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TORONTO (2 - 2) at CHARLOTTE (2 - 2)
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Wednesday, 11/6/2013 7:05 PM
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TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games2-201-32-
Road Games1-101-11-
Last 5 Games2-201-32-
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)95.047.235-8143.2%6-2129.8%19-2769.4%571516236153
vs opponents surrendering98.549.736-7945.7%7-2032.9%20-2675.0%521220238174
Team Stats (Road Games)96.045.035-8342.8%7-2330.4%18-2669.2%601417235143
Stats Against (All Games)95.746.036-7747.1%7-1938.2%15-2367.4%46724238155
vs opponents averaging97.44836-7746.5%7-2037.2%18-2573.6%458222210165
Stats Against (Road Games)96.047.536-8045.3%8-2040.0%15-2461.2%49624197134

CHARLOTTE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games2-2+32-12-289.749.540.1%55.595.551.044.2%52.2
Home Games1-0+1.41-00-
Last 5 Games2-2+32-12-289.749.540.1%55.595.551.044.2%52.2
CHARLOTTE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)89.749.531-7840.1%4-1628.1%22-3367.4%551216228146
vs opponents surrendering96.848.434-8042.9%8-2333.6%20-2774.8%511021229166
Team Stats (Home Games)90.054.033-7345.2%3-1225.0%21-3461.8%57521207158
Stats Against (All Games)95.551.035-7944.2%7-2133.3%18-2476.3%521118248167
vs opponents averaging96.149.235-8143.5%7-2034.3%19-2576.0%531119239176
Stats Against (Home Games)84.049.032-8438.1%4-1822.2%16-2272.7%541114299171
Average power rating of opponents played: TORONTO 96.2,  CHARLOTTE 94.5
TORONTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/1/2013@ ATLANTA95-102L3.5L195O40-8845.5%541236-7746.8%5213
11/2/2013@ MILWAUKEE97-90W-1W190.5U31-7839.7%661737-8444.0%4613
11/6/2013@ CHARLOTTE              
11/8/2013@ INDIANA              
11/11/2013@ HOUSTON              
11/13/2013@ MEMPHIS              
11/20/2013@ PHILADELPHIA              

CHARLOTTE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/30/2013@ HOUSTON83-96L13T200U33-9036.7%51736-7647.4%6218
11/2/2013@ NEW ORLEANS84-105L8L184.5O30-8037.5%541337-7549.3%5317
11/5/2013@ NEW YORK102-97W9.5W185.5O30-7142.3%602235-8242.7%4014
11/8/2013NEW YORK              
11/13/2013@ BOSTON              
11/15/2013@ CLEVELAND              
11/18/2013@ CHICAGO              
TORONTO: GUARDS: KYLE LOWRY was banged up last season, but he enters this year healthy and has the potential to be one of the league's best two-way point guards . . . DEMAR DEROZAN does a nice job attacking, but he's a flawed player unless he develops a jump shot . . . The Raptors want TERRENCE ROSS to attack the basket more often. But whether he develops a three-point shot could determine where he fits into this rotation . . . After a disastrous season in Indiana, D.J. AUGUSTIN will have to earn his rotation spot. Toronto could use his shooting, though . . . DWIGHT BUYCKS comes back from Europe to back up Lowry . . . Versatile JULYAN STONE is an interesting bit piece, as he reunites with GM Masai Ujiri, who brought him to Denver. FORWARDS: Despite all that talent, RUDY GAY's poor shot selection and disinterested defense will have him on the trading block . . . AMIR JOHNSON will get another chance at full-time minutes. Despite some inconsistency, he still has the upside to be a good rebounder and shot-blocker . . . TYLER HANSBROUGH brings toughness and a decent mid-range jumper. He's a second-unit talent, but could challenge Johnson for minutes . . . LANDRY FIELDS is a well-compensated reserve . . . STEVE NOVAK gives them a legitimate shooter among the second unit . . . Toronto will try to shake some of that upside out of AUSTIN DAYE . . . QUINCY ACY will move to the three, likely making this a redshirt year. CENTERS: JONAS VALANCIUNAS is set to become Toronto's new centerpiece. Talented enough for them to run the offense through him, he's rapidly improving on both ends of the court . . . AARON GRAY will stick around as a decent back-up, a 7-footer who can get in the way defensively.
CHARLOTTE: GUARDS: KEMBA WALKER has become a more efficient scorer as well as a capable distributor. He'll sacrifice some shots with Al Jefferson coming in, but he should have more space with which to operate. Down the line, he could mesh nicely with pick-and-pop four Cody Zeller . . . GERALD HENDERSON transformed from a raw athlete into an effective, efficient scorer in the second half of last season. He should be the No. 2 or 3 option this year . . . RAMON SESSIONS is locked in as a sixth man. He's not a shooter, but his ability to get to the line makes him an effective second-unit scorer . . . BEN GORDON seems to be going through the motions at this point. His real value this season is his enormous expiring contract. FORWARDS: MICHAEL KIDD-GILCHRIST is going to be a quality NBA player for a long time, but he's not close to being a major factor offensively. He'll continue to defend and rebound effectively for a wing, but he's a No. 4 or 5 option on the offensive end of the court . . . JOSH MCROBERTS proved good enough to be a rotational player on a bad team last year. He has a chance to start early on while the Bobcats bring some young guys along . . . CODY ZELLER struggled against length and athleticism in college, so it seems the 'Cats think he can be more of a stretch, pick-and-pop four. If he proves to be a shooter, he's athletic enough and a good enough rebounder to be a solid NBA starter . . . JEFFERY TAYLOR is a forgettable second-unit player who can defend a couple of positions. ANTHONY TOLLIVER won't see the floor much, but he can stretch the floor with his shooting ability. CENTERS: We'll see how the Bobcats mesh with AL JEFFERSON, the NBA's worst defensive big man and a lane-clogging black hole on offense. He can score, and at (an incredible) $40 million-plus, Charlotte will run everything through him . . . BISMACK BIYOMBO will play some alongside Jefferson, as the Bobcats desperately need to cancel out Jefferson's defense. But the young big man figures to be used more sparingly this year . . . BRENDAN HAYWOOD is still kicking around.
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*Raptors-Bobcats Preview* =========================


Toronto (2-2) at Charlotte (2-2), 7:00 p.m. EDT

The Charlotte Bobcats put an end to their road plight Tuesday night in New York.

They're looking to extend someone else's Wednesday night when they host the Toronto Raptors, hoping to hand them a sixth straight loss at Time Warner Cable Arena.

The Bobcats (2-2) ended a 16-game road losing streak with a 102-97 win against the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

"We're happy with it (the record)," Bobcats guard Gerald Henderson said. "It's not fun to come out here and lose every night. We put a lot of work into it just like every other team. So 2-2 is cool now."

They're in position to start 3-2 for the first time since 2009-10, a franchise-best start through five games, after going 21-61 a season ago.

Kemba Walker scored a team-high 25 points despite missing some of the second half with a shoulder injury. He went to the locker room but returned midway through the fourth to help hold off a Knicks comeback.

"The last four or five minutes wasn't easy," Bobcats coach Steve Clifford said. "We had a lot of guys step up and make plays. To me, those are the best kind of games to win."

Henderson added 18 points and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist had 16, season highs for both.

The Bobcats had their best game of the year on the glass, outrebounding the Knicks 51-33 after losing the battle of the boards in each of the first three games.

They've won two of three without power forward Al Jefferson, who has been out since playing through a sprained ankle in the season opener at Houston.

The Raptors (2-2) haven't won in Charlotte since March 29, 2010. They went 2-2 against the Bobcats last year, losing the last meeting 107-101 in Charlotte on March 20.

Coming of Saturday's victory in Milwaukee, Toronto fell 104-95 to visiting Miami on Tuesday.

DeMar DeRozan scored 21 points while Rudy Gay recorded his second straight double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds.

"This showed us where we're at and how much we have to work," Gay said.

The Raptors went scoreless for 4:28 to open the fourth quarter as they turned the ball over on eight of their first nine possessions. It resulted in a 12-0 Heat run and 90-74 deficit for the Raptors.

"Those turnovers in that one stretch broke our back," Raptors coach Dwane Casey said.

DeRozan and Gay have each led the team in scoring twice this year.

DeRozan leads the team with 20.5 points per game while Gay has played a little bigger with Jefferson out. He has 25 rebounds in two games after last going back-to-back games with double-digit rebounds Dec. 26-28, 2011. He's never done it in three straight.

After being traded from Memphis to the Raptors last season on Jan. 30, Gay averaged 26.5 points in two games against the Bobcats.

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