Sweet Lou Williams Leads Raptors Demolition Of The Cavaliers

There was nothing the Cleveland Cavaliers could do to stop sweet Lou Williams from revving up the hundreds of Toronto Raptors fans that had invaded Quicken Loans Arena on Saturday night to watch their NBA Eastern Conference leading Raptors totally and utterly dominate LeBron James and company 110-93. The final score doesn’t do the beat down justice.

10-2 Toronto Raptors Slowly Gaining Respect

We-The-North also means we-the-not-on-ESPN, so it’s been taking a while for the boys in the south to start noticing just how hot the Toronto Raptors have started out this season. For the slip-sliding Cleveland Cavaliers, it’s hard to say when is the best time to face the Raptors, who have the best record in the Eastern Conference. Only Memphis has a better mark in the entire league and the Raptors visit Cleveland tonight.

Caboclo Debuts in Raptors 124-83 Blowout Of The Bucks

The Toronto Raptors first round draft pick Bruno Caboclo had yet to see the court in a regular season game before tonight as Head Coach Dwane Casey has been focusing on piling up the wins for the 10-2 NBA Eastern Conference leader. However, with the Raptors up by 45 points, Caboclo got his chance and he hit 2 three-pointers to score 8 points, grabbed 1 rebound and blocked a shot in his NBA debut. Raptors defeated the Bucks 124-83.