After coming off two wins against the Pacers and Hornets, the Raptors made it three straight with a win at home against the Denver Nuggets. Yesterdays game marked the second time Rudy Gay had hit a game winner in his first 5 games with the Raptors. Since Rudy has arrived in Toronto, the Raps have gone 3-2 and find themselves 6 games back of the Bucks for the 8th seed in the East. Tonight the Raps will look to make it four straight when they travel to the Big Apple to play the Knicks. If Toronto can somehow pull this one out, it would be a incredible boost of confidence for the team entering the all-star break on a four game winning streak. The playoffs are certainly seem an obtainable goal but the Raps must continue to improve down the stretch and avoid games where they fail to show up for one of the games four quarters. Tonight the Raptors must of course be aware of Carmelo Anthony at all time as he simply has become a much better player since transitioning to the PF position. Over his the last three games, Anthony averaging 36.3 points on 49.3 percent shooting. Expect to see the Raps go small tonight and have Rudy play the 4 at points during tonight's game in order to match up with Anthony.