Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Atlantic Division106.9 (2nd)102.6 (1st)
Eastern Conference4th4th
NBA10th8th
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Power Forwards
1. S. Ibaka
2. P. Patterson
Centers
1. J. Valanciunas
2. J. Poeltl
Small Forwards
1. D. Carroll
2. P. Tucker
Shooting Guards
1. D. DeRozan
2. D. Wright
3. N. Powell
Point Guards
1. K. Lowry
2. C. Joseph
 
Last Updated: 04/24/2017
 
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Last Five Games
4/22 vs. MIL
D. DeRozanSG
N. PowellSG
D. CarrollSF
S. IbakaPF
K. LowryPG
 
4/20 vs. MIL
D. CarrollSF
S. IbakaPF
K. LowryPG
J. ValanciunasC
D. DeRozanSG
 
4/18 vs. MIL
K. LowryPG
S. IbakaPF
D. CarrollSF
D. DeRozanSG
J. ValanciunasC
 
4/15 vs. MIL
D. DeRozanSG
D. CarrollSF
K. LowryPG
J. ValanciunasC
S. IbakaPF
 
4/12 vs. CLE
D. CarrollSF
P. PattersonPF
N. PowellSG
K. LowryPG
J. ValanciunasC

Most Frequent Lineup
 PPGRPGAPG
D. CarrollSF8.93.81.0
D. DeRozanSG27.35.23.9
K. LowryPG22.44.87.0
J. ValanciunasC12.09.50.7
P. SiakamPF4.23.40.3
 
Notes
  • 81 different lineups used this season.
  • Most frequent lineup used in 2 games.

Other Frequent Lineups
2 Game(s)
D. CarrollSF
J. ValanciunasC
D. DeRozanSG
P. SiakamPF
K. LowryPG
2 Game(s)
D. DeRozanSG
D. CarrollSF
J. ValanciunasC
K. LowryPG
L. NogueiraC
2 Game(s)
D. DeRozanSG
K. LowryPG
P. SiakamPF
J. ValanciunasC
D. CarrollSF
1 Game(s)
D. DeRozanSG
C. JosephPG
J. ValanciunasC
S. IbakaPF
D. CarrollSF
1 Game(s)
D. CarrollSF
P. PattersonPF
K. LowryPG
N. PowellSG
J. ValanciunasC

 
 
 

Kyle Lowry, #7, 6-0, 205
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
6037.422.47.04.81.50.3
 
News
Lowry (back) collected 16 points (4-9 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 6-6 FT), 10 assists, three rebounds, and three steals in 36 minutes during Monday's 118-93 win over the Bucks in Game 5.

Lowry's back issue didn't seem to bother him much, as he played a team-high minutes load and was superb in every aspect. Lowry may receive treatment in advance of Thursday's Game 6 if his back becomes stiff again, but it's unlikely he'll allow it to keep him out.

P.J. Tucker, #2, 6-6, 245
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
8127.66.71.25.81.40.2
 
Serge Ibaka, #9, 6-10, 235
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
7930.714.80.96.80.51.6
 
DeMarre Carroll, #5, 6-8, 212
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
7226.18.91.03.81.10.4
 
News
Carroll was limited to three points (1-4 FG, 1-4 3Pt), two steals, two blocks and one rebound Thursday across 14 minutes in a 104-77 loss to the Bucks in Game 3 of the series.

Even though he was able to suit up for 72 games during the regular season, Carroll just hasn't looked the same since requiring arthroscopic right knee surgery in 2015-16 and missing most of his inaugural campaign with the Raptors. The team had been counting on Carroll to slow down the Bucks' dominant wing duo of Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton, but he's been unable to provide much resistance for the first three games of the series and has seen his minutes take a hit in each successive contest. It wouldn't be surprising if he cedes more time in Saturday's Game 4 to the likes of P.J. Tucker or Norman Powell.

DeMar DeRozan, #10, 6-7, 220
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
7435.427.33.95.21.10.2
 
News
DeRozan scored 33 points (12-22 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 9-9 FT) while adding nine rebounds, five assists and four steals in 40 minutes during Saturday's 87-76 Game 4 win over the Bucks.

He just about single-handedly evened the series Saturday, leading the Raptors in points, boards, assists and steals while taking and making over half of their free throws. A huge effort from DeRozan should have been predictable, as it's the fourth time in his career he's followed up a postseason game in which he scored less than 10 points with one in which he poured in more than 30.

Patrick Patterson, #54, 6-9, 235
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
6524.66.81.24.50.60.4
 
Cory Joseph, #6, 6-3, 190
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
8025.09.23.32.90.80.2
 
Jonas Valanciunas, #17, 7-0, 255
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
8025.812.00.79.50.50.8
 
News
Valanciunas will shift to the bench for Saturday's Game 4 against Milwaukee, Michael Grange of Sportsnet reports.

The big man has struggled to defend Milwaukee's versatile big men throughout the series, and the need for some sort of change was evident after the Raptors were completely blown out in Game 3 on Thursday night. In that contest, Valanciunas played just 20 minutes and finished with 11 points on 3-of-9 shooting. The big man is still expected to play a fairly significant role off the bench Saturday, but it appears coach Dwane Casey will lean more on floor-spacers like Serge Ibaka and Patrick Patterson, who also match up better, defensively, with quicker forwards like Thon Maker and Michael Beasley.

Norman Powell, #24, 6-4, 215
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
7618.08.41.12.20.70.2
 
News
Powell provided 25 points (8-11 FG, 4-4 3Pt, 5-5 FT), four rebounds, four assists, three steals, and one block in 34 minutes during Monday's 118-93 win over the Bucks in Game 5.

Powell has been a man possessed since entering the starting lineup for Saturday's Game 4, and he is now eight-for-nine from beyond the arc in the series. Powell matched season highs in scoring and made treys, and the lineup change has helped the Raptors win two straight to reclaim a 3-2 lead heading into Thursday's Game 6. In his two playoff starts, Powell is averaging 18.5 points (on 61.1 percent), 4.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 1.5 steals, and 1.0 block in 34 minutes per game compared to 15.6 points (on 49.8 percent), 3.7 rebounds, 1.8 assists, 1.0 steal, and 0.3 blocks in 31.9 minutes during 18 regular season starts in 2016-17.

Delon Wright, #55, 6-5, 190
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
2716.55.62.11.81.00.4
 
News
Wright supplied 13 points (4-6 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 3-5 FT), six rebounds and two assists across 27 minutes Thursday in a 104-77 loss to the Bucks in Game 3 of the series.

With the Raptors falling into a 20-point hole after one quarter and a 29-point deficit at halftime, coach Dwane Casey was forced to lean on his bench more heavily than he probably preferred, which worked to the benefit of Wright. While it was too late for the second-year guard to lead a serious comeback effort, Wright may have earned himself some more court time heading into Game 4. At 6-foot-5 and 190 pounds with good length, Wright could be helpful in combating the long-limbed Bucks' size advantage in the backcourt.

Jakob Poeltl, #42, 7-0, 230
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
5411.63.10.23.10.30.4