The Toronto Raptors Luis Scola is 5-0 against Canada at the FIBA Americas tournaments and in 2009, he took away Canada's last and best chance at a medal in the final game. Argentina has been good for while, so it's been no disgrace for the Canadian side to lose to them, but still, you'd think someone would have remembered just how good Scola has been?
It’s become evident that the Toronto Raptors have made a decision on their direction for the upcoming season. The Raptors are looking to win and compete in an Eastern Conference that they likely believe they have a shot in. It’s a fair thought. The East is weak outside of powerhouse Cleveland, and it’s really anyone’s game after that. Luis Scola The Raptors added...
Contrary to earlier reports, a Raptors press release said veteran forward Luis Scola has signed a multi-year deal with the Toronto Raptors - oops maybe not. This slip (unintentionally?) confirms what Scola told the media on Monday when he said he wanted to be an important part of a team that was growing towards the possibility of him getting a ring before he retired.
“I wanted to win,” Toronto Raptors Luis Scola said. “I wanted to find a place where I could win and be a part of the team, be important. I was trying to get options to see how close to a ring could I get, but I was also trying to be part of a team, and hopefully chase a ring at some point down the line and I felt that this was the situation (here).”
(March 31, 2015 – Source: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images North America) By Myles Stedman: Staff Writer at Hoopstuff… Contract: 1 year, 3 million After an already fairly respectable off-season, the Toronto Raptors have now added Argentinian big man Luis Scola to their ranks, further reinforcing their frontcourt. After the loss of Amir Johnson to Boston, Toronto have worked hard to...
With free agency almost done, the Toronto Raptors were still missing depth at power forward, but not anymore. 35-year-old veteran Luis Scola will be joining the team on a one-year $3 million deal. Still as crafty as ever, Scola averaged 9.4 points and 6.5 rebounds in 20.5 minutes with the Pacers last season.
The Toronto Raptors were one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference last season, but their season ended with a disappointing sweep in the playoffs at the hands of the Washington Wizards. They lacked a veteran presence and also needed help in the front-court. According to Luis Scola’s Twitter account, he will end up signing with the Raptors this offseason. We the north…...
The “Golden Age” of Argentina basketball may be over but that is not stopping other teams at the 2014 FIBA World Cup from giving them any slack. Take the Philippine’s Gabe Norwood who had no mercy for Luis Scola during a recent game. While on the fast break, Norwood had a clear path to the rim with only Scola in his way. Then this happened! Argentina held off the Philippines...
Louis Scola made a veteran play to win a one-point ballgame over the Brooklyn Nets.
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