Eric Moreland and the Toronto Raptors have reached agreement on a one-year, partially guaranteed deal, per Mike Scotto of The Athletic. Teams are looking to round out their rosters as training camp approaches. The Toronto Raptors and free agent forward...
by: Blake Murphy — The Athletic 14h
Fred VanVleet has never been afraid to bet on himself and he cashed in when negotiating a new two-year deal with the Raptors this summer.
by: Blake Murphy — True Hoop: Raptors Republic 16h
And we have 20!
by: JP Lopez — NBA 17 Sep
One of the newest members of the Toronto Raptors is big man Greg Monroe who signed with Toronto in free agency, eight years after he was drafted seventh overall by the Detroit Pistons in the 2010 NBA Draft. Prior to being drafted, Monroe was named the...
by: Bryan Kalbrosky — USA Today: Hoops Hype 4 Sep
After moving on from veteran forward Luol Deng, the Los Angeles Lakers will have an additional roster spot available as 2018-19 season approaches.
by: https://www.givemesport.com/mark-deeks-1 — Give Me Sport 4 Sep
Still unsigned, these players nevertheless might be able to help an NBA team next year
by: Noam Bernstein — Clutchpoints 28 Aug
Toronto Raptors center Jonas Valanciunas will not be attending the FIBA qualifiers this year. Instead, he will be returning to Toronto to get a head start in training camp, along with other Raptors. Lithuanian basketball journalist Donatas Urbonas broke..
by: https://www.givemesport.com/mark-deeks-1 — Give Me Sport 27 Aug
Centres aren't what they used to be - and they aren't getting paid like it, either.
by: Jackson Frank — Clutchpoints 23 Aug
The story of these Toronto Raptors is one of incremental improvements amid crushing failures. Through it all, team president Masai Ujiri remained patient. And while his preference was always to find a superstar like Kawhi Leonard, he allowed his roster...
NBA offseason grades: With Kawhi Leonard, Raptors shined most in Atlantic Division | NBC Sports Washington
by: Chase Hughes — NBC Sports Washington 19 Aug
The Raptors made the boldest move in their division this offseason, while the Celtics and Sixers didn't change much.