Coming off a career season, Aldridge has found the other end of the spectrum.
by: Sam Holako — True Hoop: Raptors Republic 3h
14-4 ? 10 things I saw from Raptors-Magic (Nov. 22) – The Defeated Concern: This game was only close because the Raptors couldn’t hit wide-open threes. Toronto shot 9-of-34 from deep against the Magic, and have made just 48-of-163 dating back to the...
by: Bryan Kalbrosky — USA Today: Hoops Hype 8h
The Toronto Raptors have changed their shot distribution under new head coach Nick Nurse. It’s led to an interesting offensive philosophy.
by: Sam Smith — NBA 12h
The Bulls are back at it Wednesday in the United Center against the Phoenix Suns after a fortuitous three-day break. It proved an appropriate time after three very bad times, the trifecta of blowouts against the East's top teams. So Zach LaVine thought...
by: Duane Rankin, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 14h
Phoenix started Devin Booker at point guard for the first time this season to give Suns a big, versatile lineup. Will Igor Kokoskov stick with it?
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by: Martin Rogers, USA TODAY — USA Today 16h
They may still be flying under the radar a bit, but the Giannis Antetokounmpo-led Milwaukee Bucks are clearly one of the best teams in the NBA.
by: Zackery Rogers — Clutchpoints 17h
Monday night, the San Antonio Spurs lost to the New Orleans Pelicans 140-126. The San Antonio Spurs are currently 8-8 on the season and are in 11th place in the Western Conference. The Spurs started a new era after trading Kawhi Leonard during the summer.
by: BrunoPassos — SB Nation: Pounding The Rock 17h
The undrafted third-year guard has thrived as an unlikely starter trying to help this Spurs team stay afloat.
by: Pelicans.com — NBA 21h
Postgame wrap: Pelicans 140, Spurs 126 Anthony Davis may not have reached a significant individual milestone in front of his home fans Monday, but the five-time All-Star got just about everything else he could’ve wanted, including a convincing victory...
by: Michael Pina — Vice Sports 21h
You might not know Rodney McGruder's name, but he is Mr. Miami Heat, and his journey is one of the great stories in today's NBA.
by: Matt Rochinski — NBA 22h
By Sam Perley He’ll be the first one to admit it, but Kemba Walker’s franchise-record 60-point performance in last Saturday’s loss to the Philadelphia 76ers would have felt a whole lot sweeter had it been the Hornets who had come out on top.
by: Daniel Reynolds — SB Nation: Raptors HQ 22h
With the Wizards imploding, let’s review the seven teams that once defeated the Raptors in the playoffs, and where they are now. Feels good, doesn’t it?