When a child is given their first cookie after dinner, it’s very rare that you see them satisfied upon gobbling it down: they always want more. Even after accomplishing the original goal of having a lingering sweet taste in their mouth, they’re unfulfilled. When an NBA fanbase is given their first NBA Championship, there’s much … Read more5 Things We’ve Seen From The First Week of Raptors Basketball
ESPN sources say Toronto will indeed consider Anthony Bennett if he does clear waivers but Raps' crowded frontcourt makes signing him tricky — Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) September 25, 2015 It’s been a roller-coaster ride of a career already for Anthony Bennett. With the first overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, the Cleveland Cavaliers selected … Read moreHow Anthony Bennett can help the Toronto Raptors
It’s clear that there will be some big changes this offseason for the Toronto Raptors. More than likely, the change will start from the small forward spot – a position where the Raptors have struggled to get production. Thus, we analyze the suitable, viable, and realistic options at the small forward position in free agency for the Raptors. … Read morePotential Free Agent Targets: Small Forwards
Our vacation is over, and one of the most exciting events on the NBA calendar takes place Thursday the 25th – Draft Day! For Toronto Raptors fans, this day is the as masochistic as it gets. The Raps faithful count the seconds off the clock, hopefully anticipating the next prospect that will take Canada’s team … Read moreRaptors 2014-15 Draft Day Preview
The Toronto Raptors are in clear need of a roster revamp after the disaster that was the 2015 NBA playoffs. What a revamp could mean will certainly have different interpretations, however the one certainty that I can guarantee is that there will be some change. The current Raptors roster consists of (UFA = unrestricted free agent): Kyle Lowry DeMar … Read moreRaptors roster breakdown – who stays?
The Toronto Raptors are back in the playoffs meaning it’s the most wonderful time of the year to be a Raptors’ fan. The two team tango between the Chicago Bulls and the Raptors for the 3rd and 4th spot is over. The dust has settled and the two-time Atlantic division champions will face the Washington … Read moreSeries Preview: Toronto Raptors vs. Washington Wizards
The Toronto Raptors gave a thorough beatdown to the Charlotte Hornets 92-74. It seemed that there were three constants in the life of Raptors’ fans; death, taxes, and losses in Charlotte. The last time the Raptors franchise picked up a win in Jordan country was 2010 when their opponent wore Bobcat orange and the likes … Read morePost Game Report Card: The Raptors blowout the Hornets on the road
The Toronto Raptors were without Kyle Lowry once again, however managed to withstand the return of Andrea Bargnani and the New York Knicks as they came victorious against the league’s worst team. 106-89 was the final score in this one, putting the Raps at 42-28 and back into the third spot in the Eastern Conference. The Raps simply handled the Knicks as they … Read morePost Game Report Card: Raptors rout Knicks, retain 3rd seed
The Toronto Raptors are 36-17 going into the 2015 NBA All-Star weekend, with their very own Kyle Lowry starting in the main event on Sunday. What else is impressive is that the Raptors are carrying their best record in franchise history going into all-star break, right on the path towards breaking the 50-win mark. In … Read moreWhat do the Raptors need to change after the All-Star break?
The Toronto Raptors, playing with a playoff-like mentality were able to just edge out the battle tested (and fully healthy) San Antonio Spurs 87-82 on their home court. It’s funny what one player can do to change the fortunes of a team. Especially when it’s the same guy who not too long ago inexplicably spent entire … Read morePost Game Report: The Raptors grind out the defending champion Spurs