17
at Cowboys Stadium. Bosh tied former Vince Carter by earning his fifth         boards. Bargnani set career-high numbers in 2008-09 with 15.4 points
consecutive All-Star selection. Rookie forward DeMar DeRozan defeated          and 5.3 rebounds in 78 apperances.
Los Angeles Clippers guard Eric Gordon in the inaugural NBA Dunk-In
contest. DeRozan advanced to the Sprite Slam Dunk contest, but lost to                             2009-10               CAREER-BEST
New York’s Nate Robinson in the final round. DeRozan became the fourth         Points              17.5                  15.4   2008-09
Raptor to compete in the dunk contest, joining Vince Carter (2000), Tracy      FG%                 .475                  .450   2008-09
McGrady (2000) and Jamario Moon (2008).                                        Rebounds            6.3                   5.3    2008-09
                                                                               Minutes             34.6                  31.4   2008-09
AIMING HIGHER: Forward Chris Bosh scored a career-high 44 points
January 20 at Milwaukee. This was Bosh’s first 40-point game of the            PLAYER OF THE WEEK: The NBA announced that Toronto Raptors forward
season and marked his eighth overall during seven seasons in the NBA.          Chris Bosh was named NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week for
Bosh’s previous career-high of 42 points achieved November 21, 2008 in         games played Monday, January 25 through Sunday, January 31. This is
overtime against New Jersey was also the last time he had 40+ points.          the sixth time Bosh has won the honour. Bosh led the Raptors to a 3-0
Vince Carter holds the team career record for 40+ point games with 13.         mark to finish the month, averaging 25.7 points, 16.0 rebounds and 3.7
During the game against Milwaukee, Bosh set season highs with 15 field         assists. He registered three double-doubles and led the team in rebounding
goals and 26 attempts. He is on pace to top his career-best scoring            three times and scoring twice. Bosh totaled 27 points and a Raptors
average of 22.7 points set during the 2008-09 season.                          season-high and game-high 18 rebounds in a 111-103 victory January 27
                                                                               vs. Miami. Bosh recorded team highs of 27 points and 15 rebounds the
                  CHRIS BOSH 40+ POINT GAMES                                   next night in New York against the Knicks. He closed out the week with
DATE                      OPPONENTS                          POINTS            26 points and 15 rebounds (both game highs) and a season-best seven
February 7, 2007          vs. Orlando                        41                assists in Toronto’s 117-102 win January 31 vs. Indiana. Bosh is the first
November 24, 2007         at Cleveland                       41                player in franchise history to record at least 20 points and 15 rebounds in
December 22, 2007         at Phoenix                         42                three consecutive games.
January 11, 2008          at New York                        40
February 20, 2008         vs. Orlando                        40                MR. 20-10: Forward Chris Bosh led Toronto with a game-high game 32
November 18, 2008         at Orlando                         40                points and 10 rebounds Feb. 17 vs. Mmephis marking his third consecutive
November 21, 2008         vs. New Jersey                     42                20-point,10-rebound effort. Bosh leads the NBA in 20-point, 10-rebound
January 20, 2010          at Milwaukee                       44                games this season with 33. Last season, Bosh reached the 20-point, 10-
                                                                               rebound plateau 30 times.
FROM 2010 TO 2015: Chris Bosh became the first Raptor to record at
least 20 points and 15 rebounds in four consecutive games (Jan. 27-Feb.        RARE COMPANY: Forward Chris Bosh joined an elite group of players
2). Prior to this, no other player in franchise history had recorded more      to lead an NBA franchise in both scoring and rebounding when he broke
than two 20 point-15 rebound games in succession. He also passed               Vince Carter’s team scoring record January 3 vs. San Antonio. Among
former Raptors Jerome Williams and Popeye Jones for the most                   the League’s 30 active franchises only 11 have the same leader in career
consecutive 15+ rebound games. Williams reached his mark Jan. 14-17,           scoring and rebounding. The group includes Karl Malone (Utah), Kareem
2003 and Jones accomplished it Nov. 26-30, 1996.                               Abdul-Jabbar (Milwaukee), Clyde Drexler (Portland), Patrick Ewing
                                                                               (New York Knicks), Hakeem Olajuwon (Houston), Michael Jordan
DATE        OPPONENT                POINTS         REBOUNDS                    (Chicago), Buck Williams (New Jersey), Kevin Garnett (Minnesota),
Jan. 27     vs. Miami               24             18                          Dirk Nowitzki (Dallas) and Pau Gasol (Memphis). Bosh will also become
Jan. 28     at New York             27             15                          the third player from the 2003 NBA draft class to break a franchise
Jan. 31     vs. Indiana             26             15                          scoring record. Cleveland’s LeBron James and Miami’s Dwyane Wade
Feb. 2      at Indiana              35             15                          are the only other players from the 2003 NBA Draft to top the career
                                                                               scoring lists for their respective franchises.
ALL-TIME BEST: With a 16-foot jump shot at the 1:39 mark of the third
quarter January 3 vs. San Antonio, forward Chris Bosh became the               NAME                         TEAM              POINTS       REBOUNDS
Toronto Raptors all-time leader in total points scored. Bosh eclipsed former   Michael Jordan               Chicago           29,277       5,836
Raptor Vince Carter’s mark of 9,420. In 492 regular season games               Dirk Nowitzki*               Dallas            19,860       7,431
with Toronto, Bosh has recorded 9,897 points for an average of 20.1            Hakeem Olajuwon              Houston           26,511       13,382
points per game. He has also appeared in 11 playoff contest and                Pau Gasol                    Memphis           8,966        4,096
scored 225 points. Bosh is the Raptors’ all-time leader in total rebounds,     Kareem Abdul-Jabbar          Milwaukee         14,211       7,161
offensive rebounds, defensive rebounds, free throws made, free throws          Kevin Garnett                Minnesota         19,041       10,542
attempted, blocks and minutes.                                                 Buck Williams                New Jersey        10,440       7,576
                                                                               Patrick Ewing                New York          23,665       10,759
RAPTORS ALL-TIME SCORING LEADERS                                               Clyde Drexler                Portland          18,040       5,339
9,897 Chris Bosh                                                               Karl Malone                  Utah              36,374       14,601
9,420 Vince Carter                                                             Chris Bosh*                  Toronto           9,725        4,450
6,498 Morris Peterson                                                          * - denotes active players   with franchise.   Stats updated through January
4,448 Doug Christie                                                            3, 2010.
3,994 Antonio Davis
                                                                               30-10: Forward Chris Bosh recorded a game-high 32 points and grabbed
RAPTORS RECORDS ACHIEVED BY BOSH                                               10 rebounds during a 109-102 overtime loss to the Grizzlies on Wednesday
Total Rebounds        4,622                                                    night. The game marked Bosh’s 12th 30-point, 10-rebound effort of the
Offensive Rebounds    1,323                                                    season. This ranks second in the NBA trailing only Kevin Durant (13) from
Defensive Rebounds    3,299                                                    the Oklahoma City Thunder. Bosh has recorded 30 points and 10 rebounds
Free Throws Made      2,895                                                    38 times in his career, including 11 times in the 2008-09 season.
Free Throws Attempted 3,643
Blocks                588                                                      PERFECT FROM THE LINE: Wednesday night against the Grizzlies (Feb.
Minutes               18,216                                                   17) saw Chris Bosh shoot a perfect 10-for-10 from the charity stripe on
Games Started         480                                                      way to a game-high 32 points. It was the 14th time in his career and fifth
Double-Doubles        229                                                      time this season he has been perfect from the line with at least 10 made
                                                                               free throws. On the year Bosh has recorded double-digits in made free
                                                                               throws a total of 13 times.
PLAYER/TEAM NOTES
ALL-STAR BREAK RECORD: With a 104-94 victory over Philadelphia on             BACK-TO-BACK GAMES: Toronto will play 21 back-to-back games during
February 10 the Raptors tied a team record with 29 wins prior to the          the 2009-10 season. On eight occasions both games will be played on
annual NBA All-Star break. Two other Toronto squads have accomplished         the road. December, January and March have the most back-to-back
this feat. Similar to the current team, the Raptors rebounded after being     games with four each.
six games under .500 during the 2006-07 season to win 29 games before
the All-Star break. The 2001-02 team claimed 29 wins in only 50 games         FIRST GAME              W-L            SECOND GAME            W-L
prior to the break. Both the 2001-02 and 2006-07 squads went on to            Nov. 6  at NO           W 107-90       Nov. 7  at DAL         L 129-101
qualify for the NBA Playoffs.                                                 Nov. 17 at DEN          L 130-112      Nov. 18 at UTA         L104-91
                                                                              Nov. 24 vs. IND         W 123-112      Nov. 25 at CHA         L 116-81
SEASON             G          W-L       PCT.
2001-02            50         29-21     .580                                  Dec.   1    vs. WAS     L 106-102        Dec.   2    at ATL   L 146-115
2009-10            52         29-23     .557                                  Dec.   4    at WAS      W 109-107 OT     Dec.   5    at CHI   W 110-78
2006-07            53         29-24     .547                                  Dec.   8    vs. MIN     W 94-88          Dec.   9    at MIL   L 117-95
                                                                              Dec.   15   at MIA      L 115-95         Dec.   16   at ORL   L 118-99
TURNAROUND TIME: Toronto’s 7-1 stretch between December 16 and
January 6 helped cap the fastest return to .500 in franchise history. The     Jan.   2    at BOS      L 103-96       Jan.     3    vs. SA   W 91-86
Raptors were a season-low six games under .500 (11-17) on December            Jan.   10   vs. BOS     L 114-107      Jan.     11   at IND   L 105-101
16 following a 118-99 loss at Orlando. The team went on to win seven of       Jan.   19   at CLE      L 108-100      Jan.     20   at MIL   L 113-107
the next eight games to reach .500 on January 6 at Orlando. A 108-106         Jan.   27   vs. MIA     W 111-103      Jan.     28   at NY    W 106-104
victory at Philadelphia on January 8 gave Toronto a winning record for the
first time since being 5-4 on November 13. The Raptors have returned to       Feb. 2      at IND      L 130-115        Feb. 3      vs. NJ  W 108-99
.500 on two other occasions after being six games under. The last time        Feb. 19     at NJ       W 106-89         Feb 20      vs. WAS W 109-104
was in 2006-07 when the team started the season 3-9 and reached .500          Feb. 28     at OKC                       Mar. 1      at HOU
on January 26 – a 32 game turnaround. During the shortened season in
1999 the Raptors started 6-12 before winning eight of the next 10 games       Mar. 9      at LAL                       Mar. 10     at SAC
to return to .500.                                                            Mar. 13     at GS                        Mar. 14     at POR
                                                                              Mar. 19     vs. OKC                      Mar. 20     at NJ
START...                      TURNAROUND...                                   Mar. 28     at MIA                       Mar. 29     at CHA
DATE                W-L       DATE                W-L       PERIOD
12/16/2009          11-17     01/06/2010          18-18     8 games           Apr. 3  at PHI                         Apr. 4  vs. GS
11/24/2006          3-9       01/26/2007          22-22     32 games          Apr. 6  at CLE                         Apr. 7  vs. BOS
03/13/1999          6-12      03/28/1999          14-14     10 games          Apr. 11 vs. CHI                        Apr. 12 at DET
                                                                              FIRST GAMES: 6-7                       SECOND GAMES: 5-8
THE LOW-DOWN: Toronto’s defense held Detroit to a season-low 64
points December 23 at the Palace of Auburn Hills. The 64 points ranks as      100 BELOW: Toronto is currently 18-0 when holding opponents under
the second-fewest points scored by an opponent in team history - second       100 points this season. Opponent scored 100+ points in 12 consecutive
only to the 54 points scored by Miami on March 19, 2008. Prior to the last    games from November 15 to December 4. Toronto is also 8-0 when
game opponents were averaging 107.6 points against Toronto. The Raptors       opponents shoot under 40 percent from the field.
defense held the Pistons to .279 (24-for-86) shooting from the field, which
ranks as the third-lowest opponent field goal percentage during a game in     DATE                  OPPONENT                       SCORE
team history.                                                                 October 28            vs. Cleveland                  101-91
                                                                              November 4            vs. Detroit                    110-99
FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED                   LOWEST OPPONENT FG%                   November 6            at New Orleans                 107-90
54   vs. MIA   03/19/08                 .239   vs. S.A 02/07/02               November 11           vs. Chicago                    99-89
64   at DET    12/23/09                 .256   vs. MIA 03/19/08               November 13           at L.A. Clippers               104-89
68   vs. WAS   10/03/00                 .279   at DET12/23/09                 December 5            at Chicago                     110-78
68   vs. N.Y.  12/14/00                                                       December 8            vs. Minnesota                  94-88
                                                                              December 13           vs. Houston                    101-88
HOME WINNING STREAK: Toronto won eight straight games at Air Canada           December 18           vs. New Jersey                 110-95
Centre from January 17-February 10. Along the way the Raptors defeated        December 20           vs. New Orleans                98-92
Dallas, Milwaukee, Los Angeles Lakers, Miami, Indiana, New Jersey,            December 23           at Detroit                     94-64
Sacramento and Philadelphia. Since December 13 the Raptors are 14-2 on        December 27           vs. Detroit                    102-95
their home court with the only two defeats coming against Memphis and         January 3             vs. San Antonio                91-86
Boston. The team’s eight straight wins matches the second-longest streak      January 17            vs. Dallas                     110-88
of consecutive home victories during a single season in franchise history.    January 22            vs. Milwaukee                  101-96
Toronto’s longest overall home win streak is 10 games, set over the 2001-     February 3            vs. New Jersey                 108-99
02 and 2002-03 campaigns (8-0 to finish 2001-02 and 2-0 to start 2002-        February 10           vs. Philadelphia               104-93
03):                                                                          February 19           at New Jersey                  106-89

LONGEST HOME WIN STREAKS                                                      HE’S ALRIGHT: Forward Chris Bosh earns most of his attention on the
10 - March 24, 2002 through November 4, 2002 (over two seasons)               basketball court, but on October 14, 2009 he earned national attention
9 - March 7, 1999 through April 4, 1999                                       when a federal judge in California ordered a cyber-squatter to relinquish
8 - January 17, 2010 through February 10, 2010                                the rights to www.chrisbosh.com and over 800 other illegally registered
8 - January 22, 2007 through February 14, 2007                                domain names of professional and celebrities. Bosh has offered to return
8 - March 24, 2002 through April 17, 2002 (single season)                     the domain names to their rightful owners free of charge. The list of
                                                                              domain names included several NBA players such as Jason Kidd (Dallas
SEEING DOUBLE: Chris Bosh (32 points, 10 rebounds) and Andrea                 Mavericks), Deron Williams (Utah Jazz) and Steve Nash (Phoenix
Bargnani (14 points and 10 rebounds) both recorded double-doubles in          Suns). A full list of domain names can be found at www.winston.com/
the same game for the sixth time this season against the Memphis Grizzlies    siteFiles/Domain_Name_List.pdf.
on February 17. Toronto is 2-4 this season when both big men record
double-figures in points and rebounds.
THE 900 CLUB
Toronto became the first team in NBA history to make a three-point field goal in 900 consecutive games during the first quarter January 15, 2010 at Madison
Square Garden in New York City ... With Jose Calderon’s three-pointer at the 7:56 mark of the first quarter February 24, 2009 versus Minnesota, the
Toronto Raptors’ streak of consecutive games with at least one made three-point field goal reached the 10-year mark ... With the team shooting 0-for-
11 from three-point range through 44 minutes, Jason Kapono drained a three-pointer at the 3:42 mark of the fourth quarter to extend the streak Nov. 18
at Orlando ... Toronto set the NBA record for most consecutive games with at least one three-point field goal March 12, 2006 against the Indiana Pacers.
Morris Peterson connected on his first three-point attempt with 1:41 remaining in the first quarter. Peterson’s make gave them 595 consecutive games with
at least one three-pointer … The last time the Raptors did not record a triple was Feb. 24, 1999 at Indiana (0-6) … The Miami Heat had their NBA record
of 594 games with a three-pointer end Nov. 10, 2001 vs. Sacramento … There have been 25 games during the streak in which the Raptors netted just
one triple, including Nov. 30 vs. Memphis when Morris Peterson hit the lone three-pointer … Toronto attempted a franchise-high 35 three-point field goals
Apr. 7, 2006 at New Orleans/Oklahoma City (34, Mar. 13 vs. Philadelphia) … Guard Darrick Martin kept the streak alive vs. Dallas on Nov. 29, 2006 by hitting
a three-pointer with 0.5 seconds remaining in the game … Andrea Bargnani hit a third-quarter shot for the game’s only successful three-point field goal
vs. Boston on Dec. 1, 2006 … Sonny Weems made his first career three-pointer during the third quarter vs. Philadelphia on February 10, 2010 to extend
the streak ... Here is a look at the milestones throughout the Raptors current streak:

GAME NO.
OF STREAK                DATE                                      OPPONENT                            3FGM / 3PA                RESULT
1                        February 26, 1999                         vs. Minnesota                       4-10                      W 102-92
100                      March 8, 2000                             at L.A. Clippers                    7-18                      W 95-94
200                      April 11, 2001                            at Detroit                          5-15                      L 100-87
300                      November 27, 2002                         vs. New York                        3-10                      L 87-81
400                      January 4, 2004                           vs. Phoenix                         8-19                      W 83-73
500                      February 9, 2005                          vs. Milwaukee                       9-24                      L 110-107
594                      March 10, 2006                            vs. Denver                          11-28                     L 108-97
595                      March 12, 2006                            vs. Indiana                         3-16                      W 93-89
600                      March 22, 2006                            at Boston                           4-17                      L 110-96
700                      November 6, 2007                          at Milwaukee                        8-17                      L 112-85
800                      December 12, 2008                         at New Jersey                       8-21                      W 101-79
914                      February 20, 2010                         vs. Washington                      7-13                      W 109-104



FACTS ABOUT THE STREAK…                                                                       TOP CONTRIBUTORS TO THE STREAK
A lot has happened in the decade since Toronto began its three-point                                (through Feb. 20, 2010)
streak, here are a few random notes and stats to put the past 10 years in
perspective:                                                                              PLAYER                         3FG          3FGA    PCT.
                                                                                          Peterson, Morris               801          2,158   .371
• The Raptors have made 5,484 three-point field goals since the streak                    Carter, Vince                  551          1,432   .384
began.                                                                                    Bargnani, Andrea               390          1,041   .375
                                                                                          Parker, Anthony                342           806    .424
• The streak has been extended in 10 arenas that are no longer in the NBA                 Marshall, Donyell              271           661    .410
- Market Square Arena (Indianapolis); Miami Arena (Miami); GM Place
(Vancouver); Alamodome (San Antonio); The Spectrum (Philadelphia);
Pyramid Arena (Memphis); Reunion Arena (Dallas); Compaq Center (Hous-                 RAPTORS YEAR-BY-YEAR THREE-POINT SHOOTING
ton); Charlotte Coliseum (Charlotte) and Key Arena (Seattle).                                   (through Feb. 20, 2010)

• October Sky, Office Space and My Favorite Martian were playing in                    YEAR              3FG        3FGA       PCT        RANK
movie theaters when the streak began.                                                  2009-10           357        952        .375       4
                                                                                       2008-09           479        1289       .372       12
• Canadian recording artist Celine Dion won Record of the Year (My Heart               2007-08           572        1459       .392       2
Will Go On) and Song of the Year (My Heart Will Go On) during the 41st                 2006-07           531        1464       .363       9
Grammy Awards held February 24, 1999. In 2001, Juno Award winning                      2005-06           608        1620       .375       7
singer/song writer Corey Hart wrote “Prayer” for Celine Dion’s album “A                2004-05           648        1681       .385       2
New Day Has Come.”                                                                     2003-04           461        1294       .356       8
                                                                                       2002-03           409        1193       .343       19
• Modern inventions since the streak began include the iPod (2001), the                2001-02           387        1109       .349       17
Segway human transporter (2001), Blue Tooth (2002), the hybrid car                     2000-01           429        1164       .369       6
(2003) and YouTube (2005).                                                             1999-00           425        1171       .363       11
                                                                                       1998-99           226        662        .341       14
REVERSE PSYCHOLOGY: During Toronto’s streak of 900+ consecutive
games with a made three-pointer, the Raptors defense has held an oppo-
nent without one on eight occasions. As the halfway point of the 2009-10
season approaches five teams (Charlotte, New Jersey, Detroit, Utah and
Oklahoma City) have already been shutout of the three-point column at
least once this year.

      RAPTOR OPPONENTS HELD WITHOUT A THREE-POINTER

                vs. Washington           February 25, 2004
                vs. Washington           March 4, 2003
                vs. Chicago              December 6, 2002
                vs. Utah                 November 17, 2002
                vs. Philadelphia         March 3, 2002
                vs. Chicago              December 20, 2001
                at Golden State          November 14, 2001
                vs. New York             April 8, 2000
LEADERS - INACTIVE REPORT - INJURY REPORT

                                Game Leaders                                      Points                     10+ Games                Double-
 (Includes ties)            PTS REB AST Bench PTS                            10-19 20-29 30+                 REB AST                  Doubles
   Marcus Banks                                          3                     1

   Andrea Bargnani           8        7                                        30      18                      8                          8

   Marco Belinelli                                       19                    14

   Chris Bosh                41       41      2                                9       30      11              39                         39

   Jose Calderon             1                25         8                     24      3                               2

   DeMar DeRozan             2                1                                17      1

   Quincy Douby

   Reggie Evans                       1

   Jarrett Jack              3        1       22         8                     25      2                               2                  1

   Amir Johnson              1        2                  6                     11

   Pops Mensah-Bonsu

   Rasho Nesterovic                   1                  1                     5

   Patrick O’Bryant

   Hedo Turkoglu             1                9                                28      6                       1       1                  2

   Sonny Weems                        1                  6                     10                              1                          1

   Antoine Wright            1                           8                     8




                                                         INACTIVE REPORT
Player                           No. of Games                          Dates
Reggie Evans                     51                                    Oct. 28 - Feb. 7
Patrick O’Bryant                 26                                    Nov. 24 - Dec. 8, Dec. 11, Dec. 13 - Jan. 2, Jan. 8, Jan. 15, Jan. 20, Feb. 7,
                                                                       Feb. 17-19
Marcus Banks                     22                                    Nov. 1, Nov. 6, Nov. 9-13, Nov. 17 - Nov. 20, 24-Dec. 5, Dec. 11,
                                                                       Jan. 10-11, Jan. 24, Feb. 17, Feb. 20
Jose Calderon                    13                                    Dec. 8, Dec. 9, Dec. 13 - Jan. 3, Feb. 3
Quincy Douby                     8                                     Oct. 28 - Nov. 11
Sonny Weems                      5                                     Oct. 28 - Oct. 30, Nov. 4, Nov. 7, Jan. 19
Antoine Wright                   4                                     Nov. 15, Nov. 18-22
Hedo Turkoglu                    3                                     Nov. 17, Jan. 3, Feb. 7
Marco Belinelli                  3                                     Nov. 22, Jan. 17, Feb. 7
Andrea Bargnani                  2                                     Dec. 9, Jan. 22
DeMar DeRozan                    4                                     Jan. 27- Feb. 2
Chris Bosh                       2                                     Feb. 19-20


                                                             INJURY REPORT
Player                 No. of Games        Dates                           Active/Inactive          Injury                            Status
Reggie Evans           51                  Oct. 28 - Feb. 7                Inactive                 Left midfoot sprain
Jose Calderon          12                  Dec. 8-9, Dec 13 - Jan. 3       Inactive                 Sore left hip
                       1                   Feb. 3                          Inactive                 Sprained right ankle
Antoine Wright         4                   Nov. 15, Nov. 22                Inactive                 Sore left ankle
Sonny Weems            2                   Oct. 28 - Oct. 30               Inactive                 Sore left foot
                       1                   Jan. 19                         Inactive                 Pulled rib muscle
Hedo Turkoglu          1                   Nov. 17                         Inactive                 Sore left hip
                       1                   Jan. 3                          Inactive                 Upper respiratory infection
                       2                   Feb. 2                          Active                   Fractured orbital bone, right eye
Marco Belinelli        1                   Nov. 22                         Inactive                 Sore left groin
                       1                   Jan. 17                         Inactive                 Flu like symptoms
                       1                   Feb. 7                          Inactive                 Sore left ankle
Andrea Bargnani        1                   Dec. 9                          Inactive                 Sore right ankle
                       1                   Jan. 22                         Inactive                 Sore lower back
Marcus Banks           2                   Jan. 10-11                      Inactive                 Upper respiratory infection
DeMar DeRozan          5                   Jan. 27- Feb. 3                 Inactive                 Sprained right ankle
Chris Bosh             2                   Feb. 19-20                      Inactive                 Sprained left ankle               Day-to-day
2009-10 TRANSACTIONS

MAY 11: Promoted Jay Triano to head coach.

JUNE 5: Named Alex English and Marc Iavaroni as assistant coaches.
JUNE 9: Acquired forward Reggie Evans from Philadelphia in exchange for guard/forward Jason Kapono.
JUNE 16: Extended a qualifying offer to restricted free agent guard/forward Carlos Delfino.
JUNE 25: Selected forward DeMar DeRozan ninth overall in the NBA Draft.
JUNE29: Extended a qualifying offer to restricted free agent forward Pops Mensah-Bonsu.

JULY 1: Named Eric Hughes, Alvin Williams and Francesco Cuzzolin as assistant coaches.
JULY 8: Signed forward Andrea Bargnani to a multi-year extension.
JULY 9: Acquired forward Hedo Turkoglu in a sign and trade with Orlando, plus forward Devean George and guard Antoine Wright from Dallas as part
of a four team trade.
JULY 9: Signed first-round draft pick DeMar DeRozan to a rookie scale contract.
JULY 21: Signed guard Jarrett Jack to a multi-year contract.
JULY 30: Signed centre Rasho Nesterovic to a one-year contract.
JULY 30: Acquired guard Marco Belinelli from Golden State in exchange for forward Devean George and cash considerations.

AUGUST 18: Acquired forward Amir Johnson and forward Sonny Weems from the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for forward Carlos Delfino and
guard Roko Ukic.

OCTOBER 28: Placed forward Reggie Evans (left midfoot sprain), forward Sonny Weems (sore left foot) and Quincy Douby on the inactive list.
OCTOBER 29: Exercised a fourth-year team option on forward Marco Belinelli.

NOVEMBER 1: Placed guard Marcus Banks on the inactive list. Activated forward Sonny Weems.
NOVEMBER 4: Placed forward Sonny Weems on the inactive list. Activated guard Marcus Banks.
NOVEMBER 6: Placed guard Marcus Banks on the inactive list. Activated forward Sonny Weems.
NOVEMBER 7: Placed forward Sonny Weems on the inactive list. Activated guard Marcus Banks.
NOVEMBER 9: Placed guard Marcus Banks on the inactive list. Activated forward Sonny Weems.
NOVEMBER 12: Released guard Quincy Douby.
NOVEMBER 15: Placed guard-forward Antoine Wright on the inactive list (sore left anke). Activated guard Marcus Banks.
NOVEMBER 17: Claimed forward Pops Mensah-Bonsu off waivers from Houston.
NOVEMBER 17: Placed forward Hedo Turkoglu (sore left hip) and guard Marcus Banks on the inactive list. Activated guard-forward Antoine Wright
and forward Pops Mensah-Bonsu.
NOVEMBER 18: Placed guard-forward Antoine Wright on the inactive list (sore left anke). Activated forward Hedo Turkoglu.
NOVEMBER 22: Placed forward Marco Belinelli on the inactive list (sore left groin). Activated guard Marcus Banks.
NOVEMBER 24: Placed guard Marco Belinelli and guard-forward Antoine Wright on the active roster and guard Marcus Banks and centre Patrick
O’Bryant on the inactive list.

DECEMBER 8: Placed guard Jose Calderon on the inactive list (sore left hip). Activated guard Marcus Banks.
DECEMBER 9: Placed centre/forward Andrea Bargnani on the inactive list (sore right ankle). Activated centre Patrick O’Bryant.
DECEMBER 11: Place guard Marcus Banks and centre Patrick O’Bryant on the inactive list. Activated guard Jose Calderon and centre Andrea Bargnani.
DECEMBER 13: Placed guard Jose Calderon on the inactive list (sore left hip). Activated guard Marcus Banks.

JANUARY 3: Placed forward Hedo Turkoglu (upper respiratory) on the inactive list. Activated centre Patrick O’Bryant.
JANUARY 5: Waived forward Pops Mensah-Bonsu
JANUARY 6: Placed centre Patrick O’Bryant on the inactive list. Activated guard Jose Calderon and forward Hedo Turkoglu.
JANUARY 10: Placed guard Marcus Banks on the inactive list (upper respiratory infection). Activated centre Patrict O’Bryant.
JANUARY 15: Placed centre Patrick O’Bryant on the inactive list. Activated guard Marcus Banks.
JANUARY 17: Placed guard Marco Belinelli on the inactive list (flu like symptoms). Activated centre Patrick O’Bryant.
JANUARY 19: Placed forward Sonny Weems on the inactive list (pulled rib muscle). Activated forward Marco Belinelli.
JANUARY 20: Placed centre Patrick O’Bryant on the inactive list. Activated forward Sonny Weems.
JANUARY 22: Placed centre Andrea Bargnani on the inactive list (sore lower back). Activated centre Patrick O’Bryant.
JANUARY 24: Placed guard Marcus Banks on the inactive list. Activated centre Andrea Bargnani.
JANUARY 27: Placed forward DeMar DeRozan (sprained right ankle) on the inactive list. Activated guard Marcus Banks.

FEBRUARY 3: Placed guard Jose Calderon on the inactive list (sprained right ankle). Activated forward DeMar DeRozan.
FEBRUARY 7: Placed forward Marco Belinelli on the inactive list (sore left ankle). Activated guard Jose Calderon.
FEBRAURY 10: Placed forward Hedo Turkoglu (personal reasons) and centre Patrick O’Bryant on the inactive list. Activated forward Reggie Evans
and forward Marco Belinelli.
FEBRUARY 17: Placed guard Marcus Banks on the inactive list. Activated forward Hedo Turkoglu.
FEBRUARY 19: Placed forward Chris Bosh on the inactive list (sprained left ankle). Activated guard Marcus Banks.
FEBRUARY 20: Place guard Marcus Banks on the inactive list. Activated centre Patrick O’Bryant.
LAST FOUR GAMES

                 GAME 55 - FEBRUARY 20, 2010                                                    GAME 54 - FEBRUARY 19, 2010
                TORONTO 109, WASHINGTON 104                                                     TORONTO 106, NEW JERSEY 89

TORONTO – Jarrett Jack scored 11 points in the fourth quarter to help the     NEW JERSEY - Rasho Nesterovic scored a season-high 16 points in
Toronto Raptors overcome a nine-point deficit and defeat the Washington       place of Chris Bosh, sidelined with a sprained left ankle, and the Toronto
Wizards 109-104 … Jack had a team-high 23 points in front of 19,149 at        Raptors had seven players in double figures in a 106-89 victory over the
the Air Canada Centre … Washington’s Andray Blatche led all scorers           New Jersey Nets … Nesterovic, an 11-year veteran, had not played in
with 24 points and Josh Howard added 17 … The Raptors made some               the last three games and had only two points and 10 minutes in the last
late-game adjustments defensively, going to traps and switches, to hold       five … Nesterovic hit seven of his first eight shots and finished 8-of-11
Washington to four points over the final 5:40 … Toronto played its second     for the game in only his third start of the season … Nesterovic matched
game without all-star forward Chris Bosh, who is out with a sprained left     his previous season high of 12 points by halftime and his basket early in
ankle … The Raptors had six players scoring in double figures including       the third quarter helped Toronto open a 20-point lead it never lost … Brook
Antoine Wright who provided his season-best 19 points off the bench           Lopez, led the Nets with 22 points … Jose Calderon added 16 points as
including a 3-for-3 game from behind the thee-point arc …Andrea Bargnani      the Raptors dropped the Nets to 5-50 … DeMar DeRozan and Hedo
scored 18 points and had four blocked shots, three in the fourth quarter      Turkoglu added 14 points apiece as Toronto shot nearly 60 per cent from
…Hedo Turkoglu limped off the court with 1:43 left in the third quarter       the field in extending its franchise record for consecutive 100-point games
after bumping knees, but came back in the fourth and put the Raptors          to 19 … Devin Harris added 19 points and 11 assists and Lee added 17
ahead to stay at 101-100 on a three-point play … The assist on the play       points in a game in which the Nets fell behind early and never caught up
went to Jose Calderon who had 10 points and four assists off the bench        … The Raptors led 56-41 at halftime … The nets rallied for a 30-16 spurt
… Rasho Nesterovic has picked up playing time because of Bosh’s               in the third quarter, closing to within 77-71 on a driving layup by Harris
absence and scored a season-best 16 points seven rebounds on Friday           with 1:29 left in the quarter … New Jersey had a chance to get closer, but
in a 106-89 victory over the Nets had 10 against the Wizards … The            a three-pointer by Jarvis Hayes went in and out … After taking a timeout,
Raptors led 64-57 at the half but the Wizards used a 31-21 third quarter      the Raptors scored the final five points of the quarter with Calderon
to take a three-point lead into the fourth quarter, which they opened on a    hitting a three-pointer at the buzzer for an 82-71 lead ... With the win
7-0 run to take a 95-85 lead …The Raptors moved to within six points          Toronto matched its franchise best record (30-24) through the first 54
when Jack hit a 26-foot pull-up jumper for three … Jack then converted        games.
four successive free throws to cut the lead to 100-98. The Raptors
scored the next seven points to go ahead 105-100 … Blatche brought the                              1        2        3        4        T
Wizards to within three with 1:27 left and with 6.9 seconds left but          TORONTO               32       24       26       24       106
Calderon and Jack responded to those by making two free throws each.          NEW JERSEY            21       20       30       18       89

                      1       2        3        4        T
WASHINGTON            32      25       31       16       104
TORONTO               34      30       21       24       109




                 GAME 53 - FEBRUARY 17, 2010                                                   GAME 52 - FEBRUARY 10, 2010
                MEMPHIS 109, TORONTO 102 (OT)                                                 TORONTO 104, PHILADELPHIA 93

TORONTO – The Grizzlies scored the game’s first 13 points and Rudy            TORONTO - The Toronto Raptors won their eighth in a row at home,
Gay had 29 in total, including eight in overtime, as Memphis beat Toronto     surviving a fourth-quarter comeback in a 104-93 victory over the
109-102, snapping the Raptors’ eight-game home winning streak … Chris         Philadelphia 76ers … Toronto blew a 23-point third-quarter lead as the
Bosh led the way for Toronto with 32 points … Andrea Bargnani hit a           76ers tied it 93-93 with 2:06 to play on Thaddeus Young’s running lay-up
hook shot with 1:16 to play and Bosh hit a 15-foot jumper to give them a      … The Raptors’ Jose Calderon was fouled by Willie Green on a three-
97-92 lead with 37.9 left … But after a timeout, the Grizzlies came back      point attempt and made the ensuing free throw to make it 97-93 … After
after an O.J. Mayo three-pointer with 32.6 seconds to play … Bargnani         Antoine Wright came up with a steal for Toronto, Bargnani hit a three-
then missed a 21-foot pull-up jumper with 7.9 seconds left … Mike Conley      pointer with 41 seconds left to seal it and send the crowd of 16,651 at Air
grabbed the rebound and Zach Randolph, playing with five fouls, made          Canada Centre into a frenzy … The victory ties the franchise record for
the layup of the fast break to tie the game with 1.9 seconds to go … Bosh     wins at the all-star break … Toronto was 29-21 in the 2001-02 season
missed a shot at the buzzer to send the game to overtime ... Gay’s            and 29-24 in 2006-07 … The loss ended a string of five consecutive
fadeaway jumper with 27.9 seconds left in OT made it 107-102 and Mayo         victories for the 76ers, who got 26 points from Louis Williams, including
made two free throws with 14.5 seconds left to seal it … Randolph had         14 in Philadelphia’s fourth-quarter run … Young finished with 15 …
24 points and Mayo added 22 for the Grizzlies … Bargnani scored 14 for        Bargnani added 16 points for Toronto, while Sonny Weems and DeMar
the Raptors, who got 12 points from Jose Calderon and 10 each from            DeRozan had 14 each … The Raptors led by 23 with 2:58 left in the third
Amir Johnson and Sonny Weems … The Raptors entered the fourth                 quarter … The game also marked the return of Raptors forward Reggie
quarter trailing 71-69 and took a 79-77 lead with eight minutes left when     Evans, who played for the first time since he suffered a left foot injury in
Bosh hit two free throws … Memphis led 28-16 after one quarter but the        the pre-season … Evans entered the game in the second quarter and had
Raptors shook off the rust to open the second quarter on a 12-0 run and       two points, three rebounds and one assist in five minutes of action ... The
Weems made it 30-30 on a running jump shot with 7:08 to play … Bosh’s         Raptors led at the half 50-41, thanks in large part to Bosh’s 10 points …
dunk put the Raptors ahead 39-38 with 4:13 to play in the second, but the     Toronto shot 52.2 per cent from the floor and Philadelphia shot 46.2 per
Grizzlies led 49-47 at the half … Raptor forward Antoine Wright left the      cent … Toronto scored the first nine points of the third and led 78-63
game with 4:14 to play with a cut over his right eye but returned with 1:40   heading to the fourth … Raptors forward Hedo Turkoglu missed
remaining to play and scored all five Raptors points in overtime.             Wednesday’s game because of an illness in his family.

                      1       2        3        4        OT     T                                   1        2        3        4        T
MEMPHIS               28      21       22       26       12     109           PHILADELPHIA          24       17       22       30       93
TORONTO               16      31       22       28       5      102           TORONTO               30       20       28       26       104
LAST TIME
50+ points
Toronto: 51, Vince Carter; February 27, 2000 vs. Phoenix.
Opponent: 81, Kobe Bryant; January 22, 2006 at L.A. Lakers.

40+ points
Toronto: 42, Chris Bosh, November 21, 2008 vs. New Jersey.
Opponent: 42, Mike Bibby; January 29, 2006 vs. Sacramento.

Back-to-back 40+ points
Toronto: Vince Carter; 42, December 9, 2001 vs. Phoenix and 42, December 7, 2001 vs. Denver (OT).
Opponent: None.

20+ rebounds
Toronto: 22, Chris Bosh; November 14, 2006 at Philadelphia.
Opponent: 20, Troy Murphy; December 10, 2008 vs. Indiana

20-point, 20-rebound games
Toronto: Chris Bosh; 23 points, 22 rebounds, November 14, 2006 at Golden State.
Opponent: Antawn Jamison; 24 points, 20 rebounds, January 29, 2008 at Washington.

15+ assists
Toronto: 19, Jose Calderon, March 29, 2009 vs. Chicago.
Opponent: 18, Chris Paul, November 6, 2009 at New Orleans

Triple-doubles
Toronto: Alvin Williams, March 23, 2001 vs. Atlanta (11 points, 10 rebounds, 14 assists).
Opponent: Rajon Rondon, January 10, 2010 vs. Boston (22 points, 13 assists, 10 rebounds).

Two 30+ scorers
Toronto: Chris Bosh (35), Andrea Bargnani (34); February 2, 2010 at Indiana.
Opponent: Dwyane Wade (30), Mario Chalmers (30); November 20, 2009 vs. Miami.

Four-Point Plays
Toronto: Jose Calderon, February 10, 2010 vs. Philadelphia
Opponent: JJ Redick, January 6, 2010 at Orlando Magic.

Three 20+ scorers
Toronto: Chris Bosh (35), Andrea Bargnani (34), Marco Belinelli (21); February 2, 2010 at Indiana.
Opponent: Rudy Gay (29), Zach Randolph (24), O.J. Mayo (22); February 17, 2010 vs. Memphis

Four 20+ scorers
Toronto: Jose Calderon (24), Chris Bosh (23), Anthony Parker (23), Andrea Bargnani (20); January 23, 2008 at Boston
Opponent: Jameer Nelson (30), JJ Redick (27), Dwight Howard (24), Ryan Anderson (20); November 1, 2009 vs. Orlando

Three Double Figure Rebounders
Toronto: Shawn Marion (15), Chris Bosh (12), Andrea Bargnani (10); February 22, 2009 vs. New York.
Opponent: Ben Wallace (15), Rasheed Wallace (13), Antonio McDyess (11); March 18, 2006 at Detroit.

Three Players with Double-Doubles
Toronto: Andrea Bargnani (18 pts, 10 reb), T.J. Ford (21 pts, 14 ast), Jorge Garbajosa (18 pts, 11 reb); Dec. 17, 2006 vs. Golden
State.
Opponent: Jared Jeffries (21 pts, 10 reb), David Lee (15 pts, 12 reb), Quentin Richardson (20 pts, 10 reb); March 28, 2008 vs.
New York.

Four Players with Double-Doubles
Toronto: Shawn Marion (16 pts, 15 reb), Chris Bosh (11 pts, 12 reb), Andrea Bargnani (28 pts, 10 reb), Jose Calderon (13 pts, 11
ast); February 22, 2009 vs. New York.
Opponent: Raymond Felton (10 pts, 12 ast), Brevin Knight (19 pts, 10 ast), Jumaine Jones (17 pts, 11 reb), Gerald Wallace (11
pts, 14 reb.); April 9, 2006 vs. Charlotte.
               2009-10 RESULTS                         NEXT OPPONENT
DATE                OPPONENT            TIME/SCORE
Wed. Oct. 28        Cleveland*          W 101-91
Fri. Oct. 30        @ Memphis^^         L 115-107                                   CLEVELAND at TORONTO
Sun. Nov. 1         Orlando#            L 125-116                                  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2010
Wed. Nov. 4         Detroit^^           W 110-99
Fri. Nov. 6         @ New Orleans^      W 107-90
Sat. Nov. 7         @ Dallas*           L 129-101
Mon. Nov. 9         @ San Antonio**     L131-124
Wed. Nov. 11        Chicago*            W 99-89
Fri. Nov. 13        @ L.A. Clippers^^   W 104-89                                      ALL-TIME VS. CLEVELAND
Sun. Nov. 15        @ Phoenix^^         L 101-100
Tue. Nov. 17        @ Denver^           L 130-112                                    Overall             Home                Road
Wed. Nov. 18        @ Utah*             L 104-91
Fri. Nov. 20        Miami^^             W 120-113                2009-10             1-1                 1-0                 0-1
Sun. Nov. 22        Orlando#            L 104-96                 All-Time            24-32               14-14               10-18
Tue. Nov. 24        Indiana*            W 123-112                Streaks             Lost 1              Won 1               Lost 10
Wed. Nov. 25        @ Charlotte*        L 116-81
Fri. Nov. 27        @ Boston^           L 116-103
Sun. Nov. 29        Phoenix#            L 113-94
Tue. Dec. 1         Washington*         L 106-102
Wed. Dec. 2         @ Atlanta*          L 146-115
                                                       LAST TIME THEY MET...
Fri. Dec. 4         @ Washington^       W 109-107 OT
Sat. Dec. 5         @ Chicago^          W 110-78
Tue. Dec. 8         Minnesota*          W 94-88
Wed. Dec. 9         @ Milwaukee*        L 117-95                                      DECEMBER 27, 2008
Fri. Dec. 11        Atlanta^^           L 111-89                                   PORTLAND 102, TORONTO 89
Sun. Dec. 13        Houston#            W 101-88
Tue. Dec. 15        @ Miami^            L 115-95       PORTLAND - Brandon Roy had 14 of his 32 points in the fourth quarter, LaMarcus Aldridge
Wed. Dec. 16        @ Orlando^^         L 118-99       added 19 points and nine rebounds, and Portland defeated Toronto 102-89 to sweep the
Fri. Dec. 18        New Jersey^^        W 118-95
Sun. Dec. 20        New Orleans#        W 98-92
                                                       season series for the first time since 2002-03 … Chris Bosh had 29 points and nine rebounds
Wed. Dec. 23        @ Detroit^^         W 94-64        for the Raptors, which had a two-game winning streak end … Jermaine O’Neal scored 17
Sun. Dec. 27        Detroit#            W 102-95       points, Andrea Bargnani added 13, and Jose Calderon had 11 points and eight assists …
Wed. Dec. 30        Charlotte^^         W 107-103      Greg Oden added 16 points and 10 rebounds for Portland, while Travis Outlaw added 12
Sat. Jan. 2         @ Boston^^          L 103-96       points … The Raptors were 6-of-8 on three-point attempts in the first half and led by as many
Sun. Jan. 3         San Antonio*        W 91-86        as 11, but they were just 12-of-34 from the field in the second half, missing all seven three-
Wed. Jan. 6         @ Orlando^^         W 108-103      pointers in the third quarter as the Blazers pulled ahead … Roy, who was 14-of-19 from the
Fri. Jan. 8         @ Philadelphia^     W 108-106      field and had nine assists, took over for Portland, scoring 20 points in the second half and
Sun. Jan. 10        Boston^             L 114-107      pushing the Blazers into the lead.
Mon. Jan. 11        @ Indiana^          L 105-101
Fri. Jan. 15        @ New York^         W 112-104
Sun. Jan. 17        Dallas#             W 110-88                                     1         2       3       4         T
Tue. Jan. 19        @ Cleveland^        L 108-100      TORONTO                       28        29      10      22        89
Wed. Jan. 20        @ Milwaukee*        L 113-107      PORTLAND                      25        23      20      33        102
Fri. Jan. 22        Milwaukee^          W 101-96
Sun. Jan. 24        L.A. Lakers*        W 106-105
Wed. Jan. 27        Miami^^             W 111-103
Thu. Jan. 28        @ New York^^        W 106-104
Sun. Jan. 31        Indiana*            W 117-102
Tue. Feb. 2         @ Indiana*          L 130-115
Wed. Feb. 3         New Jersey^^        W 108-99
Sun. Feb. 7         Sacramento^^        W 115-104
Wed. Feb. 10        Philadelphia^^      W 104-93
Wed. Feb. 17        Memphis*            L 109-102 OT
Fri. Feb. 19        @ New Jersey^^      W 106-89
Sat. Feb. 20        Washington#         W 109-104
Wed. Feb. 24        Portland*           7:00 p.m.
Fri. Feb. 26        Cleveland^^         7:00 p.m.
Sun. Feb. 28        @ Oklahoma City#    7:00 p.m.
Mon. Mar. 1         @ Houston^          8:30 p.m.
Fri. Mar. 5         New York^           7:00 p.m.
                                                                       2009-10 TORONTO RECORD VS. OPPONENTS
Sun. Mar. 7         Philadelphia#       12:00 p.m.
Tue. Mar. 9         @ L.A. Lakers^      10:30 p.m.
Wed. Mar. 10        @ Sacramento*       10:00 p.m.        Atlanta Hawks                        0-2          Milwaukee Bucks                   1-2
Sat. Mar. 13        @ Golden State^     10:30 p.m.        Boston Celtics                       0-3          Minnesota Timberwolves            1-0
Sun. Mar. 14        @ Portland*         9:00 p.m.         Charlotte Bobcats                    1-1          New Jersey Nets                   3-0
Wed. Mar. 17        Atlanta^^           7:00 p.m.         Chicago Bulls                        2-0          New Orleans Hornets               2-0
Fri. Mar. 19        Oklahoma City^      7:00 p.m.
Sat. Mar. 20        @ New Jersey^^      7:30 p.m.         Cleveland Cavaliers                  1-1          New York Knicks                   2-0
Mon. Mar. 22        @ Minnesota^^       8:00 p.m.         Dallas Mavericks                     1-1          Oklahoma City                     0-0
Wed. Mar. 24        Utah^^              7:00 p.m.         Denver Nuggets                       0-1          Orlando Magic                     1-3
Fri. Mar. 26        Denver^^            7:00 p.m.         Detroit Pistons                      3-0          Philadelphia 76ers                2-0
Sun. Mar. 28        @ Miami**           6:00 p.m.
Mon. Mar. 29        @ Charlotte^        7:00 p.m.
                                                          Golden State Warriors                0-0          Phoenix Suns                      0-2
Wed. Mar. 31        L.A. Clippers*      7:00 p.m.         Houston Rockets                      1-0          Portland Trail Blazers            0-0
Sat. Apr. 3         @ Philadelphia^     1:00 p.m.         Indiana Pacers                       2-2          Sacramento Kings                  1-0
Sun. Apr. 4         Golden State^       6:00 p.m.         Los Angeles Clippers                 1-0          San Antonio Spurs                 1-1
Tue. Apr. 6         @ Cleveland^        7:00 p.m.
Wed. Apr. 7         Boston^^            7:00 p.m.
                                                          Los Angeles Lakers                   1-0          Utah Jazz                         0-1
Fri. Apr. 9         @ Atlanta^          7:30 p.m.         Memphis Grizzlies                    0-2          Washington Wizards                2-1
Sun. Apr. 11        Chicago^            6:00 p.m.         Miami Heat                           2-1
Mon. Apr. 12        @ Detroit^          7:30 p.m.
Wed. Apr. 14        New York*           8:00 p.m.


* - denotes games on The Score
^ - denotes games on TSN
^^ - denotes games on TSN2
# - denotes games on CBC
** - denotes games on Raptors NBA TV
JAY TRIANO
TORONTO RAPTORS HEAD COACH
Jay Triano was promoted to head coach and signed to a three-       During his collegiate playing career at Simon Fraser, Triano led the
year contract May 11, 2009. He is the seventh head coach in        Clansmen in scoring all four seasons and set 11 school records,
franchise history.                                                 including the career scoring mark of 2,616 points. He was also a
                                                                   member of the football team during his senior season. In 1981, he
The 2009-10 campaign marks Triano’s eighth as a member             was drafted by the Los Angeles Lakers in the eighth round of the
of the Raptors’ coaching staff. He served as an assistant to       NBA Draft and by the Calgary Stampeders in the sixth round in the
three coaches before being named interim head coach. He            CFL Draft.
became the first Canadian born and Canadian trained coach
in the NBA when he joined Lenny Wilkens’ staff for the 2002-       Following graduation, Triano played for the Canadian National Team
03 season.                                                         for 11 years (1978-88) and was team captain from 1981-88. He
                                                                   represented Canada as a player on three Olympic teams (1980,
Triano took over the head coaching duties on an interim basis      1984 and 1988), serving as captain for the last two.
December 3, 2008 following the dismissal of Sam Mitchell.
Triano guided the club to a 9-4 mark in its final 13 outings in    Triano also wore his country’s colours internationally in the World
the 2008-09 season, and a 12-15 record after the all-star break.   University Games in 1979, 1981 and 1983 where he led the
He finished 25-40 overall.                                         tournament in scoring and Canada to the gold medal, and in 1985
                                                                   in Kobe, Japan where he carried the Canadian flag at the opening
A native of Niagara Falls, Triano was the head coach of the        ceremonies.
Canadian men’s national team from 1998-2004 posting a 52-
42 (.553) record. He led Canada to a semifinal berth in the        Triano is a member of the Canadian Basketball, Canadian Olympic,
2003 FIBA Americas Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Puerto         Basketball British Columbia, Basketball Ontario, Simon Fraser
Rico and to a 5-2 record, second best to the United States, in     Athletic and Niagara Falls Halls of Fame.
the 2000 Olympics. He has also served as an assistant coach
of the USAB Select Team (2007 and 2008), the head coach of         In April 2005, Triano was honoured by the Raptors with the Coach
the NIKE Skills Academy in Vancouver (2006) and Toronto            Mac Award, given annually to a member of the Canadian basketball
(2007), and for the past six years as a coach at the prestigious   community who through exemplary character and effort, has made
EURO CAMP in Treviso, Italy.                                       a major contribution to the sport of basketball while upholding the
                                                                   principles for which Coach Mac stood – honesty, integrity,
Prior to becoming a NBA assistant coach, Triano worked in          competitiveness and a love of the game.
the league from 1995-2001 as a radio and televison analyst
and director of community relations for the Vancouver Grizzlies.
He moved to Toronto from Vancouver in 2001 to work as a
basketball analyst for TSN.

Triano began his coaching career in 1985 as an assistant at
his alma mater Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British
Columbia. He took over the school’s head coaching duties in
1988 and served in that capacity until 1995. In 1992-93, he
also worked as an assistant coach on the Canadian Men’s                                                            JAY TRIANO
National Team and in 1993-94 he was the head coach of the
Canadian Men’s Junior National Team.




        JAY TRIANO QUICK FACTS
  Record with Toronto: 56-64 (.466)
  2009-10 Record: 31-24 (.563)
  Seasons with Toronto: 8
  College: Simon Fraser

  Coaching Experience:
  Simon Fraser, Assistant Coach                 1985-1988
  Simon Fraser, Head Coach                      1988-1995
  Canada Basketball, Assistant Coach            1992-1993
  Canada Basketball, Head Coach                 1998-2004
  Toronto Raptors, Assistant Coach              2002-2008
  USAB Select Team, Assistant Coach             2007-Present
  Toronto Raptors, Head Coach                   2008-Present

  Noteables:
  * Served as the director of community relations for the
  Vancouver Grizzlies from 1995-2001.
  * Also worked as a radio and television analyst on
  Grizzlies broadcasts before joining TSN as an analyst in
  2001.
              2009-10 COACHING STAFF                                     OLYMPIC HONOUR: Jay Triano participated in the 2010 Vancouver
                                                                         Olympic Torch Relay on December 17 in downtownToronto. The
                                                                         Olympic torch is currently on a 100 day tour making stops in every
                                                                         province and territory throughout Canada. Over 12,000 torchbear-
                                                                         ers will participate in the relay, which will conclude during the
                                                                         opening ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver,
                                                                         BC in February. Triano, a native of Niagara Falls, Ont. has been a
                                                                         fixture on the Vancouver sports scene for over 20 years. He at-
                                                                         tended Simon Fraser University (NAIA) and later coached the
                                                                         Clan from 1988-95. Triano was the head coach for the Canadian
                                                                         men’s national basketball team for six years, leading the team to
                                                                         a berth in the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. He also served
    Alex English         Marc Iavaroni             Micah Nori            as the director of community relations for the Vancouver Grizzlies
                                                                         from 1995-2001.

                                                                         KEEPER OF THE FUTURE STARS: Raptors head coach Jay Triano
                                                                         has spent the last two summers as head coach of USA
                                                                         Basketball’s Select Team, which acts as a feeder program for the
                                                                         Senior National Team. The Select Team met in Las Vegas during
                                                                         July for a week-long camp and concluded with a public scrimmage
                                                                         at the Thomas & Mack Center on UNLV’s campus. Here is a list
                                                                         of players that participated this summer:
     Eric Hughes              Alvin                 Francesco
                             Williams                Cuzzolin            D.J. Augustin             Charlotte Bobcats
                                                                         Ronnie Brewer             Utah Jazz
                                                                         Kevin Durant              Oklahoma City Thunder
                                                                         Rudy Gay                  Memphis Grizzlies
             ALL-TIME TORONTO COACHING WINS                              Eric Gordon               Los Angeles Clippers
 Name            Years         Games   W-L                     Pct.      Danny Granger             Indiana Pacers
                                                                         Jeff Green                Oklahoma City Thunder
 Jay Triano      2008-present  120     56-64                   .466
                                                                         Blake Griffin             Los Angeles Clippers
 Sam Mitchell    2004-08       345     156-189                 .452      Devin Harris              New Jersey Nets
 Lenny Wilkens 2000-03         246     113-134                 .455      Andre Iguodala            Philadelphia 76ers
 Butch Carter    1998-2000     165     73-92                   .442      Kyle Korver               Utah Jazz
 Darrell Walker 1996-98        131     41-90                   .313      David Lee                 New York Knicks
 Kevin O’Neill   2003-04       82      33-49                   .402      Brook Lopez               New Jersey Nets
 Brendan Malone 1995-96        82      21-61                   .236      Kevin Love                Minnesota Timberwolves
                                                                         O.J. Mayo                 Memphis Grizzlies
                                                                         JaVale McGee              Washington Wizards
                                                                         Paul Millsap              Utah Jazz
FRAME OF REFERENCE                                                       Greg Oden                 Portland Trail Blazers
Here are some notable Canadians that have connections with               Anthony Randolph          Golden State Warriors
Jay Triano and will periodically come up during his interviews:          Derrick Rose              Chicago Bulls
                                                                         Josh Smith                Atlanta Hawks
JACK DONOHUE – The most accomplished coach in Canadian                   Russell Westbrook         Oklahoma City Thunder
basketball history. Donohue led the Canadian Men’s National              Thaddeus Young            Philadelphia 76ers
team for 17 years (1972-1988) finishing fourth at the 1976 Summer
Olympics in Montreal and fourth at the 1984 Summer Olympics in           THE FIRST 82: Jay Triano made his head coaching debut for
Los Angeles. He also guided the team to an eighth-place finish at        Toronto December 5, 2008 when the Raptors visited the Utah
the 1986 FIBA World Championships. Donohue retired from                  Jazz. Triano was named interim head coach December 3, 2008
coaching in 1988 and is a member of the Canadian Basketball              and then awarded the full job May 11, 2009. Triano is the seventh
Hall of Fame. Coached Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (then Lew Alcindor)            head coach in team history and the first Canadian to guide an
in high school.                                                          NBA team. Through his first 79 games at the helm, Triano has
                                                                         guided the Raptors to more victories than former head coaches
TERRY FOX – An iconic Canadian hero best known for                       Darrell Walker, Butch Carter and Brendan Malone. Lenny
establishing the Marathon of Hope, a cross-Canada run to raise           Wilkens is the only head coach in team history to record a winning
money for cancer research. Fox and Triano studied kinesiology            record during the first 82 games. He is also the only head coach
together at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver during the late         with prior head coaching experience to lead the Raptors. Butch
1970s. Earlier in 1977, Fox was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma              Carter was also interim head coach during the final 33 games of
(a form of cancer) and lost his right leg. Fox set out on a journey to   the 1997-98 season and resumed the head coaching duties in
run across Canada with one good leg in April of 1980. His goal           1999 following the League labor dispute.
was to raise $1 from every Canadian citizen along the way. After
running for 143 days and 5,373 kilometers (3,339 miles), Fox                     TORONTO COACHES DURING FIRST 82 GAMES
was forced to stop outside of Thunder Bay, Ontario because cancer
had appeared in his lungs. Fox passed away on June 28, 1981 a            Name                  Year              W-L          PCT.
the age of 22. Since then over $400 million has been raised              Lenny Wilkens         2000-01           47-35        .573
worldwide during the annual Terry Fox Run.                               Sam Mitchell          2004-05           33-49        .402
                                                                         Kevin O’Neil          2003-04           33-49        .402
                                                                         Jay Triano            2008-09           32-50        .390
                                                                         Darrell Walker        1996-97           30-52        .365
                                                                         Butch Carter          1998-99           27-55        .329
                                                                         Brendan Malone        1995-96           21-61        .256
                                   #0 MARCO BELINELLI
                     POSITION: Guard                                 HEIGHT: 6-5                                         WEIGHT: 200
                     BIRTHDATE: 03/25/1985                           COUNTRY: Bologna, Italy                             NBA EXPERIENCE: 2 Years

2009-10 REGULAR SEASON: Activated Feb. 20 vs. Philadelphia ... Placed
on the inactive list Feb. 7 vs. Sacramento with a sore left ankle ... Started                                  CAREER HIGHS
Feb. 2 at Indiana and scored a season-high 21 points ...Led the bench in        Points                      27    at Atlanta*               12/19/2008
consecutive games with 15 points Jan. 24 vs. L.A. Lakers and 16 points          FG Made                     11    at Atlanta*               12/19/2008
Jan. 22 vs. Milwaukee ... Led the bench with 13 points Dec. 30 vs.              FG Attempted                21    at Atlanta*               12/19/2008
Charlotte and matched his career-high with three steals ... Fouled out for      3FG Made                    5     at Indiana* (2X)          12/17/2008
the first time in his career Dec. 27 vs. Detroit ... Led the bench with 15      3FG Attempted               11    vs. Boston*               12/26/2008
points Dec. 5 at Chicago ... Scored a bench-high 19 points on eight-of-14       FT Made                     8     vs. Indiand               11/24/2009
shooting Dec. 2 at Atlanta ... Had career highs of eight free throws made       FT Attempted                10    vs. Indiana               11/24/2009
and 10 attempts en route to 11 points Nov. 24 vs. Indiana ... Activated prior   Offensive Rebounds          3     vs. Houston*              12/12/2008
to the Nov. 24 game vs. Indiana ... Placed on the inactive list Nov. 22 vs.     Defensive Rebounds          7     at Detroit*               03/06/2009
Orlando with a sore left groin ... Poured in 19 points (7-for-14) Nov. 18 at    Total Rebounds              7     at Detroit*               03/06/2009
Utah ... Scored 16 points to lead all bench players Nov. 17 at Denver ...       Assists                     6     at Minnesota* (4X)        01/02/2009
Led the bench with 12 points, including four-of-four from beyond the arc        Steals                      3     vs. Charlotte (3X)        12/30/2009
Nov. 9 at San Antonio ... Shared the team lead with nine points off the         Blocks                      1     at Detroit*               03/06/2009
bench Nov. 6 at New Orleans ... Raptors exercised a fourth-year team            Minutes                     43    vs. Boston*               12/26/2008
option Oct. 29 ... Led the bench with 10 points in 19 minutes during his        * - with Golden State
Raptors debut Oct. 28 vs. Cleveland.

                                                                  LAST FIVE GAMES
Date        Opp.          Score             MIN        FG FGA          3P 3PA    FT        FTA          OR DR TOT           A    PF    ST TO BS PTS
Feb. 7      SAC           W 115-104         INACTIVE - Sore left ankle
Feb. 10     PHI           W 104-93          10:19      0     5         0  2      0         0            0    2    2         1    3     1    1    0    0
Feb. 17     MEM           L 109-102 OT      DNP-CD
Feb. 19     @ N.J.        W 106-89          9:02       0     1         0  0      1         2            0    0    0         2    1     0    1    0    1
Feb. 20     WAS           W 109-104         DNP-CD




                                          #1 JARRETT JACK
                     POSITION: Guard                                 HEIGHT: 6-3                                        WEIGHT: 197
                     BIRTHDATE: 10/28/1983                           COLLEGE: Georgia Tech                              NBA EXPERIENCE: 4 Years

2009-10 REGULAR SEASON: Led the team in scoring for a second
straight game Feb. 20 vs. Washington … Scored 11 of his team-                                                 CAREER HIGHS
high 23 points during the fourth quarter rally, including nine                 Points                      33    at New York**           02/23/2009
straight in a three-minute span … Averaging 12.3 points, 5.6                   FG Made                     13    at Charlotte**          03/21/2009
assists and shooting .522 (140-for-268) from the field in 33                   FG Attempted                22    at Milwaukee*           12/06/2006
consecutive starts (Dec. 8-Feb. 20) … Has appeared in 260                      3FG Made                    4     at New York**           01/02/2009
consecutive games over the last three seasons … Leads the                      3FG Attempted               7     at Philadelphia** (3X)  02/05/2009
team in free throw shooting with a .837 (128-for-153) percentage               FT Made                     13    at Charlotte*           02/09/2007
… Earned his first double-double of the season Feb. 19 at New Jersey           FT Attempted                16    at Charlotte*           02/09/2007
with a team-high 18 points and 10 assists … Recorded a game-high eight         Offensive Rebounds          3     at L.A. Lakers** (4X)   01/09/2009
assists and played 30 minutes without committing a turnover Feb. 10            Defensive Rebounds          9     at Toronto*             01/13/2008
against Sixers … Completed a streak of 75 consecutive minutes without          Total Rebounds              9     vs. Denver* (3X)        02/04/2008
a turnover between Dec. 18-27 … Added 17 points and team highs of              Assists                     11    vs. Orlando (4X)        11/22/2009
eight assists and eight rebounds Dec. 13 vs. Houston ... First start this      Steals                      4     vs. Chicago** (8X)      03/31/2009
season Dec. 8 vs. Minnesota, replacing Jose Calderon (sore left hip) ...       Blocks                      2     at Charlotte** (3X)     02/18/2009
Set season highs with free throws made (11) and free throws attempted          Minutes                     48    at L.A. Clippers** (3X) 12/19/2008
(12) against Minnesota on Dec. 8 ... Recorded a team-high nine assists         * - with Portland; ** - with Indiana
Dec. 5 at Chicago ... Tied a season-high with 18 points and added five
assists Nov. 27 at Boston ... Scored 18 points and was perfect from the
field Nov. 24 vs. Indiana .. Matched his career-high with 11 assists Nov.
22 vs. Orlando ... Scored 17 points Nov. 20 vs. Miami ... Finished with a team-high five assists Nov. 18 at Utah ... Led the bench in scoring with nine
points Nov. 6 at New Orleans ... Tied for the team lead with six assists to go with nine points Nov. 4 vs. Detroit ... Recorded a team-high five assists
Oct. 30 at Memphis ... Played 31 minutes during his Raptors debut Oct. 28 vs. Cleveland ... Finished with six points and four assists.

                                                                 LAST FIVE GAMES
Date        Opp.          Score             MIN          FG   FGA    3P 3PA     FT         FTA          OR   DR   TOT       A    PF    ST   TO   BS   PTS
Feb. 7      SAC           W 115-104         28:33        3    8      0   2      1          1            0    5    5         9    3     1    2    0    7
Feb. 10     PHI           W 104-93          29:38        3    10     0   0      2          4            0    1    1         8    3     1    0    0    8
Feb. 17     MEM           L 109-102 OT      18:11        1    3      0   1      1          1            0    1    1         2    2     0    1    0    3
Feb. 19     @ N.J.        W 106-89          28:09        6    9      2   3      4          5            0    5    5         10   3     0    4    0    18
Feb. 20     WAS           W 109-104         31:21        6    9      3   4      8          8            2    2    4         8    0     0    3    0    23
                                        #3 MARCUS BANKS
                      POSITION: Guard                                 HEIGHT: 6-2                                          WEIGHT: 205
                      BIRTHDATE: 11/19/1981                           COLLEGE: UNLV                                        NBA EXPERIENCE: 6 Years

2009-10 REGULAR SEASON: Activated Feb. 19 at New Jersey ... Placed
on the inactive list Feb. 17 vs. Memphis ... Played eight minutes Feb. 3 vs.                                    CAREER HIGHS
New Jersey and added seven points ... Activated Jan. 27 vs. Miami ...            Points                       28    vs. Atlanta*                 04/14/2004
Placed on the inactive list Jan. 24 ... Activated Jan. 15 at New York ...        FG Made                      12    vs. Houston**                03/07/2006
Placed on the inactive list Jan. 10 vs. Boston with an upper repiratory          FG Attempted                 19    vs. Houston**                03/07/2006
infection ... Paced the bench with eight points Jan. 3 vs. San Antonio ...       3FG Made                     7     vs. Denver^                  01/07/2008
Scored a season-high 14 points Dec. 18 vs. New Jersey ... Played a               3FG Attempted                8     at Utah^ (2X)                01/10/2008
season-high 15 minutes and had three assists Dec. 9 at Milwaukee ...             FT Made                      12    vs. Atlanta*                 04/14/2004
Placed on the inactive list Nov. 24 ... Activated Nov. 22 vs. Orlando ...        FT Attempted                 14    vs. Atlanta*                 04/14/2004
Placed on the inactive list Nov. 17 at Denver ... Activated Nov. 15 at           Offensive Rebounds           4     vs. Memphis**                04/19/2006
Phoenix ... Placed on the inactive list Nov. 9 at San Antonio ... Activated      Defensive Rebounds           5     vs. Toronto^^ (8X)           03/05/2008
Nov. 7 at Dallas and contributed with four points and two assists ...            Total Rebounds               7     vs. Miami**                  04/13/2007
Placed on the inactive list Nov. 6 at New Orleans ... Activated prior to the     Assists                      10    at Atlanta**                 04/05/2006
Nov. 4 game vs. Detroit ... Placed on the inactive list Nov. 1 vs. Orlando ...   Steals                       7     vs. Golden State*            04/02/2004
Played one minute during the season opener Oct. 28 vs. Cleveland.                Blocks                       2     at Cleveland^^ (6X)          12/28/2008
                                                                                 Minutes                      43    at New Jersey**              03/23/2006
                                                                                 * - with Boston; ** - with   Minnesota; ^ - with Phoenix; ^^   - with Miami


                                                                LAST FIVE GAMES
Date         Opp.         Score              MIN          FG FGA    3P 3PA     FT             FTA       OR DR TOT              A    PF   ST TO BS PTS
Feb. 7       SAC          W 115-104          DNP-CD
Feb. 10      PHI          W 104-93           DNP-CD
Feb. 17      MEM          L 109-102 OT       INACTIVE
Feb. 19      @ N.J.       W 106-89           DNP-CD
Feb. 20      WAS          W 109-104          INACTIVE




                                                  #4 CHRIS BOSH
                      POSITION: Forward                               HEIGHT: 6-10                                         WEIGHT: 245
                      BIRTHDATE: 03/24/1984                           COLLEGE: Georgia Tech                                NBA EXPERIENCE: 6 Years

2009-10 REGULAR SEASON: Missed his first game of the season
Feb. 19 at New Jersey (sprained left ankle) ... Sustained the ankle                                         CAREER HIGHS
sprain in overtime Feb. 17 vs. Memphis, but finished the game ...               Points                    44    at Milwaukee               01/20/2010
Scored a career-high 44 points Jan. 20 at Milwaukee ... Recorded game           FG Made                   16    at Detroit                 12/27/2005
highs of 26 points and 15 reboundsand added a season-high seven                 FG Attempted              31    vs. Detroit                03/13/2009
assists Jan. 31 vs. Indiana ...Scored the winning basket with 8.4 seconds       3FG Made                  2     vs. Orlando (4X)           11/01/2009
left Jan. 8 at Philadelphia … Became the team’s all-time leading scorer         3FG Attempted             3     at Chicago (5X)            04/15/2009
with 9,428 career points Jan. 3 vs. San Antonio ... Scored 9,000th career       FT Made                   22    at Phoenix                 12/22/2007
point Nov. 25 vs. Charlotte ... Had a streak of eight consecutive double-       FT Attempted              24    at Phoenix                 12/22/2007
doubles (Nov. 7-20) come to an end against the Magic … First in the NBA         Offensive Rebounds        10    at Golden State             11/14/2006
rebounding with 11.9 boards and seventh in scoring with 25.4 points ...         Defensive Rebounds        18    at Philadelphia            03/25/2005
Leads the NBA with 13 double-doubles ... Recorded a game-high 32                Total Rebounds            22    at Golden State (2X)       11/14/2006
points and 17 rebounds Nov. 18 at Utah ... Scored a team-high 32 points         Assists                   9     vs. Denver                 03/23/2008
and added 10 rebounds Nov. 9 at San Antonio ... Recorded a double-              Steals                    7     at Chicago                 01/23/2009
double with 26 points and 12 rebounds Nov. 7 at Dallas ... Tied a team          Blocks                    6     at Milwaukee (3X)          01/10/2007
record by shooting a perfect 9-for-9 from the field Nov. 6 at New Orleans       Minutes                   55    vs. Portland               01/13/2008
(last - Keon Clark, April 12, 2002 vs. Atlanta) ... Finished with a game-high
27 points against the Hornets ... Scored a game-high 25 points on five-of-
10 from the field and 15-of-20 from the line and grabbed eight rebounds Nov. 4 vs. Detroit ... Recorded back-to-back games with 30+ points for the
sixth time Oct. 30-Nov. 1 (37 at Memphis, 35 vs. Orlando) ... Tied a career-high by making a pair of three-pointers Nov. 1 vs. Orlando ... Scored a game-
high 37 points Oct. 30 at Memphis ... Also led the team with 12 rebounds against the Grizzlies ... Recorded a double-double with 21 points and 16
rebounds during the season opener Oct. 28 vs. Cleveland.

                                                                  LAST FIVE GAMES
Date         Opp.         Score              MIN        FG FGA          3P 3PA   FT          FTA        OR      DR   TOT       A    PF   ST     TO   BS   PTS
Feb. 7       SAC          W 115-104          41:13      14 18           0   0    8           11         3       8    11        5    1    0      2    1    36
Feb. 10      PHI          W 104-93           41:04      8    15         0   0    7           10         3       9    12        3    2    1      2    0    23
Feb. 17      MEM          L 109-102 OT       43:57      11 22           0   1   10           10         1       9    10        4    4    0      0    2    32
Feb. 19      @ N.J.       W 106-89           INACTIVE - Sprained left ankle
Feb. 20      WAS          W 109-104          INACTIVE - Sprained left ankle
                               #7 ANDREA BARGNANI
                     POSITION: Centre/Forward                        HEIGHT: 7-0                                      WEIGHT: 250
                     BIRTHDATE: 10/26/1985                           COUNTRY: Rome, Italy                             NBA EXPERIENCE: 3 Years

2009-10 REGULAR SEASON: Averaging 19.6 points, 6.6 rebounds
and 2.3 blocks during seven games in February … Has at least                                           CAREER HIGHS
one block in 14 consecutive games (Jan. 17-Feb. 19) … Leads the             Points                   34    at Indiana                02/02/2010
team in made three-pointers (81), three-pointers attempted (221)            FG Made                  14    at Indiana                02/02/2010
and blocks (80) ... Averaged 18.2 points, 6.7 rebounds and 1.8 blocks       FG Attempted             25    vs. Indiana               02/29/2008
during the month of January ... Returned to the lineup after missing one    3FG Made                 5     at New York (8X)          01/15/2010
game (Jan. 22 vs. Milwaukee) with a sore lower back … Placed on the         3FG Attempted            10    vs. New Jersey (3X)       12/21/2008
inactive list Jan. 22 vs. Milwaukee (sore lower back) ... Set a career-high FT Made                  9     vs. New York (2X)         02/22/2009
with his seventh double-double of the season Jan. 15 at New York            FT Attempted             12    vs. New York              02/22/2009
(previous high was six in 2008-09) … Also matched his career-high Jan.      Offensive Rebounds       5     vs. Golden State          12/17/2006
15 at New York by making five three-pointers … Placed on the inactive list  Defensive Rebounds       13    at Indiana                01/11/2010
Dec. 9 at Milwaukee with a sore right ankle ... Second on the team in three Total Rebounds           17    at Indiana                01/11/2010
pointers (37) and attempts (97) this season … Averaged 14.8 points and      Assists                  7     at Boston                 01/23/2008
9.3 rebounds over four game stretch (Nov. 18-24) … Second on the team       Steals                   4     vs. L.A. Clippers (2X)    02/28/2008
in three pointers (29) and attempts (69) this season … Ranked ninthth in    Blocks                   6     at Washington (2X)        04/13/2009
the NBA with a.887 (47-of-53) free throw percentage and tied for 39th in    Minutes                  49    vs. New Jersey            12/21/2008
scoring (16.8) … Recorded back-to-back double-doubles for the first
time in his career Nov. 20 vs. Miami and Nov. 18 at Utah … Recorded his
second double-double of the season with 10 points and 11 rebounds Nov. 18 at Utah ... Contributed 17 points Nov. 9 at San Antonio ... Registered a
game - and career-high 12 rebounds to go with 22 points en route to his first double-double of the season Nov. 4 vs. Detroit ... Scored 22 of his 26
points during the second half Nov. 1 vs. Orlando ... Scored a game-high 28 points in 30 minutes during the season opener Oct. 28 vs. Cleveland.

                                                                 LAST FIVE GAMES
Date        Opp.         Score              MIN          FG   FGA    3P 3PA     FT        FTA        OR    DR   TOT      A   PF   ST   TO   BS   PTS
Feb. 7      SAC          W 115-104          36:59        9    15     1   5      3         4          1     7    8        3   3    0    3    1    22
Feb. 10     PHI          W 104-93           36:28        5    12     1   4      5         6          1     6    7        2   1    2    3    2    16
Feb. 17     MEM          L 109-102 OT       40:10        7    19     0   4     0          2          3     7    10       0   3    0    0    3    14
Feb. 19     @ N.J.       W 106-89           32:33        5    9      0   1      3         4          0     6    6        1   3    0    1    1    13
Feb. 20     WAS          W 109-104          39:05        6    13     1   3      5         6          0     6    6        0   2    0    0    4    18




                                     #8 JOSE CALDERON
                     POSITION: Guard                                 HEIGHT: 6-3                                      WEIGHT: 210
                     BIRTHDATE: 09/28/1981                           COUNTRY: Villanueva de la Serena, Spain          NBA EXPERIENCE: 4 Years

2009-10 REGULAR SEASON: Returned to action Feb. 7 vs.
Sacramento after missing one game with a sprained right ankle                                               CAREER HIGHS
... Placed on the inactive list with a sprained right ankle Feb. 3 vs.          Points                    27   vs. San Antonio         02/22/2008
New Jersey ... Left in the fourth quarter Feb. 2 at Indiana with a              FG Made                   12   vs. San Antonio         02/11/2008
sprained right ankle ... Led the bench with a season-high 21 points             FG Attempted              21   vs. Washington          03/07/2008
Jan. 15 at New York ... Returned to the lineup Jan. 6 at Orlando after          3FG Made                  5    vs. New Orleans         12/14/2009
missing 10 consecutive games (Dec. 13 - Jan. 3) with a sore left hip ...        3FG Attempted             8    at Utah                 11/18/2009
Placed on inactive list Dec. 13 vs. Houston with a sore left hip ... Returned   FT Made                   9    vs. Detroit             11/05/2008
to the lineup Dec. 11 vs. Atlanta ... Played seven minutes in the first half    FT Attempted              9    vs. Detroit (2X)        11/05/2008
against the Hawks before aggravating the injury ... Placed on the inactive      Offensive Rebounds        3    vs. Chicago (2X)        12/14/2005
list Dec. 8 vs. Minnesota with a sore left hip ... Had a career-high streak     Defensive Rebounds        7   vs. Golden State (2X)    12/16/2005
of 124 consecutive minutes without a turnover end during the third quarter      Total Rebounds            9    at Washington           12/06/2005
Dec. 4 at Washington … Scored a season-high 21 points on 8-of-11 from           Assists                   19   vs. Chicago             03/19/2009
the field Nov. 24 vs. Indiana ... Recorded his 2,000 career in the first        Steals                    4    vs. Detroit (4X)        03/13/2009
quarter Nov. 9 at San Antonio ... Had 18 points and six assists Nov. 11 vs.     Blocks                    2   vs. Atlanta              04/07/2009
Chicago ... Recorded a game-high nine assists and 13 points Nov. 9 at           Minutes                   54   vs. Portland            01/13/2008
San Antonio ... Led the team with seven assists Nov. 7 at Dallas ... Scored
16 points on 6-of-11 shooting Nov. 6 at New Orleans .. Finished with a
game-high six assists Nov. 1 vs. Orlando ... Recorded a game-high 11
assists during the season opener Oct. 28 vs. Cleveland.



                                                                 LAST FIVE GAMES
Date        Opp.         Score              MIN          FG   FGA    3P 3PA     FT        FTA        OR    DR   TOT      A   PF   ST   TO   BS   PTS
Feb. 7      SAC          W 115-104          20:54        3    7      1   2      0         0          0     1    1        2   1    1    0    0    7
Feb. 10     PHI          W 104-93           19:41        4    8      1   3      1         1          0     1    1        6   3    0    1    0    10
Feb. 17     MEM          L 109-102 OT       34:49        4    10     2   4      2         2          1     5    6        9   4    0    3    0    12
Feb. 19     @ N.J.       W 106-89           26:20        5    8      2   3      2         2          0     3    3        3   3    1    3    0    16
Feb. 20     WAS          W 109-104          22:41        4    10     0   1      2         2          0     4    4        4   2    0    1    0    10
                                 #10 DeMAR DeROZAN
                     POSITION: Guard/Forward                       HEIGHT: 6-7                                           WEIGHT: 220
                     BIRTHDATE: 07/21/1989                         COLLEGE: Southern California                          NBA EXPERIENCE: Rookie

2009-10 REGULAR SEASON: Had a streak of 13 consecutive games
with 20+ minutes end (Jan. 2-Feb. 19) … Ranks sixth among                                                      CAREER HIGHS
rookies with a .477 (157-for-329) field goal percentage … Averaging               Points                    21    at Atlanta                  12/02/2009
9.2 points, 3.8 rebounds and shooting .588 (20-for-34) from the                   FG Made                   6     at Orlando (X4)             01/06/2010
field during five games in February ... Defeated L.A. Clippers guard              FG Attempted              12    vs. L.A. Lakers (X2)        01/24/2010
Eric Gordon at the inaugural NBA All-Star Dunk-In during halftime of the T-       3FG Made                  1     at Boston (X4)              11/27/2009
Mobile Rookie Challenge & Youth Jam at All-Star Weekend in Dallas ...             3FG Attempted             2     at Denver                   11/17/2009
Advanced to the Sprite Slam Dunk contest where he finished second to              FT Made                   11    at New York                 01/15/2010
New York’s Nate Robinson ... Returned to the lineup after missing five            FT Attempted              14    at New York                 01/15/2010
games (Jan. 27-Feb. 3) with a sprained right ankle ... Match his career-          Offensive Rebounds        3     vs. Minnesota (X2)          12/08/2009
high with 12 field goal attempts Jan. 24 vs. L.A. Lakers ... Set career           Defensive Rebounds        6     vs. Miami (X2)              11/20/2009
highs with 11 free throws made and 14 attempts Jan. 15 against the                Total Rebounds            9     vs. Chicago                 11/11/2009
Knicks …Tied his career-high with six field goals Dec. 18 vs. New Jersey          Assists                   2     at Orlando (X4)             12/16/2009
... Matched his career-high with two steals Dec. 15 at Miami ... Recorded         Steals                    2     at Detroit (X4)             12/23/2009
career-highs in points (21), FGA (11), FTM (9), FTA (12) and minutes (30)         Blocks                    2     vs. Chicago                 11/11/2009
Dec. 2 at Atlanta ... Scored team-high 21 point Dec. 2 at Atlanta ... Made        Minutes                   30    at Atlanta                  12/02/2009
a career-high six free throws Nov. 29 vs. Phoenix ... Recorded nine
points and two steals Nov. 27 at Boston ... Totaled 12 points and six
rebounds Nov. 25 at Charlotte ... Set career highs in points (17), field
goals (6), field goal attempts (9) and three-pointers (2) on Nov. 17 at Denver    ... Recorded nine points and a career-best nine rebounds in 19 minutes
Nov. 11 vs. Chicago ... Scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds in 24       minutes during his NBA debut Oct. 28 vs. Cleveland.


                                                               LAST FIVE GAMES
Date        Opp.         Score             MIN         FG   FGA    3P 3PA     FT              FTA       OR    DR   TOT       A    PF     ST   TO   BS   PTS
Feb. 7      SAC          W 115-104         23:59       3    6      0   0      1               1         0     2    2         0    2      1    2    0    7
Feb. 10     PHI          W 104-93          28:38       6    9      0   0      2               5         2     5    7         1    0      2    2    0    14
Feb. 17     MEM          L 109-102 OT      22:06       4    10     0   1      1               2         2     1    3         1    1      0    1    0    9
Feb. 19     @ N.J.       W 106-89          23:05       6    7      0   0      2               6         2     4    6         0    2      2    0    0    14
Feb. 20     WAS          W 109-104         16:53       1    2      0   0      0               0         1     0    1         1    2      1    1    0    2




                         #12 RASHO NESTEROVIC
                     POSITION: Centre                              HEIGHT: 7-0                                           WEIGHT: 270
                     BIRTHDATE: 05/30/1976                         COUNTRY: Ljublijana, Slovenia                         NBA EXPERIENCE: 9 Years

2009-10 SEASON: Qualified as the Raptors’ all-time leader in field
goal percentage (.552) with his 1,000 field goal attempt Feb. 20 vs.                                           CAREER HIGHS
Washington ... Started his third game of the season Feb. 19 at                    Points                     24    vs. San Antonio*           11/24/2001
New Jersey replacing Chris Bosh (sprained left ankle) … Posted                    FG Made                    12    vs. San Antonio*           11/24/2001
a season-high 16 points and led the team with seven rebounds                      FG Attempted               23    vs. San Antonio*           11/24/2001
against the Nets … Started Jan. 22 vs. Milwaukee and pulled in a season-          3FG Made                   1     at Atlanta                 04/02/2008
high seven rebounds ... Made first start of the season Dec. 9 at Milwaukee        3FG Attempted              1     at Atlanta (12X)           04/02/2008
in place of the injured Andrea Bargnani (sore right ankle) ... Recorded his       FT Made                    6     vs. New Jersey** (2X) 01/21/2004
second double figuring scoring game of the season with 10 points Nov. 27          FT Attempted               9     at L.A. Clippers**         12/01/2003
at Boston ... Connected on six-of-nine field goals for a season-high 12           Offensive Rebounds         10    at Philadelphia*           01/30/2002
points Nov. 24 vs. Indiana ... Led the bench with eight points and six            Defensive Rebounds         12    vs. Detroit*               02/21/2003
rebounds Oct. 30 at Memphis ... Scored four points in seven minutes               Total Rebounds             15    vs. Dallas** (3X)          03/05/2004
during the season opener Oct. 28 vs. Cleveland.                                   Assists                    8     vs. Orlando^               11/21/2008
                                                                                  Steals                     3     vs. Cleveland (6X)         11/30/2007
                                                                                  Blocks                     9     at Dallas*                 03/10/2003
                                                                                  Minutes                    48    at Sacramento              03/16/2008
                                                                                  * - with Minnesota; ** - with San Antonio; ^ - with Indiana


                                                             LAST FIVE GAMES
Date        Opp.         Score            MIN          FG FGA    3P 3PA     FT                FTA       OR DR TOT            A    PF     ST TO BS PTS
Feb. 7      SAC          W 115-104        DNP-CD
Feb. 10     PHI          W 104-93         DNP-CD
Feb. 17     MEM          L 109-102 OT     DNP-CD
Feb. 19     @ N.J.       W 106-89         25:33        8    11        0       0          0    0         1    6     7         4    2      0    1    1    16
Feb. 20     WAS          W 109-104        18:50        5    7         0       0          0    0         1    0     1         0    3      1    1    1    10
                             #13 PATRICK O’BRYANT
                     POSITION: Centre                                HEIGHT: 7-0                              WEIGHT: 260
                     BIRTHDATE: 06/20/1986                           COLLEGE: Bradley                         NBA EXPERIENCE: 3 Years

2009-10 REGULAR SEASON: Activated Feb. 20 vs. Washington ... Placed
on the inactive list Feb. 10 vs. Philadelphia ... Activated Jan. 22 vs.
Milwaukee ... Placed on the inactive list Jan. 20 at Milwaukee ... Activated                                CAREER HIGHS
Jan. 17 vs. Dallas ... Placed on the inactive list Jan. 15 at New York ...      Points                   16    at Indiana               04/08/2009
Activated Jan. 10 vs. Boston ... Placed on the inactive list Jan. 6 at          FG Made                  8     at Indiana               04/08/2009
Orlando ... Activated Jan. 3 vs. San Antonio ... Placed on the inactive list    FG Attempted             11    at Indiana               04/08/2009
Dec. 11 vs. Atlanta ... Activated Dec. 9 at Milwaukee ... Placed on the         3FG Made                 --    ---                      ---
inactive list Nov. 24 vs. Indiana ... Scored four points during five minutes    3FG Attempted            1     vs. Oklahoma City (2X)   03/27/2009
of action Nov. 7 at Dallas ... Played two minutes Nov. 6 at New Orleans ...     FT Made                  5     at L.A. Clippers*        01/17/2007
Did not play during the season opener Oct. 28 vs. Cleveland (DNP-CD).           FT Attempted             6     at L.A. Clippers*        01/17/2007
                                                                                Offensive Rebounds       3     at Chicago               04/15/2009
                                                                                Defensive Rebounds       7     at Indiana               04/08/2009
                                                                                Total Rebounds           7     at Chicago (2X)          04/15/2009
                                                                                Assists                  4     at San Antonio*          12/04/2006
                                                                                Steals                   3     at Utah*                 11/04/2006
                                                                                Blocks                   3     at Chicago (2X)          04/15/2009
                                                                                Minutes                  27    at Chicago               04/15/2009
                                                                                * - with Golden State



                                                               LAST FIVE GAMES
Date        Opp.          Score             MIN          FG FGA    3P 3PA     FT           FTA          OR DR TOT        A    PF   ST TO BS PTS
Feb. 7      SAC           W 115-104         DNP-CD
Feb. 10     PHI           W 104-93          INACTIVE
Feb. 17     MEM           L 109-102 OT      INACTIVE
Feb. 19     @ N.J.        W 106-89          INACTIVE
Feb. 20     WAS           W 109-104         DNP-CD




                                       #15 AMIR JOHNSON
                     POSITION: Forward                               HEIGHT: 6-9                           WEIGHT: 210
                     BIRTHDATE: 05/01/1987                           HIGH SCHOOL: Westchester (LosAngeles) NBA EXPERIENCE: 4 Years

2009-10 REGULAR SEASON: Led the bench with 11 points Jan. 27 vs.
Miami ... Scored 10 points and grabbed eight board off the bench Jan. 17                                   CAREER HIGHS
vs. Dallas ... Led the bench with nine points Dec. 23 at Detroit ... Recorded   Points                   20   at Boston*                04/18/2007
a season-high 12 rebounds Dec. 20 vs. New Orleans and matched his               FG Made                  10   at Boston*                04/18/2007
career-high with eight defensive boards ... Grabbed a team-high seven           FG Attempted             14   at Boston*                04/18/2007
rebounds and added nine points Dec. 2 at Atlanta ... Made six-of-nine           3FG Made                 2    at Milwaukee*             04/17/2006
from the field for a season-high 13 points and added eight rebounds and         3FG Attempted            2    at Boston* (2X)           04/18/2007
three blocked shots Nov. 25 at Charlotte ... Recorded five rebounds and         FT Made                  6    vs. Philadelphia*         04/15/2007
three blocks Nov. 18 at Utah ... Registered 10 points and five rebounds         FT Attempted             7    vs. Philadelphia*         04/15/2007
Nov. 9 at San Antonio ... Recorded seven rebounds Nov. 7 at Dallas ...          Offensive Rebounds       6    vs. Sacramento* (3X)      01/02/2009
Grabbed six rebounds Nov. 6 at New Orleans .. Netted six points and             Defensive Rebounds       8    vs. New Orleans (3X)      12/20/2009
grabbed five rebounds in 17:16 minutes Nov. 4 vs. Detroit ... Made his          Total Rebounds           14   vs. Sacramento*           01/02/2009
Raptors debut Oct. 28 vs. Cleveland and contributed with two points in          Assists                  4    vs. Memphis               02/17/2010
six minutes.                                                                    Steals                   3    vs. Toronto* (2X)         11/05/2008
                                                                                Blocks                   7    vs. Indiana*              02/13/2008
                                                                                Minutes                  38   vs. Sacramento*           01/02/2009
                                                                                * - with Detroit


                                                                 LAST FIVE GAMES
Date        Opp.          Score             MIN          FG   FGA    3P 3PA     FT         FTA          OR   DR   TOT    A    PF   ST   TO   BS   PTS
Feb. 7      SAC           W 115-104         17:11        0    3      0   0     0           0            2    1    3      0    5    0    0    1    0
Feb. 10     PHI           W 104-93          13:16        4    5      0   0      2          2            2    1    3      0    0    1    1    0    10
Feb. 17     MEM           L 109-102 OT      17:45        5    5      0   0      0          0            2    2    4      4    3    0    0    3    10
Feb. 19     @ N.J.        W 106-89          24:17        5    7      0   0      0          0            1    3    4      0    1    1    1    1    10
Feb. 20     WAS           W 109-104         17:02        1    3      0   0      2          2            2    2    4      0    3    0    3    1    4
                                  #21 ANTOINE WRIGHT
                      POSITION: Guard/Forward                         HEIGHT: 6-7                                           WEIGHT: 215
                      BIRTHDATE: 02/06/1984                           COLLEGE: Texas A&M                                    NBA EXPERIENCE: 4 Years

2009-10 REGULAR SEASON: Led the bench with 16 points on a season-
high six field goals Feb. 7 vs. Sacramento ... Made his third start of the                                        CAREER HIGHS
season Feb. 3 vs. New Jersey and scored a season-high 18 points ...              Points                        24    vs. Indiana*                 11/25/2008
Recorded 15 points and six rebounds during 36 minutes off the bench              FG Made                       10    vs. Indiana*                 11/25/2008
Jan. 31 vs. Indiana ... Grabbed a season-high eight rebounds Jan. 22 vs.         FG Attempted                  18    vs. Indiana*                 11/25/2008
Milwaukee ... Matched his season-high with 12 points Jan. 19 at Cleveland        3FG Made                      4     vs. New Jersey* (X2)         02/18/2009
... Made his second start of the season Jan. 3 vs. San Antonio … Played          3FG Attempted                 7     at L.A. Lakers* (X3)         03/15/2009
a season-high 35 minutes and grabbed a season-high six rebounds against          FT Made                       6     vs. Sacramento*              02/10/2009
the Spurs… Has played in four consecutive games since Dec. 27 vs.                FT Attempted                  8     vs. Miami**                  11/10/2006
Detroit ... Activated Nov. 24 vs. Indiana ... Placed on the inactive list Nov.   Offensive Rebounds            4     at Detroit**                 12/02/2007
18 at Utah with a sore left ankle ... Activated Nov. 17 at Denver and            Defensive Rebounds            8     at Seattle**                 11/20/2006
started his first game of the season ... Placed on the inactive list Nov. 15     Total Rebounds                11    at Seattle**                 11/20/2006
at Phoenix with a sore left ankle ... Scored a bench-high 12 points and          Assists                       6     at Denver** (X2)             01/25/2008
grabbed five rebounds in 17 minutes Nov. 4 vs. Detroit ... Made his              Steals                        4     vs. Washington (X2)          03/07/2009
Raptors debut Oct. 28 vs. Cleveland and contributed with five points and         Blocks                        4     at Indiana*                  03/20/2009
four rebounds in 18 minutes.                                                     Minutes                       43    vs. Miami**                  11/17/2007
                                                                                 * - with Dallas; ** - with   New Jersey


                                                                  LAST FIVE GAMES
Date         Opp.         Score              MIN          FG   FGA    3P 3PA     FT           FTA        OR      DR   TOT      A    PF    ST      TO   BS   PTS
Feb. 7       SAC          W 115-104          22:27        6    7      2   3      2            2          1       4    5        4    4     1       3    1    16
Feb. 10      PHI          W 104-93           25:48        3    7      0   1      1            2          2       2    4        1    2     1       1    1    7
Feb. 17      MEM          L 109-102 OT       27:12        2    7      1   3      2            2          0       1    1        0    0     1       0    0    7
Feb. 19      @ N.J.       W 106-89           26:17        1    4      0   0      0            0          0       0    0        2    0     1       1    0    2
Feb. 20      WAS          W 109-104          31:55        7    10     3   3      2            4          1       3    4        2    2     2       1    0    19




                                         #24 SONNY WEEMS
                      POSITION: Guard                                 HEIGHT: 6-6                                           WEIGHT: 205
                      BIRTHDATE: 07/08/1986                           COLLEGE: Arkansas                                     NBA EXPERIENCE: 1 Year

2009-10 REGULAR SEASON: Started his sixth game Feb. 10 vs.
Philadelphia and matched his career-high with 14 points ... Made his first                                        CAREER HIGHS
career three-pointer in the third quarter to extend the team’s streak of         Points                        14    vs. Philadelphia (X2)        02/10/2010
consecutive games with a three-pointer to 912 games ... Earned his first         FG Made                       7     vs. New Jersey               02/03/2010
career double-double Feb. 3 vs. New Jersey … Posted career highs with            FG Attempted                  14    at Denver                    11/17/2009
14 points, 11 rebounds, four offensive rebounds and 40 minutes against           3FG Made                      1     vs. Philadelphia             01/10/2010
the Nets … Started five consecutive games (Jan. 27–Feb. 3), averaging            3FG Attempted                 2     vs. Sacramento*              01/20/2009
8.6 points, 4.8 rebounds and shooting .543 (19-for-35) from the field ...        FT Made                       5     vs. Charlotte                12/30/2009
Scored 13 points Jan. 31 vs. Indiana ... Activated Jan. 20 at Milwaukee ...      FT Attempted                  6     at Minnesota*                04/05/2009
Placed on the inactive list Jan. 19 at Cleveland due to a pulled rib muscle      Offensive Rebounds            4     vs. New Jersey               02/03/2010
... Made a career-high five free throws and a career-high two blocks             Defensive Rebounds            7     vs. New Jersey (X2)          02/03/2010
Dec. 30 vs. Charlotte ... Grabbed eight rebounds and seven defensive             Total Rebounds                11    vs. New Jersey               02/03/2010
boards Dec. 23 at Detroit ... Set a career-high with four assists Dec. 18        Assists                       4     vs. New Jersey (X2)          02/03/2010
vs. New Jersey ... Scored 11 points off the bench against the Atlanta ...        Steals                        2     at Orlando (X2)              12/16/2009
Added 12 points during 19 minutes Dec. 9 at Milwaukee ... Scored 12              Blocks                        2     vs. Charlotte                12/30/2009
points Nov. 17 at Denver ... Recorded four points in seven minutes Nov. 9        Minutes                       40    vs. New Jersey               02/03/2010
at San Antonio ... Placed on the inactive list Nov. 7 at Dallas ... Played two   * - with Denver
minutes during his Raptors debut Nov. 6 at New Orleans ... Activated Nov.
6 at New Orleans ... Placed on the inactive list Nov. 4 vs. Detroit ...
Activated Nov. 1 vs. Orlando ... Placed on the inactive list Oct. 28 with a
sore left foot.

                                                                   LAST FIVE GAMES
Date         Opp.         Score              MIN          FG    FGA    3P 3PA     FT          FTA         OR     DR   TOT       A    PF      ST   TO   BS   PTS
Feb. 7       SAC          W 115-104          11:32        2     4      0   0     0            0           0      1    1         0    0       2    0    1    4
Feb. 10      PHI          W 104-93           29:56        6     11     1   1      1           1           0      3    3         0    1       1    1    0    14
Feb. 17      MEM          L 109-102 OT       27:26        5     7      0   0      0           0           0      2    2         3    3       0    0    0    10
Feb. 19      @ N.J.       W 106-89           4:58         0     1      0   0      0           0           0      0    0         0    1       0    1    0    0
Feb. 20      WAS          W 109-104          11:16        1     2      0   0      2           2           0      1    1         0    0       0    1    0    4
                                #26 HEDO TURKOGLU
                     POSITION: Forhward                           HEIGHT: 6-10                                          WEIGHT: 220
                     BIRTHDATE: 03/19/1979                        COUNTRY: Istanbul, Turkey                             NBA EXPERIENCE: 9 Years

2009-10 REGULAR SEASON: Averaging 15.0 points, 6.0 rebounds
and 5.5 rebounds over the last two games (Feb. 19-20) ... Returned                                          CAREER HIGHS
to the lineup Feb. 17 vs. Memphis after missing the previous                  Points                     39    vs. Washington*               03/19/2008
game (Feb. 10 vs. Philadelphia) due to a family matter... Returned            FG Made                    13    vs. Indiana*                  03/15/2008
to the lineup Feb. 7 vs. Sacramento after missing two games … Sustained       FG Attempted               23    vs. Indiana*                  03/15/2008
a small, non-displaced fracture of the orbital bone under his right eye Jan.  3FG Made                   7     vs. Washington* (X2)          03/19/2008
31 vs. Indiana ... The injury resulted from a collision with Pacers forward   3FG Attempted              11    vs. Philadelphia*             02/22/2008
Mike Dunleavy at the 10:59 mark of the first quarter ... Set season highs     FT Made                    14    vs. Chicago*                  04/17/2006
with 26 points and 11 rebounds Jan. 28 at New York for his second             FT Attempted               16    vs. Chicago*                  04/17/2006
double-double of the season ... Led the team with nine assists Jan. 10 vs.    Offensive Rebounds         6     vs. Seattle**                 11/25/2000
Boston ... Activated Jan. 5 at Orlando ... Placed on the inactive list Jan. 3 Defensive Rebounds         12    vs. Dallas* (X2)              02/04/2008
vs. San Antonio with an upper respiratory infection ... Recorded a season-    Total Rebounds             15    at Toronto*                   11/07/2007
high 11 assists Dec. 23 at Detroit ... Hit the game-winning shot with 8.1     Assists                    13    vs. Atlanta* (X2)             03/10/2008
seconds left in overtime Dec. 4 at Washington ... Poured in 20 points on      Steals                     4     vs. Indiana* (X6)             11/29/2008
eight-of-11 shooting, including four three-pointers Nov. 27 at Boston ...     Blocks                     3     vs. Boston* (X5)              04/15/2007
Recorded six rebounds, four assists and 11 points Nov. 18 at Utah ...         Minutes                    50    at Milwaukee*                 02/08/2006
Placed on the inactive list Nov. 17 at Denver due to a sore left hip ...      * - with Orlando; ** - with Sacramento
Poured in a season-high 20 points on 8-of-12 shooting Nov. 9 at San
Antonio ... Recorded his fifth consecutive double-figure scoring game
Nov. 6 at New Orleans with 16 points ... Totaled 16 points, seven rebounds
and a team high-tying six assists Nov. 4 vs. Detroit ... Scored a season-high 19 points during 40 minutes of action against his former       team Nov. 1 vs.
Orlando ... Scored 12 points and grabbed five rebounds during his Raptors debut Oct. 28 vs. Cleveland.

                                                              LAST FIVE GAMES
Date        Opp.         Score            MIN        FG FGA        3P 3PA    FT            FTA        OR DR TOT             A     PF     ST TO BS PTS
Feb. 7      SAC          W 115-104        37:12      6    14       2  5      2             4          2  1  3               5     6      1  3  1  16
Feb. 10     PHI          W 104-93         INACTIVE - personal reasons
Feb. 17     MEM          L 109-102 OT     29:16      0    5        0  3      1             2          0    1     1          2     3      1   3    0    1
Feb. 19     @ N.J.       W 106-89         28:22      5    11       2  5      2             4          0    6     6          6     3      0   1    0    14
Feb. 20     WAS          W 109-104        36:48      7    14       0  2      2             2          3    3     6          5     3      0   2    0    16




                                      #30 REGGIE EVANS
                     POSITION: Forward                            HEIGHT: 6-8                                        WEIGHT: 245
                     BIRTHDATE: 05/18/1980                        COLLEGE: Iowa                                NBA EXPERIENCE: 7 Years

2009-10 REGULAR SEASON: Missed the first 51 games of the regular
season with a left mid-foot sprain …Made his Raptor debut Feb. 10 vs.                                      CAREER HIGHS
Philadelphia and contributed with two points and three rebounds in five       Points                     22      vs. Seattle*                03/24/2006
minutes ... Placed on the inactive list (left midfoot sprain) Oct. 28 vs.     FG Made                    8       vs. Seattle*                03/24/2006
Cleveland.                                                                    FG Attempted               13      vs. Seattle*                03/24/2006
                                                                              3FG Made                   1       at Boston^                  01/18/2008
                                                                              3FG Attempted              1       at Charlotte^ (X8)          04/07/2009
                                                                              FT Made                    8       at Charlotte**              03/29/2005
                                                                              FT Attempted               14      at Charlotte**              03/29/2005
                                                                              Offensive Rebounds         9       at Chicago**                03/15/2005
                                                                              Defensive Rebounds         19      at Toronto*                 03/10/2006
                                                                              Total Rebounds             21      vs. Charlotte**             02/05/2005
                                                                              Assists                    4       at Portland** (X2)          03/24/2005
                                                                              Steals                     4       vs. Seattle^ (X6)           03/07/2008
                                                                              Blocks                     3       vs. Minnesota*              04/16/2007
                                                                              Minutes                    40      vs. Charlotte**             02/05/2005
                                                                              *- with Denver; ** - with Seattle; ^ - with Philadelphia



                                                               LAST FIVE GAMES
Date        Opp.         Score            MIN        FG FGA          3P 3PA   FT           FTA        OR DR TOT             A     PF     ST TO BS PTS
Feb. 7      SAC          W 115-104        INACTIVE - Left midfoot sprain
Feb. 10     PHI          W 104-93         5:12       1     3         0   0    0            0          1    2     3          1     0      1   1    0    2
Feb. 17     MEM          L 109-102 OT     4:08       1     1         0   0    2            2          0    4     4          0     1      0   0    0    4
Feb. 19     @ N.J.       W 106-89         11:24      1     4         0   0   0             2          0    3     3          2     0      0   1    1    2
Feb. 20     WAS          W 109-104        14:10      0     3         0   0    3            6          4    3     7          1     2      0   0    1    3
2009-10 TORONTO RAPTORS STATISTICS
         2007-08 TORONTO RAPTORS SEASON STATISTICS

            Overall      Eastern      Western             Atlantic   Central           Southeast   Northwest          Southwest         Pacific         OT
Record      31-24        22-16        9-8                 7-3        9-5               6-8         1-2                5-4               3-2             1-1
Home        21-7         14-5         7-2                 3-1        7-0               4-4         1-0                4-1               2-1             0-1
Away        10-17        8-10         2-6                 4-2        2-5               2-4         0-2                1-3               1-1             1-0



Current Streaks…                                                        Attendance...
Overall        Won 2                                                    Home totals                495,865
Home           Won 1                                                    Home average               17,709
Road           Won 1                                                    Home sellouts              5


Longest Streaks…                                                        Road total                 437,089
Overall        Won 5 (twice), Lost 5                                    Road average               16,188
Home           Won 8, Lost 2                                            Road sellouts              7
Road           Won 2, Lost 6


Record By Day...                                                        Record By Month...
Monday             0-2       Friday            9-3                      October/November                 7-11        February                5-2
Tuesday            2-5       Saturday          2-2                      December                         9-6         March                   0-0
Wednesday          9-7       Sunday            8-5                      January                          10-5        April                   0-0
Thursday           1-0



Record When Offence Scores...                                                  Record When Defence Allows...
100 or more points                                    26-15                    100 or more points                               13-24
Less than 100 points                                  5-9                      Less than 100 points                             18-0

Record When Offence Shoots...                                                  Record When Defence Allows…
50% or better from the field                          16-4                     50% or better from the field                     1-14
Between 45-49% from the field                         9-9                      Between 45-49% from the field                    10-7
Between 40-44% from the field                         5-7                      Between 40-44% from the field                    12-3
Under 40% from the field                              1-4                      Under 40% from the field                         8-0

Record When Toronto has...                                                     Record When Toronto has...
a better (or same) FG% than opponents                 27-4                     a lower FG% than opponent                        4-20
more (or same) rebounds than opponents                18-5                     fewer rebounds than opponent                     13-19
more (or same) assists than opponents                 25-3                     fewer assists than opponent                      6-21
fewer (or same) turnovers than opponents              17-9                     more turnovers than opponent                     14-15



Record When The Raptors...

                              After first quarter                              After first half                          After third quarter
Lead                          22-9                                             22-4                                      22-5
Trailed                       9-14                                             9-18                                      7-18
Tied                          0-1                                              0-2                                       2-1




          OT       1     2        3        4         5         6       7           8        9       10          11          12          13         14     15
Won       1        1     3        0        1         4         2       2           2        1       2           3           0           1          0      2
Lost      1        1     0        0        2         0         1       4           3        1       0           0           0           2          0      1

          16       17        18       19             20        21      22         23        24       25         26          27          28         29         30+
Won       0        2         0        0              0         0       1          1         0        0          0           0           0          0          2
Lost      0        0         1        2              1         0       2          0         0        0          0           0           1          0          2



Biggest comeback by Toronto: 22 - Nov. 13 at L.A. Clippers
Biggest comeback by opponent: 23 - Jan. 11 at Indiana
2009-10 RAPTORS HIGHS & LOWS
         Category                No.    Opponent                            Date
         Points, Game            124    at San Antonio                      November 9, 2009
         Points, Half            74     vs. Indiana (1st)                   November 24, 2009
         Points, Quarter         44     vs. Detroit (2nd)                   November 4, 2009
         Points, Overtime        13     at Washington                       December 4, 2009

         Margin of Victory       +32    at Chicago                          December 5, 2009
         Largest Lead            +40    vs. New Jersey                      December 18, 2009
         Field Goals             50     vs. Indiana                         January 31, 2010
         Field Goals Attempted   92     at Indiana                          February 2, 2010
                                 92     vs. Phoenix                         November 29, 2009
         Field Goal Pct.         .602   vs. Indiana (50-for-83)             January 31, 2010
 HIGHS




         3-Point FGM             14     at New Orleans                      November 6, 2009
         3-Point FGA             29     at New Orleans                      November 6, 2009
         3-Point FG Pct.         .667   vs. New Jersey (6-of-9)             December 18, 2009
         FTM                     40     vs. Minnesota                       December 8, 2009
         FTA                     48     vs. Minnesota                       December 8, 2009
         FT Pct.                 .957   vs. Chicago (22-of-23)              November 11, 2009
         Rebounds                53     Twice: last - vs. Minnesota         December 8, 2009
         Offensive Rebounds      19     at Denver                           November 17, 2009
         Defensive Rebounds      41     Twice - last at New York            January 28, 2010
         Rebound Difference      +21    at Chicago (53-to-32)               December 5, 2009
         Assists                 33     vs. New Jersey                      December 18, 2009
         Assist Difference       +16    at Detroit (26-to-10)               December 23, 2009
         Steals                  12     vs. Charlotte                       December 30, 2009
         Blocks                  10     at Indiana                          January 11, 2010
         Personal Fouls          35     at San Antonio                      November 9, 2009
         Turnovers               25     at Boston                           November 27, 2009
         Turnover Difference     +12    vs. Charlotte (11-to-23)            December 30, 2009


         Category                No.    Opponent                            Date
         Points, Game            81     at Charlotte                        November 25, 2009
         Points, Half            35     at Charlotte (2nd)                  November 25, 2009
         Points, Quarter         14     Twice - last vs. Detroit            December 27, 2009
         Points, Overtime        5      vs. Memphis                         February 17, 2010
         Margin of Defeat        -35    at Charlotte                        November 25, 2009
         Largest Deficit         -37    at Charlotte                        November 25, 2009
         Field Goals             26     vs. Minnesota                       December 8, 2009
         Field Goals Attempted   63     vs. Detroit                         December 27, 2009
         Field Goal Pct.         .345   at Charlotte (30-of-87)             November 25, 2009
         3-Point FGM             1      Twice - last vs. San Antonio        January 3, 2010
         3-Point FGA             8      vs. San Antonio                     January 3, 2010
         3-Point FG Pct.         .050   vs. Phoenix (1-of-20)               November 29, 2009
 LOWS




         FTM                     10     vs. Indiana                         January 31, 2010
         FTA                     14     at Phoenix                          November 15, 2009
         FT Pct.                 .618   at Atlanta (21-for-34)              December 2, 2009
         Rebounds                28     at Boston                           January 2, 2010
         Offensive Rebounds      2      at Orlando                          January 6, 2010
         Defensive Rebounds      19     vs. Charlotte                       December 30, 2009
         Rebound Difference      -22    last: at Atlanta (29-to-51)         December 2, 2009
         Assists                 14     Twice - last vs. Minnesota          December 8, 2009
         Assist Difference       -18    at Boston (15-to-33)                November 27, 2009
         Steals                  2      6X - last vs. Memphis               February 17, 2010
         Blocks                  0      at Orlando                          December 16, 2009
         Personal Fouls          13     vs. L.A. Lakers                     January 24, 2010
         Turnovers               5      vs. Dallas                          January 17, 2010
         Turnover Difference     -9     Twice - last at Boston (25-to-16)   November 27, 2009
2009-10 OPPONENT HIGHS & LOWS

         Category                No.     Opponent                             Date
         Points, Game            146     at Atlanta                           December 2, 2009
         Points, Half            75      at Atlanta (1st)                     December 2, 2009
         Points, Quarter         44      at Dallas (4th)                      November 7, 2009
         Points, Overtime        12      vs. Memphis                          February 17, 2010
         Margin of Victory       +35     at Charlotte                         November 25, 2009
         Largest Lead            +37     at Charlotte                         November 25, 2009
         Field Goals             53      at Dallas                            November 7, 2009
         Field Goals Attempted   98      vs. L.A. Lakers                      January 24, 2010
         Field Goal Pct.         .624    at Dallas (53-of-85)                 November 7, 2009
         3-Point FGM             17      vs. Orlando                          November 1, 2009
         3-Point FGA             32      Twice - last vs. Orlando             November 22, 2009
 HIGHS




         3-Point FG Pct.         .545    vs. Memphis (6-of-11)                February 17, 2010
         FTM                     36      vs. Orlando                          November 1, 2009
         FTA                     44      at San Antonio                       November 9, 2009
         FT Pct.                 1.000   vs. L.A. Lakers (9-of-9)             January 24, 2010
         Rebounds                53      vs. Minnesota                        December 8, 2009
         Offensive Rebounds      23      at Detroit                           December 23, 2009
         Defensive Rebounds      39      vs. Minnesota                        December 8, 2009
         Rebound Difference      +22     at Atlanta (51-to-29)                December 2, 2009
         Assists                 37      at Atlanta                           December 2, 2009
         Assist Difference       +18     at Boston (33-to-15)                 November 27, 2009
         Steals                  15      at Boston                            November 27, 2009
         Blocks                  16      at Charlotte                         November 25, 2009
         Personal Fouls          33      vs. Detroit                          December 27, 2009
         Turnovers               23      Twice - last vs. Charlotte           December 30, 2009
         Turnover Difference     +9      Twice - last: at Boston (16-to-25)   November 27, 2009




         Category                No.     Opponent                             Date
         Points, Game            64      at Detroit                           December 23, 2009
         Points, Half            27      at Detroit (2nd)                     December 23, 2009
         Points, Quarter         11      vs. Chicago (4th)                    November 11, 2009
         Points, Overtime        11      at Washington                        December 4, 2009
         Margin of Defeat        -32     at Chicago                           December 5, 2009
         Largest Deficit         -40     vs. New Jersey                       December 18, 2009
         Field Goals             24      at Detroit                           December 23, 2009
         Field Goals Attempted   70      Twice - last at Boston               January 2, 2010
         Field Goal Pct.         .279    at Detroit (24-for-86)               December 23, 2009
         3-Point FGM             1       at Detroit                           December 23, 2009
         3-Point FGA             8       vs. Chicago                          November 11, 2009
 LOWS




         3-Point FG Pct.         .111    at Detroit (1-for-9)                 December 23, 2009
         FTM                     9       vs. L.A. Lakers                      January 24, 2010
         FTA                     9       vs. L.A. Lakers                      January 24, 2010
         FT Pct.                 .583    at Chicago (14-for-24)               December 5, 2009
         Rebounds                26      at Boston                            November 27, 2009
         Offensive Rebounds      3       at Denver                            November 17, 2009
         Defensive Rebounds      20      at Boston                            November 27, 2009
         Rebound Difference      -21     at Chicago (32-to-53)                December 5, 2009
         Assists                 10      at Detroit                           December 23, 2009
         Assist Difference       -16     at Detroit (10-to-26)                December 23, 2009
         Steals                  2       at Detroit                           December 23, 2009
         Blocks                  0       vs. Orlando                          November 22, 2009
         Personal Fouls          15      vs. New Jersey                       December 18, 2009
         Turnovers               6       at San Antonio                       November 9, 2009
         Turnover Difference     -12     vs. Charlotte (23-to-11)             December 30, 2009
2009-10 INDIVIDUAL HIGHS

             Category              No.   Name              Opponent                 Date
             Points, Game          44    Chris Bosh        at Milwaukee             January 20, 2010
             Points, Half          25    Andrea Bargnani   at Indiana (2nd)         February 2, 2009
                                   25    Chris Bosh        at Memphis (1st)         October 30, 2009
             Points, Quarter       19    Andrea Bargnani   at Indiana (3rd)         February 2, 2010
             Field Goals           15    Chris Bosh        at Milwaukee             January 20, 2010
             Field Goals Attempted 26    Chris Bosh        at Milwaukee             January 20, 2010
             3-Point FGM           5     Andrea Bargnani   at New York              January 15, 2010
             3-Point FGA           9     Hedo Turkoglu     at Washington (OT)       December 4, 2009
                                   9     Hedo Turkoglu     at Phoenix               November 15, 2009
             FTM                   15    Chris Bosh        at Indiana               January 11, 2010
 RAPTORS




                                   15    Chris Bosh        at San Antonio           November 9, 2009
                                   15    Chris Bosh        vs. Detoit               November 4, 2009
             FTA                   20    Chris Bosh        at Indiana               January 11, 2010
                                   20    Chris Bosh        vs. Orlando              November 1, 2009
             Rebounds              18    Chris Bosh        vs. Miami                January 27, 2010
             Offensive Rebounds    9     Chris Bosh        at Washington (OT)       December 4, 2009
                                   8     Chris Bosh        at Denver                November 17, 2009
             Defensive Rebounds    15    Chris Bosh        vs. Detroit              December 27, 2009
             Assists               11    Hedo Turkoglu     at Detroit               December 23, 2009
                                   11    Jarrett Jack      vs. Orlando              November 22, 2009
                                   11    Jose Calderon     vs. Cleveland            October 28, 2009
             Steals                3     Marco Belinelli   vs. Charlotte            December 30, 2009
                                   3     Jarrett Jack      vs. Charlotte            December 30, 2009
                                   3     Marcus Banks      vs. New Jersey           December 18, 2009
                                   3     Jarrett Jack      at Milwaukee             December 9, 2009
             Blocked Shots         5     Andrea Bargnani   vs. San Antonio          January 3, 2010
             Turnovers             7     Hedo Turkoglu     at Boston                November 27, 2009




             Category              No.   Name              Opponent                 Date
             Points, Game          36    Danny Granger     vs. Indiana              November 24, 2009
             Points, Half          24    Lou Williams      vs. Philadelphia (2nd)   February 10, 2010
                                   24    Mario Chalmers    vs. Miami (2nd)          November 20, 2009
             Points, Quarter       18    Luke Ridnour      vs. Milwaukee (4th)      January 22, 2010
             Field Goals           13    David Lee         at New York              January 28, 2010
                                   13    Dwayne Wade       vs. Miami                January 27, 2010
                                   13    Zach Randolph     at Memphis               October 30, 2009
             Field Goals Attempted 27    Danny Granger     vs. Indiana              November 24, 2009
 OPPONENTS




             3-Point FGM           7     Danny Granger     vs. Indiana              November 24, 2009
             3-Point FGA           13    Danny Granger     vs. Indiana              November 24, 2009
             FTM                   14    Manu Ginobili     at San Antonio           November 9, 2009
                                   14    Dwight Howard     vs. Orlando              November 1, 2009
             FTA                   16    Manu Ginobili     at San Antonio           November 9, 2009
                                   16    Dwight Howard     vs. Orlando              November 1, 2009
             Rebounds              18    David Lee         at New York              January 28, 2010
                                   18    Carlos Boozer     at Utah                  November 18, 2009
             Offensive Rebounds    7     Spencer Hawes     vs. Sacramento           February 7, 2010
                                   7     Emeka Okafor      vs. New Orleans          December 20, 2009
                                   7     Brendan Haywood   at Washington (OT)       December 4, 2009
                                   7     Brendan Haywood   vs. Washington           December 1, 2009
                                   7     Carlos Boozer     at Utah                  November 18, 2009
             Defensive Rebounds    16    Troy Murphy       at Indiana               January 11, 2010
             Assists               18    Chris Paul        at New Orleans           November 6, 2009
             Steals                6     Matt Barnes       vs. Orlando              November 1, 2009
             Blocked Shots         8     Dwight Howard     at Orlando               December 16, 2009
             Turnovers             9     Dwight Howard     at Orlando               January 6, 2010

				
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