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How the return of Siakam and Watanabe could affect the Raptors rotation

75 years ago, the NBA hosted its first game in Toronto, Canada, between two teams named the New York Knickerbockers and the Toronto Huskies. On November 1st 2021, when the NBA celebrated its 75th anniversary, the New York Knicks hosted the Toronto Raptors at the Madison Square Garden, where the Raptors emerged victorious, clinching their … Read more

A Best and Worst Case for the Raptors Part 2/2: Best Case

After an extremely difficult 2020-21 season the Toronto Raptors are coming back to Canada. The team looks much different than the last time they played at Scotiabank Arena. Only Pascal Siakam, Fred Vanvleet, OG Anunoby and Chris Boucher are still on the roster. The team appears to be in a rebuilding phase, focusing on player … Read more

Toronto Raptors offseason overview

“Sometimes we create our own heartbreaks through expectation,” a wise soul once shared with the world. Heading into the 2020-2021 NBA season, most followers of the Toronto Raptors were likely a tad too optimistic about the team heading into Tampa. Certainly, almost everyone underestimated the effect of moving 2,000 kilometres South of the border to … 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

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