The Philadelphia 76ers will be at Air Canada Centre to square off against a division foe in the Toronto Raptors. The Raptors have not found their stride this season, currently holding a 7-13 record. Over in the other locker room, the 76ers are still looking for answers and enter the game with a 7-16 record. Contributing to their sub-.500 record has been their play over the last 10 games. They've come up on the losing end during eight of those games. This game will begin at 7:00 pm EST and CSN-PHI and TSN will be providing coverage of the contest.
After their 116-103 loss to the Spurs, the Raptors are looking to avoid a repeat performance. Amir Johnson was the game's leading scorer, scoring 19. The 76ers, meanwhile, are coming off a 106-99 loss against the Timberwolves. Leading the team in scoring, Spencer Hawes had 20 points. This is the second game of the year between these two teams, with the Raptors winning the first matchup, 108-98. In the loss, Spencer Hawes had a double-double with 28 points and 10 rebounds.
This one might be a mistake-prone game for the Philadelphia offense, which ranks 29th in the NBA in miscues (TO% of 17.1%). They're matched up against the ball-hawking Toronto defense, which causes the most turnovers in the league (22.9%).