As per the annual tradition, the Raptors are in the latest NBA 2K game. And we’ve got to review each of their ratings. Three players stand out for their excellence while a couple of others are true head-scratchers.
by: Doug Smith - Sports Reporter — Toronto Star: Doug Smiths Sports Blog 2h
Dodgers' ace, a generational talent, should have silenced dome unfair critics
by: Louis Zatzman — True Hoop: Raptors Republic 2h
Paulo Coelho wrote a perfect book in The Alchemist. An Andalusian shepherd chases a treasure and travels all the way to the pyramids of Egypt before returning to his sheep and his pasture and his tre
by: Alexandro Fidanza — Fansided: Raptors Rapture 3h
The Toronto Raptors had a very good season finishing with the second-best record in the league. But there are five stats that can leave every Raptors fan d...
by: Jason Mills — Fansided: Raptors Rapture 23h
The Toronto Raptors fanbase has been unable to enjoy a game in the confines of Toronto's Scotiabank Arena. The trend is likely to continue next ...
by: Doug Smith - Sports Reporter — Toronto Star: Doug Smiths Sports Blog 25 Oct
Plus one-sided trade ideas, how good TFC has been (besides last night) and what other NBA teams are doing
by: Mike Cruz — Clutchpoints 25 Oct
In 1998, the Golden State Warriors and the Toronto Raptors made a draft day trade involving two North Carolina Tar Heels standouts in Vince Carter and Antawn Jamison. For all those who may not know, Carter was initially slated to go to the Warriors...
by: Derek Therriault — Fansided: Tip of the Tower 25 Oct
There was a lot of talk about Pascal Siakam's performance after the 2020 season but what should the Toronto Raptors do with their star player going forward...
by: Jeremy Chua — Clutchpoints 25 Oct
Kevin Love, LeBron James, and Andrew Wiggins know the Cleveland Cavs were fresh from another disappointing campaign in the 2013-2014 season that ended in a 10th-place finish with a 33-49 record. The only bright spot on the team was former point...
by: Josh Kern — SB Nation: Raptors HQ 23 Oct
The return of the NBA, and our Toronto Raptors, may be closer than we think.
by: Mike Chiari — Bleacher Report 23 Oct
The Toronto Raptors reportedly held discussions about playing their home games in Louisville, Kentucky, during the 2020-21 season, but decided against it after their players expressed ...
by: Immanuel Canicosa — Clutchpoints 23 Oct
When the Los Angeles Lakers signed shooting guard Danny Green to a two-year, $30 million deal last offseason, the team knew they were getting one of the best 3-and-D guys in the NBA. But more than that, the Lakers knew that Green is, above all, a...
by: Doug Smith - Sports Reporter — Toronto Star: Doug Smiths Sports Blog 23 Oct
it's absurd to think the franchise would think of a temporary relocation to the city where Breonna Taylor was killed
by: Sam Holako — True Hoop: Raptors Republic 23 Oct