The Toronto Raptors were hoping Harrison Barnes would fall to them at 8th in the 2012 NBA Draft, however, Barnes went to the Golden State Warriors at seven and then Toronto took who they believed was the next best wing player available Terrence Ross. After two seasons, how do these two players compare?
Head Coach Dwane Casey never let up on the mantra, the Toronto Raptors 2013-2014 season was all about the development of Terrence Ross. A lot of effort was expended on Ross by the team and the hoped for payoff is a breakout season for the 23-year-old wing starting in October.
“Now (Terrence Ross) has experience to draw back from in reading situations,” Toronto Raptors Coach Casey said. “Then his athletic instincts, his hands, his speed and quickness kicks-in after that. 3-and-D, I like that, that’s pretty good. That’s probably pretty good description. We want him to be more of a pick-and-roll guy, that’s the next step in (his) growth.”
A lot is being made about the Toronto Raptors sophomore Terrence Ross and his contributions at the offensive end of the court. A star performer in the NBA Slam Dunk contest for the second year in a row and a franchise high tying 51 point game against the Clippers is hard to overlook. However, Ross has also gone from running into screens and getting lost on coverages in November...
posted by Romy Aquino (@romyaquino)Follow @romyaquinoSo Terrence Ross Kind of Won?The Toronto Raptors All-Star Friday and Saturday Night RecapNBA All-Star Weekend got a makeover this year in New Orleans and the overall vibe was this was a dud. A new "team" format was implemented in most of these Saturday night competitions which left a lot to be desired at the end of...
Toronto Raptors Forward Terrence Ross went into Saturday night averaging under 10 points per game. Then, as if possessed by Carmelo’s historic Friday night effort, he dropped 51 against the Clippers (10-17 from beyond the arc). He had 26 points (a Raptors franchise record) at the half. According to ESPN, he’s the first player in NBA history to achieve a 5o point game when average...
Video: A dunk so big that the bench dosido's
The Toronto Raptors Terrence Ross forced the Minnesota Timberwolves home crowd to say ‘ooooh!,’ as he threw down one of the hardest 360-degree dunks we have seen in a long time.
The pop from the contact is furious and so was his intentions. The Raptors walked away winners on Friday 95-93
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Video: Terrence Ross throws down the 360 power...
Terrence Ross, a guard for the Toronto Raptors, announced that he will launch a three-part fundraising campaign in partnership with Dunk Cancer, and it’s month-long initiative, Dunk Cancer Month, during the 2013 NBA All-Star Weekend in Houston, Texas. Ross has committed to help raise money to benefit the Children’s Cancer Association and Jefferson High School, in Portland, Ore.
Tweet Raptors rookie Terrence Ross has proven on multiple occasions this season that he has some world-class hops. On Tuesday night against the Nets, he decided to just remind everyone of that once again. An in-game reverse dunk would have been sick. An authoritative put-back dunk would have been really cool. But putting the two [...]