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Dewan Hernandez Could Be a Steal

In the NBA, it is not often that a late second-round-pick has the opportunity to sign a multi-year NBA contract with any guaranteed money. Last night, The Athletic’s Shams Charania reported just that: The Toronto Raptors and the 59th overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft had agreed to a three-year, partially guaranteed contract, making … Read moreDewan Hernandez Could Be a Steal

After The RHJ Signing, The Raptors’ Identity And Direction Is Clear

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

Kawhi to the Clippers: Raptors begin a new era

After countless reports of Kawhi ruling out the Clippers in a Mexican standoff between the Lakers and the Raptors, the Finals MVP shocked the NBA free agency world with his decision. As reported by Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports, Leonard will sign with the Los Angeles Clippers for $142 million for four years. To add … Read moreKawhi to the Clippers: Raptors begin a new era

Raptors Sign EuroLeague’s Matt Thomas

Featured image by Bryon Houlgrave/The Des Moines Register via AP   According to Shams Charania and other sources, Matt Thomas of Valencia BC in Liga ACB has agreed to three-year, $4.2M deal with the Toronto Raptors. Thomas is a 6-4 guard who averaged 11.4 points with Valencia BC in 20.3 minutes, while shooting an intriguing … Read moreRaptors Sign EuroLeague’s Matt Thomas

Masai Ujiri, the Toronto Raptors’ Godfather

Featured image by Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press A week after the Washington Wizards allegedly denied their pursuit for Masai Ujiri, the Raptors president of basketball operations reinforced his loyalty to Toronto in a June 25 press conference. “It’s always been about Toronto,” he said, before adding in his wife’s love for Toronto and the city’s … Read moreMasai Ujiri, the Toronto Raptors’ Godfather

“Believe in Yourselves” – Masai Ujiri

Coming into this series, one question surrounded the Raptors fan base: Do we have a chance? Prior to Game 1, my answer would have been that we have Kawhi, and the team with the best player in the series always has a chance. With Kevin Durant’s injury holding him out until at least Monday, the … Read more“Believe in Yourselves” – Masai Ujiri

Explaining the Raptors’ Game 1 Curse

The Toronto Raptors have struggled in game one of a playoff series. The Raptors are 1 and 10 in the first game of a playoff series since the seven game format was introduced.

Season in Recap: A Transformative Journey

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

Pascal Siakam: What’s next for Spicy P?

  Pascal Siakam’s early vacation sendoff for Miami came with under a minute left in overtime in the form of a spot-up corner three. He posed in front of the Heat bench, leaving his hand in the cookie jar as he put the shot up off a slick extra pass from Gasol. The Heat players stared … Read morePascal Siakam: What’s next for Spicy P?