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Three draft night trades the Raptors can make

Typically, the boring days of an NBA offseason occur a couple of weeks after the start of free agency. All of the big-name free agents would have found their new homes, the blockbuster trades would have been finalized, and the NBA Draft would be distant history. This year, things have obviously been different. Rather than … Read more

Toronto Raptors 2020 Draft Outlook

The 2020 NBA draft is quickly approaching, and unlike last year’s draft, the Raptors hold all of their own picks. Not having a draft pick in the 2019 NBA draft was of no consolation when considering they used that pick to acquire Kawhi Leonard, leading to Toronto’s first NBA championship. The lack of a first … Read more

The race for the Raptors’ eighth spot

The NBA bubble has shown us some exhilarating basketball over the past month, but now it’s time for what every basketball nerd has been waiting for: The Playoffs. Three games into their first round series against the Brooklyn Nets, the Toronto Raptors are looking dangerous, destined for another deep playoff run, picking up right where … Read more

Terence Davis shines in Raptors return to action

When the ball tipped off at the Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney World last night, it marked the beginning of the Toronto Raptors’ quest to repeat as NBA Champions. Having been the first team to arrive in Florida – hosting their training camp in Naples, rather than in Toronto – Canada’s team was … Read more

Who should be the Toronto Raptors’ eighth man?

As the Toronto Raptors’ players begin to settle into their hotels, and the playoffs slowly inch closer, it is time to discuss everyone’s favourite conversation topic, playoff rotations. A typical NBA season will see a team give nine, ten, sometimes even 11 players significant minutes. Due to the Raptors’ crushing injury woe’s, and Nick Nurse’s … Read more

The Three Best and Three Most Underutilized Lineups

Last year, the Toronto Raptors seemed absolutely invincible, and practically flawless when it came to injuries, (despite Jonas Valanciunas’ thumb injury). Even hearing about the mass amount of injuries the players encountered during the playoff run, everybody was able to play through them, except for the horrible timing of OG Anunoby’s emergency appendectomy. This year … Read more

Terence Davis – Undrafted yet Unbelievable

Masai Ujiri is globally recognized as one of, if not the best general manager (GM) in the NBA. From convincing the Knicks to give up a top-10 pick for Andrea Bargnani, to pulling off the Kawhi Leonard and Marc Gasol deals within the same season to eventually lead to the Raptors’ first ever championship, Masai … Read more

Terence Davis’ breakout is the Raptors trade deadline acquisition

The now 39-14 Toronto Raptors had a quiet trade deadline this year. As Bobby Webster stated in his post-deadline press conference Thursday afternoon, Toronto’s team of front office personnel scoured the market focused on improving the team – looking at big moves, small moves, and roster tinkering deals – but nothing out there was eye-popping … Read more

Terence Davis Jr. is a Rising Star, regardless of if he plays in the game

Terence Davis pours in a career-high 31 PTS (12-15 FGM) as the @Raptors tie their franchise-record with 11 straight wins! #WeTheNorth pic.twitter.com/0PG0zOb5cx — NBA (@NBA) February 2, 2020 A statement game is when a player or a team sets out to perform to a higher standard than usual, in an effort to prove a point … Read more

Raptors Flaunt Their Potential In Win Over The Jazz

The first half of tonight’s matchup between the Toronto Raptors and the Utah Jazz couldn’t have been written more graciously in a storybook – for Raptors fans at least. The first couple minutes of action were ugly as both teams combined to open the gates shooting brick after brick, but after Mike Conley pulled the … Read more