Ups and Downs When the Raptors look good, they look really good. But, they haven’t been really good as consistent as fans would like. Sure, they’re knocking on the door, and it’s not that there’s nobody home. The homeowner in this analogy is just napping or having a “rest” day? A couple weeks ago, Toronto … Read moreThe Dilemma
The 2015-16 season was an historic one for the Toronto Raptors. The team set a franchise record of 56 wins in a single season and survived 2 gruesome playoff match ups against the Indiana Pacers and the Miami Heat, both of which went all the way to 7 games. The Raps also reached the conference finals against the … Read moreWhat’s next for the Toronto Raptors?
The Toronto Raptors will be hosting the struggling New Orleans Pelicans on Friday night as they attempt to build on their solid performance against the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday. Pelicans’ All-star Anthony Davis sat out their previous game with a hip injury and is questionable for tonight’s game. He joins other notable New Orleans players … Read moreGame Day Preview: Raptors face off against Pelicans
Monty Williams has experience working under one of the greatest coaches in NBA history, Greg Popovich, and was part of the 2005 championship San Antonio Spurs team. Now before we dub him the next Mike Budenholzer, it is important to note he was only a coaching intern during his time with the Spurs. Since Monty has … Read moreAre the Toronto Raptors showing interest in Monty Williams?
The Toronto Raptors once again went up against an undermanned New Orleans Pelicans team and once again, they lost 100-97. After destroying the Eastern Conference’s best team on the road, the Raptors have now put up two straight disappointing performances against shorthanded opponents. The Raptors came out of the gate on fire, putting up … Read morePost Game Report: Raptors lose in disappointing fashion to the Pelicans
Hoping to bounce back after a really ugly loss against the Houston Rockets just two nights ago, the Toronto Raptors (37-18) will do battle with the depleted New Orleans Pelicans (28-27). Sounds familiar, right? That’s because it is. Back in January when Toronto and New Orleans met to play, the Raptors were coming off an embarrassing 110-89 … Read moreGame Day Preview: Raptors visit depleted Pelicans
Anthony Davis and Jrue Holiday, the #Pelicans' two best players are out. Should be a #Raptors win. #rtz #WeTheNorth — Raptors Cage (@RaptorsCage) January 18, 2015 The Toronto Raptors have lost once more. Their only wins of 2015 have been against the Philadelphia 76ers and the Boston Celtics. That’s very, very concerning. This has to be the low point of the season.There … Read morePost Game Report Card: Raptors activate panic mode with loss vs Pelicans
The Toronto Raptors, losers of seven of their past nine games, have been floundering as of late but have an advantageous opportunity to halt the skid in an afternoon tilt against the visiting New Orleans Pelicans. Toronto (26-13), has won six straight over New Orleans (19-20) by an average margin of seven points and the … Read moreGame Day Preview: Raptors Look To Extend Winning Streak Over Pelicans
The Toronto Raptors have added yet another player to their already overcrowded roster. They’ve most recently signed the free agent big man Greg Stiemsma to a deal reportedly worth $1 million dollars for a year of Stiemsma service. Stiemsma stands 6’11, weighing 260 lbs and last played for the New Orleans Pelicans where he averaged over 18 minutes … Read moreRaps Sign Greg Stiemsma to a One Year Deal
Second-half defence helped the Toronto Raptors recover from a poor start and defeat the New Orleans Pelicans, 107-100. Toronto (38-29) ended a two-game skid and earned the season sweep of New Orleans (27-40). DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry combined for 54 points for Toronto. The defensive pressure of Amir Johnson and Tyler Hansbrough—who got the … Read morePost-Game: Raptors Grind it Out Against the Pelicans to Earn Comeback Win