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Up next for the Lakers: vs. Toronto on Sunday

Up next for the Lakers: vs. Toronto on Sunday
Toronto's Kyle Lowry drives between Dallas' Chandler Parsons, left, and Jose Juan Barea on Friday. (Chris Young / Associated Press)

Where:

Staples Center

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On the air: TV: TWC SportsNet, TWC Deportes; Radio: 710, 1330.

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Records: Lakers 3-13; Raptors 13-3.

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Record vs. Raptors (2013-14): 1-1.

Update: Toronto was one of the NBA's biggest surprises, sitting atop the Eastern Conference thanks to the scoring of Kyle Lowry (18.6 points a game) and former USC standout DeMar DeRozan (19.4 points). But DeRozan sustained a torn tendon in his groin and was expected to be out indefinitely, putting a possible damper on the NBA's second-best offense that was averaging 107.6 points before Saturday's games. The Lakers are 27-8 against the Raptors and haven't lost a season series to them since the franchise began play in 1995.

—Mike Bresnahan

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