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?
As the anticipation for the Toronto Raptors’ playoff quest builds, they must first escape the wrath of a hungry Charlotte Hornets team. While the Hornets may not be seen as much of a threat to other teams, the story has been different for the Raptors as Charlotte leads the all-time series 40-28. Notwithstanding, the East is a lot … Read moreGame Day Preview: Raptors hope to win season series against Hornets
The Toronto Raptors, once again without DeMarre Carroll and Jonas Valanciunas, fell to the Charlotte Hornets after a controversial call at the end of regulation. Even if the shot doesn’t count, the Raptors attempted to call a timeout and the play was not reviewed. The referee’s reasoning is that because time did not expire. … Read morePost Game Report Card: Hornets Sting Toronto Raptors in OT
A column by Grantland’s Zach Lowe has indicated that SF Nicolas Batum is interested in playing for the Toronto Raptors. Batum is a free agent next offseason. He was dealt to the Charlotte Hornets from the Portland Trail Blazers, where he had some solid seasons alongside LaMarcus Aldridge. Batum is an impending unrestricted free agent on a borderline playoff team, diving into an unprecedented … Read moreLowe: Nicolas Batum wants to play in Toronto
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?