Basketball in Canada is often overlooked. Many individuals forget that origins of the sport tie deep into Canada. However, some are totally oblivious to just how deep basketball roots run in Canada. It was December of 1891 when physical instructor, Canadian James Naismith invented the game. It was initially meant to keep track athletes in shape. Fast forward … Read moreEvaluating the promising future of basketball in Canada
As we all know, Canada Basketball is on an absolute high right now, coming off a win at the Tuto Marchand Continental Cup in Puerto Rico, a tuneup for the FIBA Americas where they look to earn a berth in the upcoming Olympic games. The talent on the team is possibly the best it’s ever … Read moreIs Joseph the first of many Canadians for the Toronto Raptors?
Pre-Game: Coming off of a blowout win against the Suns, the Toronto Raptors (24-38) now come into an extremely tough game. The Los Angeles Lakers have been on a tear as of late behind the face of the franchise, Kobe Bryant. They are also coming off a tremendous 20-point comeback effort against the Hornets. The … Read moreGame Day Preview: It’s Showtime! Raps vs. Lakers in Hollywood
3 years, 19 million. Hey, it’s chess move. The Toronto Raptors are now going to get Steve Nash, energize the country, and make a ton of money off tickets. Right? What, Nash signed with the Lakers? It certainly must have been an awkward feeling for general manager Bryan Colangelo after the realization that he had screwed over the Raptors yet again by … Read moreLandry Fields Is Colangelo’s Worst Signing Yet
The Toronto Raptors (14-26) hope to bounce back from Friday’s heartbreaking loss against another struggling team, the Los Angeles Lakers (17-22). This will be Steve Nash’s first and only visit to Toronto this year. Kid Canada is a favourite in Toronto and fans might recall Raptors GM Bryan Colangelo aggressively targeting Nash this past summer. … Read moreGame-Day Preview: Raptors Play Host To Kobe And The Lakers