4-1; Raptors handle business against Magic…find joy 10 things from Raptors-Magic (Game 5) – Yahoo Four – Terminator: Kawhi Leonard wasn’t messing around whatsoever as he finished the night with 27 points on 8-of-11 shooting. Leonard was perfect from...
by: Arden Zwelling — Sportsnet 16h
Of course it was the Kyle Lowry who started Game 5 of his team’s series-clinching win over the Magic like he’d been shot from a cannon, a bit of cosmic poetry after all the talk of his play following that scoreless series opener.
by: Louis Zatzman — True Hoop: Raptors Republic 22h
Raptors looking to close out a series in five for..... the first time ever.
by: Michael Mannen — Fansided: Sir Charles In Charge 23 Apr
The Toronto Raptors are different team this season and are a real contender to win the Eastern Conference The Toronto Raptors, over the past four years, ha...
by: Sam Amico — Amico Hoops 23 Apr
An updated look at the NBA’s unrestricted free agents, and those who can opt out of their contracts and enter unrestricted free agency, heading into the 2019 offseason (with age in parentheses).’ Unrestricted free agents Centers Andrew Bogut (35)...
by: @globeandmail — Globe and Mail 22 Apr
The Raptors will have a chance to seal the series at home on Tuesday
by: Dylan Litman — SB Nation: Raptors HQ 21 Apr
After a close Game 3, we spoke to the Orlando Pinstriped Post to hear a Magic-oriented take heading into Game 4.
by: Net Income — SB Nation: Nets Daily 21 Apr
Last July, the Nets made a series of moves that got them cap space, a Nuggets first rounder in this year’s draft; a Nuggets second in 2020; Kenneth Faried and ultimately Jared Dudley and other...
by: Robbie Stratakos — Clutchpoints 21 Apr
If you remove Kawhi Leonard from the equation, there isn’t a more important player to the Toronto Raptors than forward Pascal Siakam. Siakam is in the midst of a breakout season. After manning a consistent role off the Raptors bench in his first two...
by: Louis Zatzman — True Hoop: Raptors Republic 19 Apr
How can Orlando respond, and what Toronto did in game two that was so dominant
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