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The Toronto Raptors have "no interest" in trading for Carlos Boozer, according to the Toronto Star's Doug Smith.
Earlier this week, Bulls beat writer K.C. Johnson reported that Toronto has a standing offer from Chicago to swap Carlos Boozer and Nate Robinson for Andrea Bargnani and John Lucas III before the February 21 trade deadline.
But the Raptors aren'...
It’s been reported that the Bulls have offered a deal of Carlos Boozer and Nate Robinson to the Raptors for Andrea Bargnani and John Lucas III, available whenever Toronto decides to pull the trigger. However, the Raptors are reportedly not interested in Boozer’s $40+ million salary.
According to the Toronto Star:
Yes, there has been chatter about Bargnani-Boozer around here...
Luol Deng is headed to his 2nd straight All-Star game and while it’s always been a goal of his, the 9th year vet says he wasn’t happy playing in Chicago until Bulls 3rd year coach, Tom Thibodeau, came in and made him feel wanted.
According to Sam Smith, Bulls.com:
“I was going to try to be an All-Star and try to reach how good I could be. Luckily for me, Thibs and the coaching...
posted by Romy AquinoTerrence Ross dunked and won. The Toronto Raptors' Ross outlasted dunk contest faves James White and Gerald Green of the East to win the 2013 Sprite Slam Dunk contest. T-Ross broke out a Vince Carter throwback in the final round with an off the side of the backboard reverse windmill that gave Kevin Garnett a reason to put on a stank face. Check it...
The Raptors are unlikely to trade Andrea Bargnani for Ben Gordon given the presence of Terrence Ross and Alan Anderson at shooting guard.
The Sprite Slam Dunk Contest hasn’t been the highlight event it’s supposed to be in years. The 2013 version had high hopes but things flamed out. The bright lights proved to be too big for James “Flight” White who came out with a dope concept but failed to deliver the money shot. Gerald Green was a bit lackluster after starting out strong.
The final “dunk off” between...
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Toronto Raptors rookie guard Terrence Ross took over the throne as the Slam Dunk Contest champion, facing off against last year’s winner Jeremy Evans in the championship round.
Evans whipped up some good dunks, but it was Ross’ dunk over the ballboy and his other one paying tribute to Vince Carter that gave him the advantage.
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For the past five seasons, some participant in the NBA Slam Dunk Contest has paid tribute to former dunker by wearing his jersey.During the 2013 contest, Raptors rookie Terrence Ross paid tribute to former Raptors great Vince Carter on this epic off-the-back 180 slam dunk:
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The 2013 NBA Dunk Contest is a wrap with Terrence Ross of the Toronto Raptors winning! Has the contest gotten worse over the years? Yep, Kenny Smith was right…
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Desperate to unload Ben Gordon, the Charlotte Bobcats are offering the disgruntled shooting guard to the Toronto Raptors for Andrea Bargnani.
ESPN's Marc Stein reported that the Raptors don't appear to be interested in taking on Gordon with a bench full of younger, cheaper wings.
The Cats are "determined" to dump Gordon after the guard had several run ins...
The Grizzlies are 4-3 since trading Rudy Gay to the Raptors.
HOUSTON When Terrence Ross was in college at Washington, his profile picture on Twitter was an illustration of himself dunking the moon.
Overkill, maybe, but you know what they say you're supposed to shoot for.
Ross, of the Toronto Raptors, did not need to dunk the moon in order to win the NBA Slam-Dunk Contest Saturday night at Toyota Center in Houston. He defeated Jeremy...