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A source told Raptors beat writer Doug Smith that an Andrea Bargnani trade is unlikely to happen until the summer. Another way to word that is the Raptors haven’t got anything worth their time for Bargnani, but that was rather predictable since the entire league knows he’s available and the Raptors don’t have much leverage with him. It’s very possible...
Rapper Wale confronted Toronto Raptors TV announcer Matt Devlin during Tuesday’s Washington Wizards-Toronto Raptors in DC game after being mocked on the visiting team’s telecast. Wale is a Washington DC native and fan of the local sports teams. He was exchanging words with Rudy Gay as the Raptors forward went off for 12 points during the second quarter. The exchange between the...
As if going to the old school score board wasn’t embarrassing enough for the Wizards on Tuesday night, their No. 1 fan, rapper Wale, didn’t have such a good night either. The D.C. native was sitting court side watching the Wizards take on the Toronto Raptors, when recently acquired forward Rudy Gay motioned to Wale “bro, call me, maybe?”. Whatever the exchange, it seemed...
Toronto Raptors Terrence Ross’ dunks on his way to the title as best dunker in the 2013 Sprite Slam Dunk Contest. Without the big names competing the dunk contest just isn’t the same, or i’m just getting old.-TO
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Looking for the dunk of Tuesday night so far in the NBA? We here at That NBA Lottery Pick have it for your viewing pleasure?You might want to check out this power dunk from Toronto Raptors rookie center Jonas Valanciunas who fakes out Wizards center Nene and dunks it right in his face:
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...
raptors 96 wizards 88
2/19/2013 - Verizon Center, Washington, DC
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On a night when the scoreboard and shot clock didn't work, the Wizards couldn't getting their timing down all game long. The Wizards went into the All-Star break losing a very winnable game to the Detroit Pistons and looked...
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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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Buried in a column about the Los Angeles Lakers and Dwight Howard was an interesting trade-based tidbit regarding the Cleveland Cavaliers and Toronto Raptors center Andrea Bargnani.
[Utah] has talked to the Raptors in the past about Andrea Bargnani, but since Utah is hoarding cap space, a deal is highly unlikely.
Speaking of Bargnani, Chicago would love to have him, but the Raptors...
Wale took in the Tuesday night Washington Wizards vs Tornoto Raptors game where he was called out by the announcer.
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 Raptors are unlikely to trade Andrea Bargnani for Ben Gordon given the presence of Terrence Ross and Alan Anderson at shooting guard.
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Congratulations go out to Terrance Ross of the Toronto Raptors for
winning the 2013 Slam Dunk Competition! The young Raptor did a tremendous job
on dunks like the one above to keep Jeremy Evans from being a back to back
champion....(click on link for full post)
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...