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Kyle Lowry has apparently changed his number with the Toronto Raptors from No. 3 to No. 7.
Andrea Bargnani was wearing No. 7 upon Lowry's arrival from the Houston Rockets.
Bargnani was traded to the New York Knicks this offseason.
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posted by Romy AquinoThe fall season is almost here which can only mean one thing, the NBA season is just around the corner. NBA training camps will be underway soon and the Toronto Raptors will be starting their own camp in just a couple of weeks. Another fresh Toronto Raptors squad will be making a return to Halifax, Nova Scotia under new general manager Masai Ujiri. The...
Toronto Raptors: All-Time Starting 5
By Matt Tonkinson: HoopStuff Writer…
PG: Damon Stoudamire; 2+ Seasons
*1995-1996 Rookie of the Year
*1 Time Rookie All Star Game MVP (1995-1996)
* Raptor’s first-ever draft pick
It would be foolish to disregard journey-man Jose Calderon’s contributions to a Toronto team that he anchored for much of the last seven years at the point guard...
After a futile career filled with first round exits on teams where he lacked the help to get him over the hump, Tracy McGrady thinks back to the one team he played on that could have potentially contended for a championship: the Toronto Raptors. “In hindsight … I wish I had stayed in Toronto,” McGrady said while being interviewed by the Toronto Star. “There’s no doubt we...
Lithuania defeated Croatia by 77-62 to advance to the EuroBasket finals.
Linas Kleiza had 22 points and 11 rebounds, while Jonas Maciulis 23 points and six rebounds. Jonas Valanciunas had six points, five rebounds and five blocks in 20 minutes.
Bojan Bogdanovic had 15 points on 5-for-15 shooting.
The New York Knicks had a very good regular season last year. Even without star power forward Amare’ Stoudemire for the majority of the year, Carmelo Anthony stepped up and led them to a second place finish in the Eastern Conference, and a record of 54-28. After defeating the Boston Celtics in six games during […]
By Aaron Kopperl
The Artest formerly known as Ron has finally made his way back home to New York after fourteen long seasons. After growing up as a Knicks fan in Queensbridge and maintaining some level of fandom throughout his playing career, the St. John’s product has a chance to show New Yorker’s that his return was worth the wait. While the Knicks won’t be getting the...