Host William Lou speaks with Open Gym producer Jeff Landicho about this summer’s changes and what’s next for the show. Topics: – Favorite episode from last season – Masai Ujiri’s Giants of Africa tour – Showing appreciation for DeMar DeRozan and Dwane...
by: The Canadian Press — TSN 6m
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic have played against each other 46 times. From Monaco to Shanghai and everywhere in between. Regular, run-of-the-mill tournaments and major finals. On Friday night, they play on the same side of the net for the first time.
by: Ashish Mathur — Clutchpoints 38m
San Antonio Spurs shooting guard DeMar DeRozan will face off against his former team, the Toronto Raptors, for the first time on Jan. 3, and the four-time All-Star has big plans for that night. In a recent video shot with former teammate Serge Ibaka,...
by: Steven Loung — Sportsnet 40m
On Thursday, San Antonio Spurs guard DeMar DeRozan sent out a cryptic tweet centred around revenge. But he couldn't just be referring to the obvious, could he?
by: Mike Bossetti — Fansided: Raptors Rapture 7h
We continue our "23 days of Toronto Raptors history" with the opening of Jurassic Park and Masai Ujiri letting the world know his opinion of Broo...
by: https://www.givemesport.com/conor-porter-1 — Give Me Sport 12h
Leonard could become a free agent next summer if he declines his 2019-20 option with the Raptors
by: The Canadian Press — TSN 21h
Freddie Freeman spent the previous four seasons playing for an Atlanta team that averaged 90 losses a year. Now that the Braves are back challenging for a division title, the All-Star first baseman knows his club can't afford any long losing streaks.
by: Michael Grange — Sportsnet 23h
In many ways Glen Grunwald is perfectly positioned to understand the full picture when it comes to Canada reaching its full basketball potential.
by: Daniel Hackett — SB Nation: Raptors HQ 19 Sep
Let’s look at some trade scenarios for the Raptors as Jimmy Butler looks to engineer his exit from Minnesota.
by: William Lou — The Score 19 Sep
The Portland Trail Blazers are basically the Toronto Raptors of the West, except the Raptors had the guts to make a move after being swept. Jimmy Butler's discontent in Minnesota presents the Blazers with the same chance, and they should take advantage.De
by: Doug Smith - Sports Reporter — Toronto Star 19 Sep
With women at world championships and men on their way, sport’s future in this country is bright, says organization’s new CEO.
by: Kirstie Chiappelli — Sporting News 19 Sep
"He is determined and seems in the right frame of mind," Ujiri said Tuesday. "You will be hearing from him shortly."