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Grading every Raptors move this offseason

How well has Raptors management handled this offseason? Have they gotten significantly better? I don’t think so. Significantly worse? Wrong again. So let’s go through every move the Raptors have made up to this point in the offseason and grade each one, and then average them out to decide how well it’s really gone. The … Read more

Post-Free Agency Power Rankings

Welcome to the first rendition of our Raptors Cage weekly power rankings! This will be released every Friday from now through the NBA playoffs in June. These have changed a lot in the past few days, with players changing teams in a very eventful free agency and trading period. For now we assume players like … Read more

Game Three Adjustments

To say that game two was a disgrace is an understatement, but rather than letting themselves get swept, the Raptors need to make some serious adjustments prior to an obvious must win game three. Here are a list of some adjustments the Raptors should make: Start Norman Powell over Serge Ibaka You know it’s early … Read more

Should Gary Trent Jr. Continue to Come off the Bench?

With a healthy roster and the new addition of Khem Birch, a true center that the Toronto Raptors have been desperately needing all season, Gary Trent Jr. has been moved to the bench. This bold move has caused a bit of controversy on Twitter, and many Toronto Raptors fans have opposing opinions and thoughts on … Read more

Raptors Re-Sign Yuta Watanabe and Freddie Gillespie

In the past couple of days, there has been a lot of action in the Front Office of the Toronto Raptors organization, and many fans are happy to hear that the Raptors have re-signed both Yuta Watanabe and Freddie Gillespie. It is official . . . the Toronto Raptors have finally re-signed Yuta Watanabe to … Read more

The Raptors tank is failing, and now they face decisions

In a season of Murphy’s Law for the Toronto Raptors – where it seems like everything that could possibly go wrong for them, has gone wrong – this team has now forgotten how to lose games as well. Ignore the 34 losses as part of their official record. Instead, take a look at the team’s … Read more

The Top Five Raptors For Your Fantasy Team – Updated For The Home Stretch

The Toronto Raptors only have 16 regular season games remaining. This means that your fantasy basketball team is in the home stretch. There are only a couple regular season matchups left before the fantasy basketball playoffs. Whether you are the best general manager to ever lead a fantasy basketball team to victory, or just really … Read more

What Could a Post-Lowry Raptors Era Look Like?

Kyle Lowry and the Raptors have had nine fruitful years together, and through them, they’ve shared a plethora of incredible memories that Canadian basketball fans, nor Lowry himself will ever forget. Lowry’s first season playing in the North was the only one during the Kyle Lowry era in which the Raptors didn’t qualify for the … Read more

Who is Khem Birch, the Raptors latest addition?

The Toronto Raptors have had a gaping hole in the frontcourt for the entire season, and it’s been no secret to anybody involved in the Raptors organization. Nick Nurse has spoken in frustration about the roster imbalance several times, Masai Ujiri and Bobby Webster have each been questioned regarding their plans to fill the void … Read more

Assessing Gary Trent Jr.’s first few games as a Raptor

When the Toronto Raptors shipped Norman Powell to Portland on March 25th in the midst of the best season of his career, it was undeniably a heartbreaking moment for Raptors fans. Powell had accomplished so much in his six seasons north of the border, having played a pivotal role in helping the team win its … Read more

Raptors acquire Trent, Hood in Powell deal

Going into the trade deadline yesterday, the obituaries of Kyle Lowry and Norman Powell had already been written. Following the Raptors’ most impressive game of the season, almost all of the questions for each guard in their post-game press conference on Wednesday night were unrelated to the game. Journalists were already preparing their farewell stories … Read more