The 2016-17 Toronto Raptors will look to build on the success achieved by last years squad, who made an appearance in the Eastern Conference Finals. The next step for this team, logically, is to reach the NBA Finals and capture the organization’s first-ever world championship. The quest starts Saturday, April 15 when the Raptors host the Milwaukee … Read moreSeries Preview: Toronto Raptors vs Milwaukee Bucks
Happy All-Star Sunday! We’re back with the final edition of #NorthernNostalgia. In honor of Kyle Lowry being voted an Eastern Conference All-Star starter we take a look back to another historical moment in Toronto Raptors history. With the tipoff to the 2015 NBA All-Star game just hours away, we pay homage to a moment in … Read more#NorthernNostalgia: Toronto Raptors All-Star Edition
Tonight the Toronto Raptors will square up against the Milwaukee Bucks for the final matchup in their 7-game home-stand. The Raptors (9-2) are coming off a 96-92 victory versus the Western Conference leading Memphis Grizzlies in what was quite the emotional affair. This time around the Bucks (7-5) have done almost a complete 360 in terms … Read moreGame Day Preview: Raptors finish home-stand against surging Bucks
The dust has settled. The tears have (hopefully) dried. After a magical season which saw a franchise mark in wins and just the second division title in franchise history, the Toronto Raptors fell to the Brooklyn Nets in a captivating seven-game quarter final. Sorry for bringing it up again. Yes, this was not what any of us … Read moreIn Retrospect: Raptors-Nets Series Takeaways
Before I dive into this post-game report, I’ll link a soothing/uplifting Drake song to put your mind at ease after tonight’s wild game: The Toronto Raptors played with the hearts of millions tonight, They totally blew a 26-point lead and suffered an embarrassing collapse in the final quarter of play. But somehow, someway, they pulled off a satisfying … Read morePost Game Report Card: Raptors Squeeze by Nets to Gain Series Lead
The other night, the Toronto Raptors lost a tough game on the road to division rival Brooklyn Nets 101-97. The Barclays Center was electric as the teams battled back in forth in a playoff-like atmosphere. This season, the Raptors have proved their legitimacy as a team, and other squads have started taking them seriously. As the … Read moreAre the Toronto Raptors at Risk of Losing the Atlantic Division?
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
The Toronto Raptors (22-33) play host to divisional rivals New York Knicks (32-19) tonight and hope to bounce back after Wednesday night’s loss to the Memphis Grizzlies. Both teams last met right before the All-Star break in February 13th in New York, with the Raptors coming out on top. Cage’s 5 Keys To The Game … Read moreGame Day Preview: Toronto Raptors Play Host To New York Knicks