Late this afternoon, the Athletic’s Shams Charania reported that Rondae Hollis-Jefferson was making his way to Toronto on a one-year deal. Just over 27 hours after Masai Ujiri and Bobby Webster lured one of the most attractive, young free agents remaining on the market, they were able to land another. Pairing Stanley Johnson with RHJ … Read moreAfter The RHJ Signing, The Raptors’ Identity And Direction Is Clear
After a series of internet-breaking moves early in the morning on Saturday, the Toronto Raptors once again find themselves in a familiar spot: mediocrity. From July 18th, 2019, until 1:59AM this morning, we were living in a dream, and we’ll have the pictures, videos, film, merchandise, and memories until the day we die. But it’s … Read more#ThankYouKawhi
Keep Working Some teams have the mindset to keep working continuously. At every point in the game you will see that team to show the same work ethic as the very start. As a result of hard work during the game, this hypothetical team can go toe to toe with any opponent. They work hard, … Read moreThe Raptors are a blue-collar team
Rejoice, Raptors fans. Once again, the Raps lead the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals. After stealing Game 3 at The Oracle in convincing fashion against the shorthanded defending champs, Toronto now sits 96 minutes of basketball away from the ultimate goal. The team played great all-around basketball with their stars leading the way … Read moreGame 3: A Raptors Recordbreaker
“Warriors in 6.” Aside from the obvious celebration of the Toronto Raptors making the finals, that’s all I’ve ever really seen since they eliminated the first seeded Milwaukee Bucks last Saturday night. Of course, this is to be expected. Golden State has not only made every single NBA Finals since 2015 with relatively similar star-studded … Read moreDefending Golden State: A Breakdown
Pivotal Game 4 Win The Toronto Raptors have finally played a complete team game. As shown in their 120-102 victory in game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals over the Milwaukee Bucks. The entire sports world counted Toronto out, except for Charles Barkley who loves Toronto. Stephen A. Smith of ESPN’s First Take claimed the Bucks … Read moreHave the Raptors Solved the Bucks’ Puzzle?
The Toronto Raptors were pummeled in a crucial Game 3. Absolutely pummeled. Joel Embiid, who finished the game with 33 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 blocks, threw down a monster windmill slam off a pump fake. The dunk sent the Philadelphia 76ers up by 26 points, and Embiid added insult to injury by taunting the … Read moreRaptors’ BIG solution to beating the Sixers
On a Collision Course The Toronto Raptors Philadelphia 76ers have quickly recovered after losing game 1 of the first round. Both teams won 4 straight games and have advanced to the conference semi-finals. On the same night where the Raptors took the Magic out of Orlando, the 76ers sent the Brooklyn Nets home for the … Read moreRaptors vs. Sixers Series Preview – The Tightrope of Success
The Toronto Raptors end the regular season 2nd in the East with 58 wins. Despite this great finish, any fan will know this season has been far from the ordinary journey. Last season the Raptors had 12 different starting lineups. This year they’ve had 22. This is a testament to their strength in holding the … Read moreSeason in Recap: A Transformative Journey
Seeing Kawhi Leonard drop 12 points in 19 minutes,17 if he shot better than 6/11 from the free throw line, is bringing out the optimism that has become customary at the start of every season in Toronto. The Raptors started their pre-season against the Portland Trail Blazers with the lineup: Kyle Lowry, Danny Green, Leonard, … Read moreWe’re talking Preseason?