Only a couple hours after the Toronto Raptors resigned forward Patrick Patterson, Masai Ujiri has pulled the trigger on yet another deal. According to Adrian Wojnarowski, sharpshooter Steve Novak has been traded to the Utah Jazz. Novak played only a single season with the Raptors averaging 3.3ppg while shooting 43% from behind the arc. Toronto … Read moreRaptors Trade Steve Novak to the Utah Jazz
Al Bello/Getty Images North America To recap Sunday’s trade with the Atlanta Hawks: John Salmons’ expiring contract was successfully dealt, the Toronto Raptors acquired additional scoring firepower in the form of Lou Williams and also snagged a Brazilian shot-blocking prospect nicknamed “Bebe.” Oh, and this trade doesn’t in any way signal the departure of either … Read moreExamining the Raptors Trade For Sweet Lou, Brazilian Prospect
Atlantic Division Champions, an NBA All-Star, home-court advantage in the playoffs, and a new franchise season record. The Toronto Raptors have completed milestones in a season where they were generally thought of as a low-ball playoff team that was good enough just to get there. However, since December 8th, where the Sacramento Kings and the Raptors pulled … Read moreWhat Is The Raptors’ Recipe For Success In The Playoffs?
The Toronto Raptors failed to extend their franchise high in road and overall wins against the New York Knicks Wednesday night. In their regular season finale, Kyle Lowry led the Raptors (48-34) to a 21-point first-half lead over the Knicks (37-45) at Madison Square Garden. While Toronto led for the majority of the game, a … Read morePost Game Report Card: Raptors Drop Regular Season Finale to Knicks 95-92
AP / J Pat Carter The Miami Heat were missing Dwyane Wade, Ray Allen and Greg Oden coming into tonight’s game against the Toronto Raptors. Even on the second night of a back-to-back, this game seemed like a prime opportunity for the Raptors to steal a W in the midst of a tough three game … Read morePost Game: Toronto Raptors Unable to Take Advantage of Three Missing Heat Players
Five years in the league, and DeMar DeRozan has grown into a leader on this Toronto Raptors team hoping to make the playoffs after a 5 year drought. Not only is DeRozan trying to will this team into winning ways, but he’s also making a case to be as a potential All-Star reserve selection. If … Read moreThe Case for DeMar DeRozan and the All-Star Game
The Toronto Raptors are sitting atop the Atlantic Division, and 4th in the Eastern Conference. Despite the Raptors’ early success, there are still many issues to address. One of them is the wing play. Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m not here to trash Rudy Gay or DeMar DeRozan, but more to elaborate on their strengths and weaknesses, to … Read moreDeMar DeRozan and Rudy Gay: Why Haven’t They Been Able To Co-Exist?
Say hello to a brand new NBA season, folks! Raptors Cage is ready to kick off the 2013-2014 season. Tonight, the Toronto Raptors take on a new look Boston Celtics at the Air Canada Centre, hoping to start the season strong with a win. This Celtics team has a very different feel. No more Doc Rivers, no … Read moreGame Day Preview: Raptors Hoping For A Strong Start
Training Camp and the pre-season are both officially underway. The Toronto Raptors are now under full supervision, as the front office has turned heads. With Masai Ujiri leading the way, the team looks to be set (apart from the final roster spot). With Coach Dwane Casey back for another season, Rudy Gay putting on muscle and fixing his eyes, and Jonas … Read more10 Questions To Keep An Eye Out For During Pre-Season
Full media day coverage is available here, and we get set to hear, from the different players, coaches, and personnel from the Toronto Raptors. Also, we will have coverage of the Raptors’ press conference, with their new ambassador, Drake, and the 2016 NBA All-Star game announcement. What exactly will we be hearing today from the … Read moreToronto Raptors Media Day Coverage