Golden State Warriors fan Trevor Laub digitally altered his mobile tickets to score courtside seats for 29 games inside Oracle Arena this year.
by: Amin Golnabi — Fansided: Sir Charles In Charge 9h
As expected the Toronto Raptors will likely take a step back in 2019-20 The Toronto Raptors finally achieved the unthinkable on June 13th, 2019 when Kawhi ...
by: Oren Weisfeld — True Hoop: Raptors Republic 13h
Last summer, after the Toronto Raptors traded two of the team’s weaker defenders in DeMar DeRozan and Jakob Poeltl for two All-Defensive Team players in Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green, it was clear that the Raptors had a newfound identity: Defense....
by: Thomas Valentine — Fansided: Raptors Rapture 21 Jul
The Toronto Raptors added a plethora of individual talent to the roster this off-season, but a familiar trend has evolved. Not many of them can shoot. Last...
by: Oren Weisfeld — True Hoop: Raptors Republic 19 Jul
When Nick Nurse was hired to replace Dwane Casey as head coach of the Toronto Raptors in the summer of 2018, he was regarded as an innovative, unorthodox, creative, and ultimately experiential coach who wasn’t afraid to try new things. He said as...
Raptors bet on undrafted Terence Davis, whose gamble on himself has already paid off - CBSSports.com
by: James Herbert @outsidethenba Jul 18, 2019 at 12:38 pm ET • 6 min read — CBS Sports 18 Jul
Toronto has a history of finding diamonds in the rough, and Davis could be its latest gem
by: Michael Ivanoskos — Fadeaway World 18 Jul
There are no secrets the Minnesota Timberwolves would love to shed Andrew Wiggins disgustingly large contract in a trade. Wiggins is set
by: Dan Devine — The Ringer 18 Jul
Will the Raptors commit to their aging, depleted core or make a move? Are the Sixers and Celtics trending in opposite directions? Might the Warriors, in spite of everything, still be light-years ahead? And how ‘bout them Lakers, really?
by: Mike Bossetti — Fansided: Raptors Rapture 17 Jul
The Toronto Raptors have a ton of cap space available for the summer of 2020. However, with only a few quality free agents available, they might want to pu...
by: Jonathan Feigen — Houston Chronicle 16 Jul
With the blockbuster moves out of the way, it is time to look at how the NBA shapes up after all the changes.