Masai Ujiri said there would be a Canadian player on the Toronto Raptors before his tenure was up, and he stayed true to his word by signing Toronto native Cory Joseph to a four year, $30 million deal. According to Ryan Wolstat of the Toronto Sun, the Raptors had been in pursuit of Joseph for some time: "The Spurs, who had turned down at least two trade offers for Joseph from the...
A photo posted by Cory Joseph (@coryjoseph) on May 25, 2015 at 3:46pm PDT Toronto native and unrestricted free agent Cory Joseph will join his hometown Raptors on a four-year, $30 million deal according to ESPN’s Chris Broussard: Sources: Cory Joseph and the Toronto Raptors have agreed to a 4-year year deal worth $30 million — Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) July...
The Toronto Raptors already signed DeMarre Carroll in free agency, but they didn’t want to end their free agency acquisitions there. Once the San Antonio Spurs renounced their free agency rights to point guard Cory Joseph, the Raptors decided to pounce on the opportunity. According to a report from Brian Windhorst of ESPN, the Raptors have agreed to a four-year, $30 million contract...
Just after news came out that the San Antonio Spurs had withdrawn their qualifying offer from Cory Joseph, making him a free agent, the Toronto Raptors have pursued Joseph and struck a deal with him, according to
According to Mike Monroe of the San Antonio Express News, a league source has told him that the Qualifying Offer the San Antonio Spurs tendered o Cory Joseph before free agency began,
While we wait for the NBA free agency frenzy to officially begin at 12:01 a.m. EST tonight, Eric Pincus of the LA Times has reported that the Spurs have officially extended qualifying offers to their two 2011 first-round draft picks, Kawhi Leonard and Cory Joseph. Leonard did not receive the maximum qualifying offer, as doing so […]
There’s nothing like making sure your game is in tip-top shape when you’re an NBA player. And what better way to make sure your game is raring to go other than taking your family on the court and making them look silly if you’re San Antonio Spurs guard Cory Joseph. Shot back in January, Joseph […]
It’s an annual tradition to question and contemplate The San Antonio Spurs’ ability to return to contender status, but this year the Spurs have given doubters some fuel with their relatively unassuming record of 26-16. The uninformed observer would point to this and say that the Spurs have regressed and don’t have what it takes to return to the finals for a chance to secure...
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