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Toronto Raptors Road Games

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Toronto Raptors Road Schedule in 2013-14

The Toronto Raptors are ready to tear into the competition this season as they travel all around the United States in an effort to secure as many wins away from home as possible. The Raptors look pointed in the right direction with new general manager Masai Ujiri pulling the strings in the front office, and Raptors fans are excited to see what their new executive can do for this team. The Raptors will have to fend off some of the best teams in the Eastern Conference when they play away from home this season, which is never an easy task in the National Basketball Association. This team looks to have serious playoff potential, but it's going to take stellar play on the road.

The Raptors would love to win the Atlantic Division title this season, and they can accomplish that by playing well on the road when they visit their division rivals. The New York Knicks won the division last season, so the Raptors would love to go into Madison Square Garden this season and leave with a few big victories. The Brooklyn Nets could pose a threat to the Raptors' division title hopes too, so games at the Barclays Center will be crucial as well. This should be an exciting season of Raptors basketball, and you can be there to see this team hit the court away from home in 2013-14.


Toronto Raptors Team Info

The Toronto Raptors are a National Basketball League team that competes in the Eastern Conference's Atlantic Division, which is also home to the New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets, Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers. The Raptors made a big move in the offseason in order to alter the course of their organization, hiring a new general manager in Masai Ujiri. Ujiri is one of the more respected executives in the NBA right now thanks to the way he turned around the Denver Nuggets organization following the team losing Carmelo Anthony. Ujiri has done a great job as a talent evaluator in his career, something that the Raptors hope allows him to build a championship roster north of the border.

The Raptors have had a decent team lately, bit the pieces have not fit together all that well. Fans expect that their new general manager is going to change that. Ujiri quickly made his presence felt within the organization when he traded Rudy Gay to the Sacramento Kings early in the season. Gay had come over to the team less than a year earlier, via trade, but it was evident that the swingman did not figure into Ujiri's long-term plans. Some people expected to see point guard Kyle Lowry moved as well, but Ujiri was wise to hold onto the Villanova product, as Lowry is having a career year. Lowry is a feisty point guard that doesn't give an inch of defense and has a nice offensive game. He has been a big reason that this Toronto team looks like they're a solid bet to make the playoffs. Guard DeMar DeRozan has shined since the team traded Gay, as he is excelling at creating his own shot and taking the ball to the rim. This Raptors team looks like they could rise high enough to earn home court advantage in the postseason this year.


Fan Experience

There is nothing that compares to the experience of attending an NBA game in person, as any fan who has done so can tell you. The Raptors always have thrilling games at home, but on the road is where fans can truly learn a lot about this team. Playing away from home is never easy, and it takes a mental fortitude to take down a quality opponent on their own building. When you head out to an arena somewhere in the United States this season to see the Raptors, you'll find out if this team has the grit and desire to grind out a tough road win.


Toronto Raptors Trivia

Can you name the young Lithuanian center that is seen as a potential franchise cornerstone for the Raptors moving forward?

If you said Jonas Valanciunas, then you are correct. The team drafted the big man with the fifth overall pick in the NBA Draft a few years ago, waited a year for him to arrive, and are now looking to develop this immensely talented player into one of the top centers in the National Basketball Association.


Toronto Raptors History

The Toronto Raptors first entered the National Basketball Association in 1995 as an expansion franchise and one of the first teams to play in Canada. The team have seen some top players take the court over the years, such as Vince Carter, Damon Stoudemire and Marcus Camby. The Raptors have only won just one division title in their history, coming in 2007, but are hoping to earn some more division crowns in the near future.

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