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The Toronto Raptors Rudy Gay may have shown his domination against the lowly Charlotte Bobcats, but both his power dunking and ball handling skills are always something worth checking out.
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Tweet Rudy Gay hasn’t been with the Raptors all that long, but the team has apparently seen enough to be seriously considering a contract extension offer for the 26-year old. The talented forward is capable of scoring from the perimeter and can create shots for himself off the dribble. And when he does beat [...]
I've been a big fan of Bismack since he came to the NBA, but in this case I have to say I am a little embarrassed for the big man.
Yeah, I get it--Rudy Gay is a big dude and when you see him coming down the lane you want to do your job, but then again you don't (cause he is going to either score or you have to take the charge). Come on B-Mack, this kind of play is not...
Since it is St. Patrick's Day, it's not beyond the realm of possibility to see some crazy things happen on this fair Sunday.There was a crazy circus shot by Toronto's Rudy Gay in the first quarter against the Miami Heat as a transition lay-up became more difficult as Miami's Udonis Haslem and Mario Chalmers attempted to block it:
Rudy Gay is shooting 36.7 percent from the field in March.
The Toronto Raptors will be looking to make some summer vacation plans soon but forward Rudy Gay is making sure Raptor fans have some good memories from this season.
Gay is averaging 20 points, 2.2 steals, 2.8 assists, in 6.3 rebounds in 37 minutes per game since being traded to Toronto and in last night's game versus the Bulls, he gave the fans something to cheer about despite...
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The Toronto Raptors were trying to be one of the teams to end the Miami Heat’s win-streak on Sunday, and star forward Rudy Gay was going to do all he can to make that possible.
In the first quarter, the Raptors were able to commit a turnover, which led to Gay hitting a crazy, circus layup:
The Raptors came very close, but the game was out of...
Dwane Casey chatted with me about playing Toronto's younger players more over the next few weeks, why Terrence Ross and Jonas Valanciunas are poised to see more minutes, the growth DeMar DeRozan has shown this season, how players can become better defenders and what he wants to see Valanciunas work on to make the next step as a player.
TORONTO (AP) -- Even though playoff contention may be slipping out of reach for the Toronto Raptors, Amir Johnson isn't about to slow down.
Johnson had 12 points and a career-high 21 rebounds, and Rudy Gay scored 28 points as the Raptors beat the Charlotte Bobcats 92-78 on Friday night.
"That was a heck of an effort by Amir Johnson," Raptors coach Dwane Casey said...
Sebastian Telfair will never fulfill the potential he appeared to have as a phenom out of Lincoln High School in 2004. He can try to rescue his reputation in what is left of his NBA career, however, and he appears to be on the right track.
Telfair, now 27, opened up about his self-inflicted trials early in his career, from his multiple gun charges to his brief tenure with the Celtics...
First it was Zach Randolph who spoke up and said that the Memphis Grizzlies were better after Rudy Gay was traded to the Toronto Raptors. Now Randolph’s teammate, and Grizzlies’ defensive specialist, Tony Allen, has come out and said the same.
“Well, I just think we turned into the team that we were two years ago, without the guy that we traded.”Allen went on.“Obviously...
Ready for the Top 10 NBA Plays from Sunday, March 17th. Check out the luck of the Irish at work for Hawks Al Horford and Raptors Rudy Gay. A Dwade highlight, plus some looks at an amazing pass from Warriors Steph Curry and Lakers highlights. The Lakers won without Kobe again on Sunday. Plus, what’s a highlight reel without an appearance from Lob City.
While Coach Dunlap’s rotation has been marred by inconsistency this season, the Bobcats have consistently lost, regardless of whomever has been out on the court. Both trends continued last night as the Bobcats lost on the road to the Toronto Raptors 92-78. Dunlap’s small lineups against the Raptors worked effectively throughout the first three quarters, but the strategy backfired...