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Pro Sports Daily:
Forward DeMar DeRozan agreed to a contract extension with the Toronto Raptors, ESPN.com reported. The deal, which beat Wednesday deadline for renegotiating contracts for future free agents, was for $40 million over four years. ESPN also reported incentives could increase the contract to $46 million. Last season, DeRozan averaged 16.7 points and 3.3 rebounds for Toronto.
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The Raptors and DeMar DeRozan have agreed upon a four-year, $42 million contract extension.
posted by Romy AquinoIt's Halloween and Toronto Raptors basketball is back y'all. No lockout, no shortened season, no sir...we have an 82-game season with a much improved roster from last year. The Toronto Raptors are a young team on the rise and have a solid starting five in Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan, Landry Fields, Andrea Bargnani and Jonas Valanciunas. It doesn&...
Earlier tonight, Toronto Raptors forward Demar DeRozan decided to excite the fans at the Air Canada Centre with a nasty alley-oop dunk in the second quarter of their game against the Indiana Pacers.
Watch as DeRozan flies for the dunk after receiving a pass from teammate, Randy Foye:
The Raptors are not expecting Andrea Bargnani to suddenly become a more productive rebounder.
posted by Mike MasayaPOUND THE ROCK STARS - On a nightly basis, no matter how good or bad the Raps play, no matter if they blow out a team or if they get blown out and no matter if they win or lose, these are the Raptors with the best 'Pound the Rock' status for the night.FINAL SCORE: PACERS 90, RAPTORS 88 SEASON RECORD: 0W-1LPOUND THE ROCK STAR #3: KYLE LOWRYLINE...
The Raptors 18th season kicks off on Wednesday night when they host the Indiana Pacers at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. After a roughly six month hiatus since their last meaningful (and I do use that term very loosely) action, and a pre-season showing that has taken expectations up a level or two, the anticipation for opening night is as high in Raptor Nation as it has been since...
TORONTO – The Indiana Pacers ruined opening night for the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday. The Pacers, who were down by eight points after three quarters, got the winning points on a driving hook shot with 2.1 seconds left in the game by George Hill to defeat the Raptors 90-88 before 19,800 at Air Canada Centre. David West scored 14 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter for the...