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Summer League: Dwane Casey, Bruno Caboclo, Lou Williams


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Howe It’s Done Ep.4 feat. Isaac Thompson


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Raptors select Caboclo, Daniels in 2014 Draft


It was a strong night for Canadian basketball. For the first time ever, two Canadian players were picked in the top 10 of the NBA draft in Andrew Wiggins (1st) and Nik Stauskas (8th). All was smiles, high fives and genuine bliss until it came time for the Raptors to make their first pick of the draft at number 20. ... Read More »

Howe It’s Done Ep.3 feat. Kiyan Sobhani


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Howe It’s Done Ep.2 feat. Isaac Thompson


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Dwane Casey and John Salmons to take part in Basketball Without Borders


From CBS: BWB Asia will tip off in Taipei from June 13 – 16. John Salmons (Toronto Raptors), Ronny Turiaf (Minnesota Timberwolves) and Cody Zeller (Charlotte Bobcats) will participate. Eight-time NBA All-Star Yao Ming will make a one-day appearance. BWB Asia 2014 will bring together the top 50 players born in 1996 or 1997 from more than 20 Asian and ... Read More »

Raptors Day Videos

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Top 10 Raptors Moments of 2013-14


It was a phenomenal season for the Raptors and their fans that consisted of rim-shaking dunks, huge scoring nights and so much overachieving that it’s fair to wonder if everything Masai Ujiri touches turns into gold. Here are the top 10 moments of this 2013-14 Raptors season. This is a personal list, so if I missed anything important leave a ... Read More »

Raptors agree upon three year deal with Dwane Casey


From realGM Wiretap: The Toronto Raptors have agreed upon a three-year deal with Dwane Casey, according to sources. Casey’s future with the Raptors appeared uncertain before the start of the season, but helped turn around the Raptors into a team that won the Atlantic Division. Casey was hired by the Raptors before the 11-12 season. Via Doug Smith/Toronto Star Read More »

Game Day: Raptors look to take Game 7


At least it’s in Toronto. That’s something most fans are happy to breathe a sigh of relief about after the Raptors got thrashed in Brooklyn in Game 6. They never held the lead once and despite a late rally, fell short to the desperate Nets. “They were throwing haymakers and we were not ready for it,” said DeMar DeRozan. Four ... Read More »

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