Raptors Eye Second Upset 2/23/13
After taking down one of the NBA's top Western Division teams on its home court last night, the Toronto Raptors take on another tonight.
Toronto is at San Antonio as part of a busy 11-game pre-Christmas schedule. The Raptors handed Oklahoma City its first home loss of the season last night and now go after the Southwest Division leading Spurs.
San Antonio was beaten by the Thunder in a match-up of conference heavyweights Saturday.
Last night's win boosted the Raptors to the top of the weak Atlantic Division with an 11-14 record.
Two other division leaders resume their battle for the best mark in the Eastern Conference.
Central Division leading Indiana takes a 22-5 record into a road game at Brooklyn. Southeast Division leading Miami has won four in a row heading into its home game against Atlanta.