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It’s no secret that freshman phenom, Andrew Wiggins loves the Toronto Raptors and would love nothing more than to play before his fellow Canandians. Wiggins grew up watching the Raptors as a kid and even mentioned his dream of playing for the Raptors in an interview with the Toronto Sun. But how far is Wiggins willing to go to make this dream a reality? Wiggins is projected to be a top-three pick in the 2014 draft and the Raptors don’t look to be picking that high. At least not at the moment.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE »
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posted by Romy AquinoWhen you pull out a big 109-108 overtime win against the Dallas Mavericks, there's a lot to smile about. DeMar's jumper in overtime proved to be the game winner in the Raptors third win in their last four games. In last night's post game interview with Eric Smith, Kyle Lowry popped his head in for his own video bomb.HIP HOOP JUNKIES linkage!Twitter...
When the Toronto Raptors General Manager, Masai Ujiri decided to deal away the team’s “star”, Rudy Gay, many thought that this was the move that would send the Raps into true tank mode. But the Raptors players and coaches did not get this memo, and have in fact managed to play their best basketball of the season since dealing Gay, going 4-2.
DeMar DeRozan threw up a meaningless full court shot after the buzzer sounded against the Mavericks Friday night and hit it. Had it come a second sooner, the Raptors would have won the game, instead they went to OT tied at 101-101.
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DeMar DeRozan scored 15 points, including the go-ahead basket on a wild shot while getting fouled in overtime Friday night, and the Toronto Raptors beat the Dallas Mavericks 109-108.
The Raptors held on despite 23 points and a huge fourth quarter from old teammate Jose Calderon.
Toronto trailed 108-107 after a 3-pointer by Calderon when DeRozan's pump-fake got Brandan Wright...
Sweat pouring down his face, Chuck Hayes couldn’t have been any happier Thursday.
He finally was back on the court, having undergone his first gruelling practice as a Raptor.
Hayes, acquired from Sacramento in the Rudy Gay trade, had been cleared to play Wednesday against Charlotte after getting additional medical testing done in Cleveland on Monday, but Dwane Casey decided to...
From heartbreak to jubilation! After losing their last game at home in overtime to the Charlotte Bobcats, the Toronto Raptors bounced back to beat the Dallas Mavericks in overtime, coming away with a scrappy 109-108 victory. The Raptors now improve their overall record to 10-14, and the win gives them a .500 record on the road this season. According to Raptors play-by-play announcer...