It isn’t often both teams really do benefit from a major trade right away, but when the Toronto Raptors sent Rudy Gay, Quincy Acy and Aaron Gray to the Sacramento Kings for the 4 players that became the Raptors very successful bench, the Kings got better too. Then the Kings acquired another former Raptors player Reggie Evans and Head Coach Michael Malone appreciates all of them...
It was a franchise changing trade when the Toronto Raptors sent Rudy Gay, Quincy Acy and Aaron Gray to the Sacramento Kings for Greivis Vasquez, John Salmons, Patrick Patterson and Chuck Hayes. The Raptors went from lottery level to the third floor before anyone could fully grasp what was going on, but the players who left were all good guys during their stay in Toronto and they...
Even Kings fans give up dap to James Harden James Harden lit up the Sacramento Kings for 43 points through three quarters tonight before resting the fourth quarter with the game out of hand. During a sequence in the first quarter, Harden had the ball around the foul line and penetrated past center Aaron Gray for the easy layup and the foul. This led to an opposing Kings fan reluctantly...
Harrison Barnes, even as a rookie, is one of the NBA’s more thrilling dunkers this season. There was the time he took Nikola Pekovic’s soul earlier back in November. That one was pretty ******* awesome. Just over the weekend he skeeted all over Ersan Ilyasova. That was fun, too.
Barnes, aka The Black Falcon, was at it again Tuesday night. The victim? His tallest one yet—7-footer...
posted by Romy AquinoSooo.....the Raptors have lost three straight including a close one against the Bulls, the Bucks and another tough loss against the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday night. Aaron Gray got the start against the Nets and the centre who averages 2.1 ppg....threw down a vicious dunk that got the Raptors bench to geek out hard. Check it out.We love this dunk so much.....
Toronto Raptors center Aaron Gray underwent a surgical procedure Monday to correct recurring episodes of a rapid heart rate.
Gray is expected to be able to return to the court following the procedure - termed an ablation - at Toronto's Sunnybrook Hospital.
The 27-year-old Gray was signed by the Raptors on Dec. 11 and appeared in a pair of preseason games.
A second-round draft...
Raptors center Aaron Gray underwent a procedure Monday aimed at preventing episodes of a rapid heart rate that have kept the four-year veteran out of action so far this season. He's expected to return in two weeks.
The procedure, known as an ablation, was performed at a Toronto hospital.
Gray, who signed a free-agent deal with the Raptors on Dec. 11, played in both of Toronto...
Via AP on Fox
January 09, 2012
Toronto Raptors center Aaron Gray has been ruled out indefinitely as he undergoes additional tests for a rapid heart rate.
Raptors officials noted that he still will be able to participate in practices, but opted to withhold him from game action after consulting with league cardiologist Dr. Allan Schwartz.
The 27-year-old Gray was signed by Toronto on Dec. 11.
He averaged 3.1...
Toronto Raptors center Aaron Gray was inactive for Monday night's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers due to a rapid heart rate.
Raptors officials said Gray was being monitored for the condition.
The 27-year-old Gray was signed by Toronto two weeks ago.
He averaged 3.1 points, 4.2 rebounds and a career-high 13.0 minutes last season for the New Orleans Hornets.
The Toronto Raptors reportedly reached agreement on a one-year contract with center Aaron Gray on Saturday.
The 7-foot Gray appeared in 41 games with the New Orleans Hornets last season, averaging 3.2 points and 4.2 rebounds.
A second-round pick of the Chicago Bulls in 2007, he has averaged 3.6 points and 3.5 rebounds in parts of five seasons.