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News » Toronto Raptors Roster Report 2009-03-30

Toronto Raptors Roster Report 2009-03-30

Toronto Raptors Roster Report 2009-03-30
ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Jose Calderon, Shooting guard Anthony Parker, Small forward Shawn Marion, Power forward Chris Bosh, Center Andrea Bargnani. Bench -- Forward Jason Kapono, Guard Roko Ukic, Center Patrick O'Bryant, Forward Joey Graham, Forward Pops Mensah-Bonsu, Guard Quincy Douby, Center Jake Voskuhl.


--G Jose Calderon, who already established a Raptors franchise records for career assists, tied the all-time record for assists in a game Sunday, with 19 in Toronto's 134-129 overtime win over the Chicago Bulls.

"I think this kind of record is something you look back at when you are finished playing," he said. "To be right there with (Damon) Stoudamire, he was a great player with the Raptors, I am happy."

--F Shawn Marion spent a large chunk of the final quarter and overtime of Sunday's game guarding Chicago point guard Derrick Rose. He said he's used to it.

"Man, I just had to take him out of the things he wanted to do, and make him shoot from the outside which he didn't want to do. That's it, really: stay down on him and make it pass it to somebody else."

"I've guarded all the point guards in the league. Definitely, I'm used to it. It ain't an easy job."

-- " F Chris Bosh had his 36th double-double Sunday against Chicago (31 points, 15 rebounds) and scored the game-winning basket, tipping in his own miss after driving on Joakim Noah of the Bulls. In a game in January in almost the same situation, Noah had blocked a Bosh jumper.

"I was thinking about it right when the situation occurred," said Bosh. "Coach was drawing up the plays, I looked at the plays, I looked up at the score and I was like, 'this is the same exact situation, just on the other side of the court.'


--C Kris Humphries (broken right fibula) is out indefinitely.

--G Marcus Banks (toe) is out for the season.

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