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The Definitive All-Time Raptor-Killers Team

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The following is a collaboration that we here at Raptors Watch put together to create the definitive all-time Raptor-killers team. It is important to note that some of these players are playing positions on this team that they don’t normally play in reality. This happened because 1) the absolute best Raptor-kilers need to have a spot as a starter 2) ... Read More »

As Kyle Lowry Goes, So Do The Raptors

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As the best overall player on the Toronto Raptors, Kyle Lowry took it upon himself to take over the leading man role when DeMar DeRozan went down with a groin injury in Dallas back on November 28th. He knew it wouldn’t necessarily be easy and fans were rightfully concerned. Where were the Raptors going to find those 19 points per ... Read More »

Raptors Look to Beat Grizzlies

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Tonight’s game might be cause for concern with how the Raptors have been playing recently. Throw in the fact that the Grizzlies were missing key players the last time (and only time so far this season) the two teams have matched up due to a stomach virus, and there’s reason for fans to start sweating. But the Grizz aren’t coming ... Read More »

Muggsy Bogues Tribute Video

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The Raptors pay tribute to former player Muggsy Bogues, who was the shortest NBA player ever. He was listed at 5’3″. Read More »

Raptors Hammered By Hawks, 110-89

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It was one of those games that, pretty early on, just sucked the life right out of you. The Atlanta Hawks are on one heck of a roll and they didn’t let the Raptors at home stop them from winning their 11th straight game. It started with Terrence Ross coming out of the gates like a lame pony, missing shots ... Read More »

Raptors Stumble, Fall to Pistons, 114-111

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It all started out so promising. Having been somewhat reeling lately and having only won one of their last five games, the Raptors looked great out of the gates against the red-hot Detroit Pistons. There were dunks galore, with Jonas Valancunas, Terrence Ross and Amir Johnson all attacking the paint and drumming the Pistons for 24 first quarter interior points. ... Read More »

Kyle Lowry Needs To Be An All-Star

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Duh. This is obvious, isn’t it? I’ll just lea– Hold up. You’re not convinced, you say? You don’t know why Kyle (Freakin’) Lowry is such a big deal, you say? You’re not even from Washington or Cleveland, you say? Well then, it looks like I will have to talk about this while subsequently slapping all of you nonbelievers with a ... Read More »

Raptors Crush Knicks, 118-108

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The Raptors came into Sunday’s game against New York with a five-game winning streak. They managed to extend that streak without much of a fight. At this point in the season, the Knicks are just incredibly saddening to watch. Carmelo Anthony looks, dare I say it, tired and injured all the time and the rest of the team are just ... Read More »

Without DeRozan, Raps Need More T-Ross

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When DeMar DeRozan went down with a groin injury against the Dallas Mavericks a couple weeks back, Toronto Raptors fans groaned. The All-Star, despite having played a mediocre season at best to that point, was still a huge part of the Raptors’ success. I was one of those who thought that, even without DeRozan, the Raptors would be able to ... Read More »

Raptors sink Pacers, 106-94

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The Toronto Raptors started off slow against the Indiana Pacers in Friday’s matchup. Thankfully for them, so did Indy. The offense for both sides was rather hard to watch early, with multiple air balls splashing down out of bounds and not many plays being run. Both Jonas Valanciunas and Terrence Ross had a rough go scoring-wise, though each of them ... Read More »

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