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Game Day Preview: Raptors look to take a commanding series lead

The Toronto Raptors have a chance to take a 3-1 series lead as they face the Miami Heat in game 4 of their Eastern Conference semi-final series. In game 3 the Raptors regained their home court advantage, headed by the return of #LowryTime.  A win tonight for the Raptors will give them their biggest playoff series lead … Read more

Game Day Preview: Raptors meet Pacers to tip off Eastern road trip

Having dispatched the Philadelphia 76ers and going 4-2 on a 6 game home stand, the Toronto Raptors will fly out to face the Indiana Pacers in the first of three key Eastern conference away games. The Raptors will play the second of a back to back in Indiana before meeting the Charlotte Bobcats and Miami … Read more

DeMarre Carroll out for indefinite period of time with knee contusion

The Toronto Raptors will have to weather the storm once again with the latest news that forward DeMarre Carroll will be out with an injury. Lucas Nogueira is also out with a left ankle sprain. Toronto is already missing their starting centre Jonas Valanciunas, so they’ll be missing two starters for the foreseeable future. DeMarre Carroll (right … Read more

Game Day Preview: Raptors face Lakers, meet Bryant in final showdown

The Toronto Raptors (12-9) look to get their first win of a current six game home stand that started with an upset loss to Denver and continued after coming up just short in a close 3 point loss to Golden State. Tonight for the final time this season they face the struggling Los Angeles Lakers. Lou … Read more

Raptors assign Delon Wright to D-League

The push for prospect development has continued for the Toronto Raptors. Today they’ve assigned point guard Delon Wright to their D-League affiliate squad the Raptors 905 for some much needed playing time. Wright, a 6-5 defensive minded floor general was drafted 20th overall out of the University of Utah. This move doesn’t hurt the Raptors … Read more

2014 in retrospect: The best Raptors year yet

Unless you’ve been completely off the grid for the past 12 months, there’s no excuse for you not to have noticed the Toronto Raptors having their best year ever. Okay, that may be an exaggeration, but still— the sudden surge of success in 2014 caught many of us off guard. In a good way. Even some … Read more

Raptors’ early season observations

When Masai Ujiri made his tweaks in the off-season, never had he, or likely any fans, or anyone in the Toronto Raptors‘ organization envisioned this team going off on this surprising, scorching hot start. They’ve so far proven most of the naysayers wrong, blasting out an impressive, and East-best 9-2 record. What’s even more impressive, despite their … Read more

Overdue observations on the Toronto Raptors preseason

The Toronto Raptors finished the pre-season with a impressive 7-1 record; their only loss coming to the Sacramento Kings on the road. However, that record means absolutely nothing. I repeat, nothing. What does matter from the pre-season, on the other hand, was what fans and analysts could grasp from the way the team played. Mind … Read more