Critiques typically spread between two slices of praise to create a ‘compliment sandwich’ for overly sensitive individuals. It seems like an okay tactic, so let’s try it with the Raptors. Rather, let’s keep these sammies open-faced for now so we’re not overloading on compliment-carbs. Freddie isn’t so steady Fred has been injured, which isn’t ideal … Read moreWhat’s not to like so far?
To say that game two was a disgrace is an understatement, but rather than letting themselves get swept, the Raptors need to make some serious adjustments prior to an obvious must win game three. Here are a list of some adjustments the Raptors should make: Start Norman Powell over Serge Ibaka You know it’s early … Read moreGame Three Adjustments
At about 6:30 PM yesterday, one could almost feel a collective sigh around Toronto. Part of it was the fact that the city was covered in ice tundra in the middle of April, but more of it was because the Raptors were playing right into the hands of every doubter that Sportsnet likes to run … Read moreA different Game 1 from a different Raptor team
It’s no secret that C.J. Miles is in a slump. But how did it get to this point? The Raptors’ big free-agent acquisition this past offseason, Miles was brought in to be a ringer of sorts, to the fill a role Toronto had sorely lacked through its recent stretch of playoff runs: a legit off-ball … Read moreShould C.J. Miles be kept on a short leash to start the playoffs?
The Toronto Raptors tipped off their season at home against the new-look Indiana Pacers tonight. Naturally it took some time for both teams to shake off the rust, as both squads looked like they were involved in not-so-friendly game of pick-up ball. It was clear that the Raptor were struggling early on to adjust to … Read moreToronto Raptors claw back to take home opener against the Pacers