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TORONTO - Speaking at an event for season ticket holders before the season began, Masai Ujiri urged Raptors fans - and by extension the team itself - to help make the Air Canada Centre a daunting place for opponents to visit. "We have to make this place a living hell for [opponents] to come play here," the Raptors general manager pleaded. So far its been anything but. "We have far more focus on the road than we do at home and that is a concern," coach Dwane Casey said after his team dropped to 4-8 at the ACC, losing another heartbreaker, 104-102 to the Bobcats in overtime Wednesday. With a record of 5-6 outside of Toronto, the Raptors are one of three Eastern Conference teams with more wins on the road than at home. Wednesdays loss to the Bobcats, a team theyve had difficulty with in the past, was an especially bitter pill for them to swallow. After coughing up a 16-point lead in the third quarter, the Raptors were able to hold it together long enough to force overtime. In the extra frame, DeMar DeRozan - seemingly exhausted after playing over 40 minutes - split a pair of free throws to tie the game up with one second remaining. A second overtime period seemed imminent. As Josh McRoberts inbounded, Kemba Walker curled off a screen set by Al Jefferson. Freed up for just a moment before Jonas Valanciunas closed out hard on the Bobcats leading scorer, Walker drained the dagger that handed the Raptors yet another unsettling loss in their own building. "It hurts," admitted Kyle Lowry, whose three-pointer sent the game into overtime. "Everyone loses a game [to] a buzzer-beater but youd rather get blown out by 50 than lose on a buzzer-beater." The building went silent as the buzzer sounded, keeping in mind the noise level rarely exceeded a dull roar on the night. Attendance was listed at a generous 15,201 Wednesday evening, shy of the teams 17,774-season average, 12th best in the association according to Many of those fans - the ones still rooting for this team to win - left shaking their heads, disappointed but not in the least bit surprised. It was awfully quiet for most of the game, but its hard to blame the fans in attendance. They havent been given much to cheer about. "Weve got great fans, great crowd, warm building, hot building so theres no reason why we cant come out with that type of fire and intensity [we have on the road]," Casey said. Offensively, the teams numbers are almost identical at home as they are on the road. The drop off, at least statistically, is on the defensive end where the Raptors are allowing 100.4 points per game, 4.1 more than they surrender away from the ACC. A home-court disadvantage is nothing new. Last season Toronto was one of four teams in the NBA to average more points and shoot a higher field goal percentage on the road than at home. Still, no one can seem to pinpoint whats causing it. "I have no idea, I really cant explain it," said Lowry, who had 17 points and six assists in the loss. "I think weve just got to figure out a way to turn it around." "Weve got to start to use our home court to our advantage and not feel too comfortable or think were going to be able to pull it out in late-game situations," added DeRozan after a 30-point performance. DeRozan, who is fourth in the league in minutes played per contest, appeared to be gassed by the end of the game, going 1-of-4 from the field in overtime and missing a crucial free throw down the stretch. He was quick to dismiss the suggestion of fatigue after the loss. "No I was good, I was good," he insisted. "I could have played four more overtimes if we had to." As a team, the Raptors shot just 3-of-11 in the extra period, missing their first six shots. Valanciunas, who had 10 points and six rebounds in 22 minutes, played most of overtime after sitting out the entire fourth quarter. For Casey, it was a decision made with the match-up in mind. "We were mixing it up, we had to mix it up," Casey said of the teams coverage on Jefferson, the Bobcats crafty and undersized centre. "Jonas did as much as he could with Jefferson. Jefferson is one of the most potent low-post scorers in the league but for [Valanciunas] to learn those are the guys hes going to have to guard." "I thought he fought and battled him and used his height as much as he could and I thought Jonas did a good job on the other end, taking it to him in the paint and scoring on him." Still, Casey maintains that its a give and take with Valanciunas on the floor in these scenarios. Although you have a theoretical advantage offensively with Valanciunas against the smaller Jefferson, its understood that you are giving something up on defence. Is one worth the other? Instead, Casey rotated the more experienced, more versatile trio of Amir Johnson, Tyler Hansbrough and Patrick Patterson in the fourth. For now, the Raptors will have to put their home-court conundrum on hold as they focus on what lies ahead. On Friday theyll begin a challenging four-game road trip in Dallas before visiting Oklahoma City, San Antonio and New York. Nike Free Run 2 España. Vancouver is 0-2-1 over its last three games and has dropped the first two tests of a five-game homestand in regulation. The slide has damaged the clubs already fragile playoff hopes, and the Canucks enter Saturday seven points out of the Western Conferences last postseason berth with only five games left on their schedule. Nike Air Max 90 Para Hombre. The violation -- tampering with doping control -- occurred during in-competition testing July 10, 2013. The CCES said Salas, a Vancouver resident, admitted to the violation, waived his right to a hearing and accepted the sanction. Pereira scored in the eighth minute and Parsemain scored the eventual winner in the 17th at the Grande Sports Complex in Arizona. The Whitecaps (1-1) came out flying in the second half with a goal in the 46th minute from sophomore Erik Hurtado, however the damage had been done. Nike Roshe Run España. The Kamloops, B.C., native added eight rebounds while Kyryl Natyazkho recorded 14 points and 10 rebounds to lead Ukraine. "We played very good D for 38 minutes and even though our offence struggled, our D gave us the lead," said Canadian head coach Jay Triano. Nike Blazer High Suede Vintage. Meanwhile, LeBron James played through back soreness, only to twist his ankle and see his two-time defending champion Miami Heat fall to a seventh loss in 11 games. Davis had 30 points, 11 rebounds and three steals — giving him a franchise record three straight 30-point, 10-rebound games — and the Pelicans pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 105-95 victory on Saturday night.BATHURST, N.B. - Raphael Corriveau scored his second goal of the game late in the third period as the last-place Acadie-Bathurst Titan defeated the Maritimes Division-leading Moncton Wildcats 3-2 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action Wednesday.Moncton (24-11-2) took a 2-0 lead after one period on goals from Taylor Burke and William Bower.Gabriel Gosselin got the Titan on the board at 8:10 of the second period, then Corriveau tied it on a power play at 15:59.With time winding down, Corriveau scored at 17:51 of the third period to give Acadie-Bathurst (11-24-5) the win.Daniel Vautour made 35 saves for the Titan, while Alex Dubeau stopped 20 shots for the Wildcats.Moncton went 0 for 4 on the power play, while Acadie-Bathurst was 1 for 2.---MOOSEHEADS 5 ISLANDERS 1HALIFAX — Philippe Gadoury scored twice to lead the Mooseheads over Charlottetown.Jordan King, Samuel Leblanc and Vincent Watt also scored for Halifax (19-16-3).Daniel Sprong had the lone goal for the Islanders (19-18-2).---SEA DOGS 6 SCREAMING EAGLES 3SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Adam Marsh scored twice to lead the Sea Dogs over Cape Breton.Nathan Noel, Mathieu Joseph, Spencer Smallman and Matthew Highmore also scored for the Sea Dogs (22-10-5).Jason Bell, Kyle Farrell and Evgeny Svechnikov scored for the Screaming Eagles (12-20-5).---ARMADA 7 FOREURS 2BOISBRIAND, Que. — Philippe Sanche had three goals and two assists as the Armada trounced Val-dOr.Nathanael Halbert, Daniel Walcott, Danick Martel and Olivier Schingh-Gomez also scored for the Armada (21-11-5), which overcame a 2-0 first-period deficit.Julien Gauthier and Nicolas Aube-Kubel scored for the Foreurs (16-17-6).---SAGUENEENS 5 DRAKKAR 4 (OT))CHICOUTIMI, Que.dddddddddddd — Samuel Hodhod scored the game-tying goal and the overtime winner as the Sagueneens edged Baie-Comeau.Nicolas Roy, Landon Schiller and Jeremy Bouchard also scored for Chicoutimi (17-15-3), which is 8-0-1 in its last nine games.Jasmin Boutet, Luca Ciampini, Maxime St-Cyr and Dzmitry Ambrozheichik scored for the Drakkar (20-11-6).---VOLTIGEURS 7 CATARACTES 0DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. — Joey Ratelle had two goals and two assists as the Voltigeurs blanked Shawinigan.Alex Barre-Boulet also scored twice, while Christophe Lalancette, Matthew Boucher and Georgs Golovkovs had the other goals for Drummondville (18-18-2). Joe Fleschler made 25 saves.Marvin Cupper and Antoine Samuel combined for 24 saves for the Cataractes (19-17-2).---PHOENIX 4 TIGRES 3 (SO)SHERBROOKE, Que. — Jeremy Roy had the winning shootout goal as the Phoenix edged Victoriaville.Cameron Darcy had two goals in regulation for Sherbrooke (21-13-3), while Kevin Domingue also scored.Gabriel Gagne, Filip Pyrochta and Angelo Miceli had the goals for Victoriaville (19-14-5).---HUSKIES 5 OLYMPIQUES 2GATINEAU, Que. — Ryan Penny and Mathieu Lemay each had two goals and an assist as Rouyn-Noranda beat the Olympiques.Julien Nantel had the other goal for the Huskies (19-17-2).Mickael Beauregard and Alexis Pepin scored for the Olympiques (15-20-4).---REMPARTS 3 OCEANIC 2 (OT)QUEBEC CITY, Que. — Nikolas Brouillard scored in overtime as the Remparts beat Rimouski in a matchup of the top two teams in the East Division.Kurt Etchegary and Dmytro Timashov scored in regulation for Quebec (24-12-2).Eduard Nasybullin and Christopher Clapperton scored for the Oceanic (24-11-3). 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