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Episode 39 of RAPS TALK (01.28.13) - It's episode 39 of the podcast and Sean makes his return from his trip out to San Francisco. This week we catch up on the last week of the Toronto Raptors, talk Kevin Durant's desire to play with the Raptors, NBA All-Stars, #TeamJackDaniels and we also have our regular segments "Hoop Heads Humour of the Week" and "The Wenningtons of the Week." If you're new to the podcast, make sure you subscribe to the RAPS TALK podcast on iTunes. Click here for the MP3 (right click "Save As...")References from this week's podcast:HIP HOOP JUNKIES linkage!Twitter: @hiphoopjunkiesFacebook: 'Like' us on Facebook!Podcast: Subscribe to RAPS TALK, our audio podcast on iTunes If you don't have iTunes, you can subscribe hereMobile App: Hip Hoop Junkies mobile appT-Shirt Shop: Hip Hoop Junkies clothing
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The Toronto Raptors are more willing to part with Kyle Lowry than Jose Calderon, according to CBS Sport's Ken Berger. The gist is that Lowry has been in Toronto for less than a year, and he's already worn out his welcome.
As far as destinations, Berger says Lowry could land in Dallas or Atlanta since he has just $1 million of his contract guaranteed for next season. But...
Nothing like trade rumours to heat up the days of winter. The latest that has the Toronto Raptors involved is once again the Rudy Gay trade.
ESPN’s Marc Stein reported last night that according to “sources with knowledge of the talks,” the Raptors and Grizzlies “are engaged in active trade discussions” with regards to Toronto acquiring Rudy Gay.
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In our Week 13 NBA power rankings we stated that the Toronto Raptors are probably out of the hunt for Rudy Gay.
The reasoning for that revolved around a four player trade that Memphis put together with Cleveland.
Now it looks like all hope may not be lost.
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Amir Johnson and Ed Davis continue to produce in starting roles.
In 37 minutes, Amir Johnson double-doubled with 18 points (7-12 FG, 4-4 FT) and 12 rebounds. He added an assist, a steal and a block. Johnson has dealt with an ankle injury but has played through it. He is t-o-u-g-h.
Davis played 36 minutes, scoring 16 points on 8-of-12 shooting. He also grabbed nine rebounds...
Kyle Lowry is out Monday with back spasms, according to the Toronto Raptors.
No word on how long he'll be out. Jose Calderon gets a major boost.
Kyle Lowry will not dress (back spasms) for tonight's game vs. the Warriors. #Raptors
— RaptorsMR (@RaptorsMR) January 28, 2013
Cavs point guard is having a fantastic individual year so far, bringing excitement back to Cleveland basketball. Not only is Irving appearing in his first all-star game next month, he’s also recorded seven 30-point games this month. He’s had more than 30 in 4 of his last 5 games. And has hit 5 game winning shots in his short career.
Saturday night, it was the Toronto Raptors...
Uncle Drew is back to hitting game-winning shots. Irving drained a deep three pointer down by two points to sink the Toronto Raptors 99-98 on Saturday night.The was a cold-blooded shot by Irving even though the defender didn’t even get a hand in his face. This is the fifth game-winning shot by the 2013 All-Star in only two seasons in the league.
We’re less than 24 hours from the “Rajon Rondo has a torn ACL” announcement and I’m already drowning in columns, opinions and anal leakage about how the Celtics could, should and might move forward this season.
One thing is certain – the Celtics lack a true point guard. There are multiple reports stating the Raptors are prepared to move Kyle Lowry.
ESPN’s Marc Stein:...
After being named as an All-Star reserve, what else is there to do for Cleveland Cavaliers point guard, Kyrie Irving, than to torch the souls of Toronto Raptors fans with this game winning three-pointer. With 13 seconds remaining Irving brings up the ball leisurely and has enough space thanks to Alan Anderson to drain a [...]The post Kyrie Irving’s Ice Cold Game-Winner Vs. Toronto...
TORONTO -- Kyrie Irving scored 32 points, including the winning 3-pointer in the final second, as the Cleveland Cavaliers came back to defeat the Toronto Raptors 99-98 Saturday before a crowd of 18,820 at Air Canada Centre. The Cavaliers, who trailed by as many as 11 points in the game, got 17 points off the bench by Marreese Speights and 14 points from Toronto native Tristan...
The Raptors have made Jose Calderon and Ed Davis as the core of a trade offer for Rudy Gay.
The Raptors and Grizzlies continue to discuss a Rudy Gay trade and are hoping to move Jose Calderon to a third team.