After days of anticipation, an almost goodbye game, and hours of refreshing Twitter, only one of Toronto’s starting guards were moved at the trade deadline. Kyle Lowry, who seemed to be the NBA’s most sought after prize on Thursday, ended up staying with the Toronto Raptors past the deadline. Norman Powell, on the other hand, … Continue Reading

The Toronto Raptors are one of the rare organizations who practice equity as much as they champion it. In addition to the achievements made by the Raptors organization and Masai Ujiri, Toronto’s affiliate basketball broadcast, TSN, is now making similar strides towards racial and gender equity.  Tonight, versus the Denver Nuggets, the Toronto Raptors will … Continue Reading

In what was another poor defensive and offensive showing in last night’s game versus the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Toronto Raptors extended their losing streak to eight games. While the effects of COVID-19 are not to be diminished, the Raptors’ inability to start and close games is becoming a growing problem.  Across the second and third … Continue Reading

Over the month of March, the Toronto Raptors have been decimated by COVID-19. While other NBA teams have finally begun to overcome their early season fallouts with the virus, the Toronto Raptors are now in the middle of their health and safety crisis. Previously 5th in the Eastern conference standings, the Toronto Raptors are now … Continue Reading

Recording their sixth loss in a row, the Toronto Raptors look to best the dominant Utah Jazz in an attempt to end a massive standings dive. In mid-February the Raptors were finally hitting their stroll. Having crawled back to a positive win record after their early slump, the Toronto Raptors were starting to look like … Continue Reading

Despite the return of Fred Vanvleet and Pascal Siakam, the Toronto Raptors drop a surprising nail biter to the struggling Pistons. With the loss tonight the Raptors have dropped their 6th consecutive loss in row – putting the club now six games below .500 and 11th in the East. Defence was once again a persistent … Continue Reading

Finally, after more than two weeks, there is finally hope on the horizon for the Toronto Raptors. After losing three members of their starting lineup due to the league’s health and safety protocols, Pascal Siakam and Fred Vanvleet have finally been cleared to practice. And this couldn’t come at a better time.  Having lost five … Continue Reading

Chris Boucher and Kyle Lowery weren’t the only ones to be beat up in tonight’s ugly loss to the Charlotte Hornets. With the sixth loss in seven games, and the fourth loss in a row, the Raptors have not been able to survive the recent COVID-induced roster subtractions with any success. Even with Kyle Lowry’s … Continue Reading

The Toronto Maple Leafs pay for the price of their late start with their second loss to the Winnipeg Jets in two games. Even with Connor Hellebuyck out of the lineup, the Jets’ goaltending was once again a huge challenge for the Leafs to overcome; only allowing in 2 goals. But the netminder wasn’t the … Continue Reading

After what seems like weeks of health and safety protocols being in place, the Raptors starting lineup is still sparse tonight versus the Charlotte Hornets. The Toronto Raptors put up a really admirable showing against the Hawks earlier this week on Thursday. But despite an almost historic 19-point comeback, the Raptors didn’t have the closers … Continue Reading