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Game Day Preview: Raptors Take On Struggling Nets

The Brooklyn Nets have been disappointing to say the least. Some are calling them last years Lakers, however the Lakers made the playoffs last year. At 3-10, Brooklyn has just looked awful in pretty much every aspect. New coaching, new players, and injuries have played a major part, however no matter how you look at it – … Read moreGame Day Preview: Raptors Take On Struggling Nets

Should The Toronto Raptors Bring Back Alan Anderson?

“The Toronto Raptors have signed G/F, Alan Anderson from the NBA D-League.” This isn’t exactly big time news that would hit the front page. Alan was first signed near the end of the 2011-2012 season, all because of injuries. Anderson was given an opportunity to show his game to an NBA team. After being undrafted … Read moreShould The Toronto Raptors Bring Back Alan Anderson?

Evaluating The Bryan Colangelo Era

2006 was the very first year Bryan Colangelo came in and took charge of the front office of the Toronto Raptors. The “BC Era” many called it. Most were optimistic, but it might be safe to say that the optimism is no longer present with him as the current general manager of basketball operations. Raptors … Read moreEvaluating The Bryan Colangelo Era

Player Report Cards For the 2012-13 Season

After another lost season with no playoffs, it’s now time to make ourselves try and feel better by looking at the individual report card scores for each player on this roster. Who needs summer school? Note- grades relative to player expectations. For example, if LeBron averaged 20-2-1 he would get a D+ because that’s way … Read morePlayer Report Cards For the 2012-13 Season

What Really Happened This Season?

What happened to the Toronto Raptors this season? Do the fans remember the promise Jamaal Magloire made before the final game against the New Jersey Nets (now Brooklyn Nets) last season? “…and continue, continue, continue to stick with us, ’cause we are going to improve, and we are going to make the playoffs next year.” … Read moreWhat Really Happened This Season?

Post Game Report Card: The Toronto Raptors Blow A Lead Yet Again

Tom Szczerbowski – USA TODAY Sports The Toronto Raptors blow yet another lead to the Detroit Pistons, as the lose by 10, 108-98 Monday evening. With this loss, the Toronto Raptors have been mathematically eliminated from playoff contention, which quite frankly isn’t a surprise. Jose Calderon‘s return to the ACC was a successful one for … Read morePost Game Report Card: The Toronto Raptors Blow A Lead Yet Again

Post-Game Report Card: Raptors Lose To Knicks Two Nights In A Row

It’s two losses in two nights for the Toronto Raptors against the New York Knicks, which brings the season series for both clubs to two games a piece. After losing to the Knicks at home 94-99 yesterday, the Raptors once against fall in New York, this time 110-84. Ouch. It definitely didn’t help that Rudy Gay … Read morePost-Game Report Card: Raptors Lose To Knicks Two Nights In A Row

Game Day Preview: Raptors Attempt to Win Season Series vs. the Knicks

Last night, the Toronto Raptors (26-43) failed to make it three wins in a row against the New York Knicks (41-26). After dropping Friday’s game at home the Raptors have fallen to 3-10 against Atlantic division rivals, with two of those wins against the Knicks. Tonight the Raptors head into New York for the second game … Read moreGame Day Preview: Raptors Attempt to Win Season Series vs. the Knicks

Post Game Report Card: Melo Torches Raps, Anderson Has a Career Night, Raptors Lose

The Toronto Raptors (26-43) managed to claw back only to see defeat once again, only this time against division rival the New York Knicks (41-26). After falling to the Bobcats the other night, Toronto wasn’t able to get the monkey off their back and dropped another game at home 99-94 in an already lost season. The … Read morePost Game Report Card: Melo Torches Raps, Anderson Has a Career Night, Raptors Lose

Game Day Preview: The Toronto Raptors Look To Make It Three In A Row

Tonight, the Toronto Raptors (26-42) look to make it three straight wins against the current 3rd seed in the conference, New York Knicks (40-26) at home in the ACC. The last time the Knicks were at the ACC, the Raptors ran away with a two point win, as Rudy Gay and Carmelo Anthony went at … Read moreGame Day Preview: The Toronto Raptors Look To Make It Three In A Row