HEAT AT RAPTORS, 2 P.M. ET

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  • The Miami Heat (29-14) visit Air Canada Centre on Sunday afternoon to close out their four-game road trip. The Heat are 1-2 on this current leg and 11-11 in road games this season, recently losing on Friday 102-89 in Indiana. The Heat have won 10 in a row against Toronto, with Chris Bosh’s departure to Miami only adding to that run.
  • The Toronto Raptors (17-30) continue their three-game homestand, after soundly beating the Clippers 98-73 on Friday. Recently acquired Rudy Gay came off the bench for Toronto to score a game-high 20 points in his Raptors debut. Gay will start tonight for the Raptors, while Landry Fields will be out of the lineup with back spasms.
  • “He’s one of the top athletes in this league, but he’s obviously very skilled. Can put the ball on the floor, can shoot it and he’s had some big games against us.”
    – Miami Heat Head Coach Erik Spoelstra on Gay.

– Duane Watson

One Comment

  1. Gary says:

    Maybe David Stern should be fining his referees instead of the.coaches. After watching a few games this week, the only referring that I’ve seen worse is the referring in the WWE, and they know the outcome already!,!

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