To say Saturday was a whirlwind for the Toronto Raptors would be an understatement.
Masai Ujiri kicked things off before the game by swearing during a prep rally at Maple Leaf Square. The incident was captured on Instagram and by halftime it had gone viral and Ujiri was meeting with the media attempting to apologize for [...]
I am not sure anyone saw the Toronto Raptors being the 3 seed in the East prior to the season. DeMar DeRozan really elevated his game this season and alongside Kyle Lowry will be the reason the young Raptors can get by the veteran Nets. Brooklyn got off to a terrible start but figured things out, even after Brook Lopez was lost for the season. Our simulation has the Nets winning...
The Brooklyn Nets have a total team salary upwards of $100 million dollars while the Toronto Raptors are slightly under $70 mil. Brooklyn has two sure-fire Hall-of-Famers in Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce and a superstar point guard in Deron Williams, meanwhile Toronto has a combined total of one All-Star appearance on its entire roster coming from DeMar DeRozan this season. Eye-grabbing...
It was Fanapolooza night at the Air Canada Centre in the Toronto Raptors final home game of the 2013-14 season and DeMar DeRozan kicked the party off by raising his team’s Atlantic Division Champions banner to the rafters. A feel good game punctuated by prizes, giveaways and contests as the Raptors picked on the depleted last place Milwaukee Bucks to chalk up win number 48 of the...
Lead by all-star guard DeMar DeRozan, the Toronto Raptors thanks their fans before unveiling their 2013-2014 Atlantic Division Champion banner before playing the Bucks.
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The Toronto Raptors’ DeMar DeRozan may have earned the award for the best poster dunk of the 2013-14 NBA season. DeRozan had the one-on-one matchup against Andre Drummond at the top key, leading to an easy blow-by to meet Kyle Singler in air for the one-handed flush. DeRozan led the surge over the Detroit Pistons Sunday evening by scoring 30 points in the 116-107 win.
With the Toronto Raptors heading to the playoffs, most of the world will finally get to see DeMar DeRozan play some meaningful basketball.
During today’s Raptors/Pistons game, DeMar decided to show off his aerial exploits by taking a pass from teammate Kyle Lowry in the first quarter.
Watch as DeMar powers home the alley-oop pass for the jam:
DeRozan image courtesy of Getty Images
It’s easy to make the playoffs in the NBA, probably too easy. Over half the 30 teams in the league are admitted entrance to postseason play, and in most ordinary years there’s a handful of teams with legit championship-level talent. The Toronto Raptors have had as much difficulty as any franchise to find consistency, with only six playoff appearances in 19 seasons.
What the Raptors...
The Toronto Raptors’ DeMar DeRozan buttoned up a Toronto Blue Jays jersey to throw the ceremonial first pitch for Sunday’s matchup against the New York Yankees. Hopefully DeRozan’s pitching hand as good as his jump shot. DeMar DeRozan at Toronto Blue Jays game. #RTZ Photo: @DeMar_DeRozan set to throw out the ceremonial 1st pitch at today’s @bluejays game! #Jays #Toronto ...
Recently, the Toronto Raptors DeMar DeRozan and his sponsors Klipsch were on hand at the Future Shop, Dundas Square location, where the young star had a meet and greet with his fans. DeRozan has grown up and become quite the family man, everywhere and every time there is a public event, he will bring along his fiance Kiara Morrison and his 11-month-old daughter Diar.