Ranking the most interesting power forward targets the Atlanta Hawks could sign. Although the team has John Collins, the Atlanta Hawks could be in the mark...
by: Jack Long — Fansided: Raptors Rapture 13h
With Marc Gasol and Serge Ibaka set to become UFAs and the Philadelphia 76ers dumpster fire roaring louder than ever, would the Toronto Raptors go all-in o...
by: Evan Tiwari — Sports Keeda 22 Sep
Per NBA trade rumors, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Chris Boucher will look to leave the Raptors for more game time.
by: Louis Zatzman — True Hoop: Raptors Republic 21 Sep
The Toronto Raptors are now exactly halfway done, smack dab in the middle, of a strange holding pattern. It's hard to get a hold of, but let's try. Zoom out. Further. Back the distance of the satellit
by: Dan Devine — The Ringer 18 Sep
Should the Clippers run it back after an all-time playoff collapse? What can the Bucks and Rockets do to get over the hump? And can Toronto afford to pay—or not pay—Fred VanVleet?
by: Michael Grange — Sportsnet 18 Sep
At some point soon, there will be a time when Masai Ujiri’s future commitment to the Raptors will need to be put on paper. That it hasn’t happened yet isn’t itself a cause for concern, but the longer it goes on, the louder the questions will get.
by: ConorMcCreery — SB Nation: Raptors HQ 16 Sep
Yes, it’s time to pivot to the off-season for the Raptors. With a number of free agents on the roster, let’s take a quick look at what could happen with the team.
by: Collin Loring — Fansided: All U Can Heat 15 Sep
As the Miami Heat prepare to take on the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals, Bleacher Report is talking free agent targets. The 2020 NBA playo...
by: Jack Long — Fansided: Raptors Rapture 15 Sep
Kyle Lowry has 1 year and $30.5 million left on his contract before he becomes a free agent in 2021. After a heartbreaking loss to the Boston Celtics in ga...
by: Steven Loung — Sportsnet 14 Sep
For the Raptors and most other NBA teams, the off-season is underway. No one knows exactly how long it'll last, but Toronto has several big questions to answer in the meantime.