Blogs. "We must have had eight turnovers in the backcourt, which is just strange, you have one or two of those every two months normally," Nurse said. "We try to play the same way, no matter what time [of day], who we are playing and where, but we all know that that's not really the reality," Nurse said of Tuesday's loss. "I think I'm glad there isn't any more of these, right?" Next up for the Phoenix Suns last scrimmage game: The Toronto Raptors The Phoenix Suns had a disappointing loss to Boston last game, but no time to dwell on that, the Toronto Raptors are next!
Who’s ready for some afternoon hoops? The Raptors also were a step slow on their defensive rotations allowing the Suns to have many open looks which to their credit they cashed in on many of those open looks.The lack of defensive effort could have been attributed to fatigue playing three games in five nights but at least the Raptors will have the next three days to rest and recover before playing their first seeding game against the Los Angeles Lakers.Overall there were not too many bright spots from this game although the Raptors did go on a decent run at the beginning of the third quarter to take a one-point lead, it still was not enough to get the win.On the bright side, this was only a scrimmage game and this game really did allow Nick Nurse to try some different lineup combinations and even give the starters more time to get their legs under them.That being said the few brights spots of this game the first is Finally, the last player who deserves a shout out is All in all the Raptors have looked solid in their scrimmages and look well prepared to begin their seeding games this Saturday against the Lakers.Build your custom FanSided Daily email newsletter with news and analysis on Toronto Raptors and all your favorite sports teams, TV shows, and more.Your privacy is safe with us. I haven’t written one of these game threads in four-plus months... 5. The Raptors open the eight-game seeding round on Saturday versus the Los Angeles Lakers, their first real game since March 9, two days before the NBA shut down due to COVID-19.The Raptors, who were second in the Eastern Conference (46-18) when the league suspended play, have the toughest schedule of the restart, including games against Milwaukee, Philadelphia, Boston and Miami.
I am! A virtual ad flickered on the court briefly in Tuesday's game. The remaining 10 teams are done with their scrimmages and are gearing up for the seeding games. "[I've] always said that we tend to kind of use up a lot of bad play in one game sometimes and we usually respond really well, which ... is good. Game Thread: Toronto Raptors vs. Phoenix Suns scrimmage. Players are tested daily.A variety of newsletters you'll love, delivered straight to you.To encourage thoughtful and respectful conversations, first and last names will appear with each submission to CBC/Radio-Canada's online communities (except in children and youth-oriented communities). Coaches wear masks. The Toronto Raptors played their final scrimmage game before the official restart of the NBA season and they took on the Phoenix Suns. Certainly [based on] our mindset or the way we played tonight. . "Pascal Siakam had 17 points, while Fred VanVleet, who was back after missing most of Sunday's scrimmage with a minor knee injury, had 13. Mikal Bridges had another huge game and has arguably been the MVP of the scrimmage season. coach Nick Nurse said afterward.