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Episode 33 of RAPS TALK (12.02.12) - Yessir, the Raptors didn't go winless this week...they had six straight losses but then finally pulled out a win against the Phoenix Suns on Friday. On this week's podcast we recap the previous week with the Toronto Raptors, discuss the Raptors' signing of Mickael Pietrus, review NBATV Canada's 'Open Gym Episode 2' and we also have our regular segments "Hoop Heads Humour of the Week" and "The Wenningtons of the Week." Enjoy the podcast, peeps!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 Junkie...
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I did not watch last night’s 113-110 loss to the Denver Nuggets. One, it was on way too late for this guy, and two, I already knew what would happen.
How? The Raptors blueprint of course. Even my wife knows it.
Here is how a large majority of how the games go.
1. Finally get a win.
2. Have more than 2 days off.
3. Show signs of being happy, joking, turning it around.
4. Show up...
Corey Brewer scored 19 points, JaVale McGee had 17 points and five blocks, and the Denver Nuggets withstood a late rally to beat the Toronto Raptors 113-110 on Monday night.
Andrea Bargnani scored 23 points for Toronto and Kyle Lowry had 24, including 12 in the fourth quarter when the Raptors cut a 17-point lead to one with 2:18 left.
The Nuggets led 103-86 on a dunk by Kenneth...
“A win is a win.” Yes, that may be true, and the Denver Nuggets did edge out the Toronto Raptors 103-100, but in the process proved they can not defend their double-digit lead. To be brutally honest, it’s a common theme this season ranging from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Memphis Grizzlies to the [...]The post Denver Nuggets Edge Out Toronto Raptors appeared first on The NBA Mistress.