Toronto Raptors

Raptors 905 drop Game 1 of D-League Finals

Photo credit: MattAzevedo.com Raptors 905 106, Rio Grande Valley Vipers 119 | Box Score | Vipers lead series 1-0Assignees: Pascal Siakam, Bruno Caboclo (905), Kyle Wiltjer, Isaiah Taylor, Chinanu Onuaku (Vipers) Over the course of the season, Raptors 905 have faced several tests. They’ve worked...

Not much separates Raptors and Bucks after four games ...

A seven game series is reduced to three with two of the games on your home court.

Raptors have found a way to limit Giannis Antetokounmpo’s impact ...

DeMar DeRozan was there for the better part of 48 hours.

Have the Raptors finally got the message? ...

The Raptors are at it again. Putting their fans on a roller-coaster ride, complete with treacherous free falls and thrilling ascents.

DeMar DeRozan gets his redemption in Game 4 ...

If anyone can appreciate the feeling of redemption, bouncing back from a tough shooting night, it’s DeMar DeRozan.

NBA Playoffs 2017: How Dwane Casey’s baffling Game 4 rotation worked, in the end

The Raptors lineups were all over the map in Game 4. In the win, they deserve both praise and criticism. Take a snapshot of Dwane Casey on the sideline, and you’d think he’s lost it. Even as his young team transitions into adulthood, he’s...

Practice news & notes: Momentum vs. the curse of complacency

Mathematically speaking, momentum does not really exist in sports. Or rather, maybe it does, but it only exists as long as, well, it exists. The idea of a snowball effect in a playoff series has a lot more to do with regression or...

Numbers for Game 4: Winning ugly is still winning

The Raptors weren’t that good, but they were just good enough to win Game 4. Game 4 between the Toronto Raptors and the Milwaukee Bucks was an ugly game of playoff basketball. It may never be considered a classic, but the Raptors won 87-76,...

NBA Playoffs: The Raptors offense became watchable again in the 3rd quarter of Game 4

Toronto flexed their muscles on a 10-1 run in the 3rd quarter to take control of the game. The Raptors offense in this series has been anything but watchable, due to a ton of factors you already know about. The Bucks have smothered their...

Norman Powell answers the call with pivotal Game 4 performance

Outside of the lines, Norman Powell’s demeanor is unflinching. Dialed in to video study on an iPad, posting pictures with his dog Apollo, or giving Fred VanVleet and Delon Wright a hard time, Powell’s stoic expressions do not betray what boils beneath the surface....

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Raptors vs. Bucks Game 5 Preview: Which Toronto shows up?

DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry played well in Game 4. Can they do it again? Game 4 of the Raptors vs. Bucks first round...

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