Toronto Raptors

How have the Toronto Raptors fared in back-to-backs in the 2019-20 season?

The Toronto Raptors' meetings with the Boston Celtics and Chicago Bulls on Oct. 25 and 26, respectively, made up the first of 10 sets of back-to-backs the team played in during the first part of the 2019-20 NBA season.

At the NBA restart, all 22 teams had one back-to-back during their seeding game schedule, with the Raptors' set coming on Aug. 9 and Aug. 10.

How have they fared in back-to-backs? Below, find a rundown.

Toronto Raptors back-to-backs, 2019-20 season
Date Opponent Result Date Opponent Result
1 Oct. 25 @ Boston L, 106-112 Oct. 26 @ Chicago W, 108-84
2 Nov. 10 @ LA Lakers W, 113-104 Nov. 11 @ LA Clippers L, 98-88
3 Dec. 8 @ Philadelphia L, 110-104 Dec. 9 @ Chicago W, 93-92
4 Dec. 22 vs. Dallas W, 110-107 Dec. 23 @ Indiana L, 120-115 (OT)
5 Dec. 28 @ Boston W, 113-97 Dec. 29 vs. Oklahoma City L, 98-97
6 Jan. 7 vs. Portland L, 101-99 Jan. 8 @ Charlotte W, 112-110 (OT)
7 Jan. 17 vs. Washington W, 140-111 Jan. 18 @ Minnesota W, 122-112
8 Jan. 30 @ Cleveland W, 115-109 Jan. 31 @ Detroit W, 105-92
9 Feb. 7 @ Indiana W, 115-106 Feb. 8 vs. Brooklyn W, 119-118
10 Mar. 8 @ Sacramento W, 118-113 Mar. 9 @ Utah W, 101-92
11 Aug. 9 vs. Memphis W, 108-99 Aug. 10 vs. Milwaukee W, 114-106

A closer look:

  • 9 of the Raptors' 13 back-to-backs come prior to the All-Star break
  • 7 of the 13 teams Toronto plays on the second night of a back-to-back made the postseason in 2019
  • 7 of the 13 sets of back-to-backs consist of two road games

How did the Raptors fare in back-to-backs last season? Take a look back at how they performed:

Toronto Raptors back-to-backs, 2018-19 season
Date Opponent Result Date Opponent Result
1 Oct. 19 vs. Boston W, 113-101 Oct. 20 @ Washington W, 117-113
2 Oct. 29 @ Milwaukee L, 109-124 Oct. 30 vs. Philadelphia W, 129-112
3 Nov. 4 @ LA Lakers W, 121-107 Nov. 5 @ Utah W, 124-111
4 Nov. 16 @ Boston L, 116-123 (OT) Nov. 17 @ Chicago W, 122-83
5 Nov. 20 @ Orlando W, 93-91 Nov. 21 @ Atlanta W, 124-108
6 Dec. 11 @ LA Clippers W, 123-99 Dec. 12 @ Golden State W, 113-93
7 Dec. 21 vs. Cleveland W, 126-110 Dec. 22 @ Philadelphia L, 101-126
8 Jan. 5 @ Milwaukee W, 123-116 Jan. 6 vs. Indiana W, 121-105
9 Jan. 16 @ Boston L, 108-117 Jan. 17 vs. Phoenix W, 111-109
10 Jan. 22 vs. Sacramento W, 120-105 Jan. 23 @ Indiana L, 106-110
11 Mar. 10 @ Miami W, 125-104 Mar. 11 @ Cleveland L, 101-126
12 Mar. 17 @ Detroit L, 107-110 Mar. 18 vs. New York W, 128-92

A closer look:

  • Toronto was 8-4 on the first night of back-to-backs last season
  • The Raptors were 9-3 on the second night of back-to-backs last season
  • Toronto played 10 of its 12 back-to-backs prior to the All-Star break
  • The team won both ends of the back-to-back on five different occasions
  • November saw the Raptors play four games in six nights, going 3-1 in that stretch
  • The Nov. 20 road win over Orlando and Jan. 17 home win over Phoenix were decided on the final possession

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