Raptors at Spurs live stream: How to watch onlineTORONTO, ON - NOVEMBER 25: Toronto Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard (2) and Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry (7) wait for the refs as they consult with each other. Toronto Raptors vs New Orleans Pelicans in 2nd half action of NBA regular season play at Air Canada Centre. Raptors won 125-115.
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Leonard missed nearly all of the 2017-18 season, and in the offseason proceeding the season, Leonard wanted out of the Alamo City and forced the Spurs to trade him to the Toronto Raptors in exchange for DeMar DeRozan and Jakob Poeltl. Though many see his Toronto stint as a one-year affair (he can opt out of his five-year deal after this season and become an unrestricted free agent), it is clear that Toronto has taken a leap in the East.
With Leonard and Kyle Lowry leading the way, the Raptors are 28-11 and with LeBron James out West, Toronto feels it has a real shot at getting to the NBA Finals this season, making the gamble for Leonard worth it. DeRozan, who was initially depressed at being traded from Toronto, has settled in with his new team also, though San Antonio (21-17) has had a bit more of a bumpier ride than the Raptors. After starting the year bad on the road and horrific on defense, the Spurs have tightened their grip defensively and has improved slightly on the road. They have, however, continued to have success in the friendly confines of the AT&T Center, compiling a 15-5 home record.