It’s Friday, and I’ve got some thoughts. Without further ado: 1. Kawhi Leonard Who else? “The Klaw” has somehow been even better than advertised. If his name wasn’t already in early MVP conversation, Wednesday’s dissection of the Minnesota Timberwolves will make it a fixture. He was phenomenal. It was evident from the opening tip that … Read moreFive Thoughts for Friday
Yesterday, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski dropped a 59-minute podcast where he interviewed Masai Ujiri, going through all that went on this summer. Masai is always a pleasure to listen to, and his extended chat with Woj was no exception. Those looking to listen to the podcast can do so here. Unfortunately for those looking for huge … Read moreMasai Ujiri on The Woj Pod: What You Missed
Yup, it’s that time of the year. Get your Itty Bitty Ballers ready, because the Jonas Valanciunas preseason hype vessel takes no prisoners. Welcome aboard. This should be a familiar journey for most of you. A certain, very passionate, group of Toronto’s fanbase has been prophesying Valanciunas’ stardom for as long as he’s been in … Read moreJonas Valanciunas will be a catalyst for the Raptors
After a series of big moves from Masai Ujiri and Bobby Webster, it seems as though the Raptors roster we are looking at right now will be the roster that heads into training camp on September 25th, barring a salary shedding trade. Larry Tannenbaum and co. will be paying a tax bill of around $31 … Read morePredicting the Raptors’ 2018-19 rotation
With the amount of excitement surrounding the Raptors right now, the two month wait until preseason feels cruel. There is a buzz surrounding the team in a way that there never has been before, which means that there is plenty to talk about. Lost in the hype for our new star, and forgotten among the … Read moreIs Nick Nurse the final piece of Masai’s puzzle?
Getting swept by LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers has left even the most optimistic Raptors fans with the same question regarding Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan. Are they going to be kept together another year? With another postseason disappointment and an overall consensus that the team has peaked, logic would say that a trade should happen, … Read moreFive reasons why Lowry and DeRozan likely won’t be broken up this offseason