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Episode 37 of RAPS TALK (01.07.13) - It's a new year and the Raptors went into the new year right with some W's. The podcast trio is back to discuss the Raptors recent wins, if Jose Calderon should stay or be traded, review NBA TV Canada's "Open Gym, Episode 3" 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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During the Oklahoma City Thunder’s 104-92 win on Sunday against the Toronto Raptors Kevin Durant showed off why he is one of the most dynamic big men in the game. KD took the ball at the top of the key with DeMar DeRozan guarding him and proceeded to cross him up twice, with no regard for DeRozan’s ankles, and finished the nice moves with a layup. [SLAM] Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
Kevin Durant found himself isolated against defender DeMar DeRozan of the Raptors Sunday afternoon. Durant pulled out a seldom-seen move to shake DeRozan, who’s known for being one of the most athletic players in the league.
After dribbling through his legs once, Durant pulled out a nasty crossover dribble from left to right before pulling out a second nastier crossover dribble...
We here at That NBA Lottery Pick love poster dunks and earlier tonight, Toronto Raptors forward Amir Johnson had a nice one against the Oklahoma City Thunder.Watch as Amir gets to the basket and throws down a two-handed jam on OKC's Serge Ibaka:
TORONTO -- Guard Russell Westbrook scored 23 points and had seven assists as the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Toronto Raptors 104-92 before a crowd of 17,634 at Air Canada Centre on Sunday. It was the second win in a row for the Thunder (26-7) while the Raptors (12-22) have lost two in a row after going on a five-game home winning streak. Raptors rookie guard Terrence Ross...
The Raptors are said to be offering a package centered around Jose Calderon, Ed Davis and future picks for Rudy Gay.