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How Anthony Bennett can help the Toronto Raptors

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 more

Rebirth of a system: Toronto Raptors

The Toronto Raptors have revamped their roster in hopes of improving their fortunes come next post-season. The Raptors parted ways with five players including six-year Raptor veteran Amir Johnson. With the new players like DeMarre Carroll, Cory Joseph and Bismack Biyombo in the mix its clear Masai Ujiri is focused on improving and establishing the team … Read more

How bright is Kyle Lowry’s future with the Toronto Raptors?

  After a busy off-season, the Toronto Raptors’ backcourt provides talent for both the future, and the more important present. To join All-Star Kyle Lowry, the Raptor’s point guard rotation now includes their 2015 first round pick, Delon Wright, and the freshly signed Canadian, Cory Joseph. The Rotation In Cory Joseph, the Raptors will be able … Read more

What to expect from Toronto Raptors D-League team, Raptors 905

For the first time in history the Toronto Raptors will have an NBA D-league affiliate based in their own city. For those that don’t know or need reminding; the NBA D-league (D for Development) is the minor league of the NBA, it currently has 19 teams and each is affiliated with a team/s in the NBA. … Read more

Is Joseph the first of many Canadians for the Toronto Raptors?

  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 more

The Toronto Raptors’ Roster Versatility

With the NBA off-season nearing its end, the Toronto Raptors roster is pretty much summed up, with Masai Ujiri making the last couple deals by signing younger players to fill out the training camp roster. From the acquisitions Ujiri made, the Raptors’ roster has now been shaped differently. Along with the starting line-up, there’s additional bench … Read more

Raptors’ Second Line Will Continue To Impress

Throughout the course of the 2014-15 season, fans were able to grow to love the Toronto Raptors most featured line-up consisting of: Lou Williams, Greivis Vasquez, James Johnson, Patrick Patterson, and Tyler Hansborough. They appeared in 39 games together, while posting the teams most reliable defensive efficiency rating of 96.8 points per 100 possessions, according … Read more

How Masai has set the Toronto Raptors up for fincancial success

Understanding the NBA‘s salary cap structure is a science. The collective bargaining agreement (CBA), which governs the cap has its own language with terms and abbreviations like RFA (restricted free agent), UFA (unrestricted free agent), MLE (mid-level exception) and “bird-rights”. The CBA requires PhD level study to interpret completely, this is why sports franchises have designated … Read more

Raptors to sign Canadian Cory Joseph

ESPN sources say newly unrestricted free agent Cory Joseph is closing in on a deal with the Toronto Raptors — Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) July 6, 2015 Welcome home, Cory Joseph! The Toronto Raptors will reportedly sign the Pickering native. Details are still emerging however you have to love the pick-up. Aside from the fact that he is a big … Read more