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The Raptors are 3-12 this season and have lost five in a row.
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Rolled ankles are a pretty common occurrence in basketball. Toronto Raptors forward Amir Johnson suffered one last night. What isn’t that common is getting a still shot of the roll. The eight-year veteran tweeted a picture of the painful-looking incident that occurred in Wednesday night’s game against the Grizzlies. Despite the 100 degree angle (I used my handy dandy protractor...
So here we sit on Nov. 27th, 3-11 and at the bottom of the very talented Atlantic Division. Morale is low and with a stretch of road games coming up, the bleeding is not likely to stop.
Did the Raptors entire season turn with that first game loss to the Indiana Pacers? The way it is unfolding, quite possibly.
The Raptors should of won that game and the way they lost started a spiral...
The Raptors are searching for depth at small forward with Landry Fields and Alan Anderson out.
Another game, another loss for the Toronto Raptors. Not only did they drop their fifth straight in Houston on Tuesday, but they were beaten handily by the previously-sub-.500 Rockets, who lit up the scoreboard for 117 points. The Rockets led for nearly the entire game, but they really blew it open in the first couple minutes of the third quarter when a 17-4 run made it a 22-point...
Looking for Tuesday's dunk of the night in the National Basketball Association?
We here at Outside the Boxscore have looked at the YouTubes and have tracked it down for your viewing pleasure.
It happened during the Toronto Raptors/Houston Rockets game in the third quarter as rookie Terrence Ross drove past the Houston defense for the one-handed stuff:
Houston Rockets center Omer Asik accidentally scored on his own basket during Tuesday night's NBA game against the Toronto Raptors.
It happened with about 1:23 left as Raptors guard Kyle Lowry missed a 19-foot jumper off the rim. Asik went up for the rebound, but somehow tipped it straight up into the air and into the basket.
Interestingly enough, the ESPN play-by...
The Toronto Raptors have agreed to sign veteran shooting guard Mickael Pietrus, USA TODAY Sports has learned.
According to two people with knowledge of the situation, veteran small forward Dominic McGuire is likely to be released by the Raptors in order to make room for Pietrus. The Raptors (3-13) need help, and the addition of Pietrus is expected to be finalized on Friday...
posted by Romy AquinoThe rumours of Mickael Pietrus potentially joining the Toronto Raptors started back on Wednesday and the buzz seems to be getting stronger today. The Raptors, who have a disappointing 3-13 record are looking for an answer at the small forward slot. With injuries to both Landry Fields and Alan Anderson, and Dominic McGuire not cutting it in the Raptors first...
Shooting guard Mickael PIetrus reportedly has agreed to a contract with the Toronto Raptors on Thursday. Small forward Dominic McGuire is expected to be released to clear a roster spot for Pietrus, according to USA Today Sports, with the deal expected to be finished Friday. Terms of the deal were not available. The Raptors have begun the season with a disappointing 3-13 record...
The Raptors have lost six consecutive games.
The injury plagued Raptors will sign free agent shooting guard Mickael Pietrus. Reluctant to sign a veteran’s minimum contract with other interested teams, the terms of the deal are unknown. Pietrus played in 42 games for the Celtics last year and averaged 6.9 points and 3.0 rebounds in 22 minutes per game.
According to USA Today:
The Toronto Raptors have agreed to sign veteran...