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December 17, The Day The Raptors Almost Died A Decade Ago

It was 10 years ago day, December 17, 2004, when the Toronto Raptors went from a US National TV worthy team to being forgotten in the frozen North. The Raptors had sent superstar Vince Carter in a huff with management to the New Jersey Nets.
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The Toronto Raptors Made Vince Carter Cry With Their Tribute

Vince Carter looked like the rightful heir to Michael Jordan for a good minute. When the 17-year veteran debuted with the Toronto Raptors in 1998-99...
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Vince Carter Moved To Tears By Toronto Raptors Tribute

Memphis Grizzlies veteran Vince Carter visited his old team the Toronto Raptors and was greeted to the point of tears. After a video tribute celebrating Carter’s amazing run with the Raptors, the Toronto fans gave “Vinsanity” a standing ovation. Carter could not hold back his emotions and let the tears flow. It was a night of forgiveness as Carter heard boos to start the evening...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Vince Carter Brought To Tears By Raptors Tribute To Him (Video)

Vince Carter will forever be immortalized by Raptors fans despite their love-hate relationship ever since he left Toronto 13 years ago. During the first quarter of Wednesday night’s game between the Grizzlies and Raptors, the Raptors decided to sever any hard feelings and give him a worthy tribute. The post Vince Carter Brought To Tears By Raptors Tribute To Him (Video) appeared...
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Vince Carter brought to tears by Raptors' tribute

Vince Carter hasn’t exactly received warm welcomes when he’s returned to the Air Canada Centre through the years, but Wednesday was a much different story. The Toronto Raptors have been honoring former players for their 20th anniversary this season, so when Carter and his Memphis Grizzlies made the trip north for the only time this year, the Raptors had a video tribute ready...
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Vince Carter cries during Raptors’ tribute video

Vince Carter’s relationship with the city of Toronto may finally be repaired. Carter was acquired by the Raptors on draft day in 1998, won the Rookie of the Year award, and he made the All-Star team in all but his rookie season with Toronto. Though the team was initially successful and made the playoffs three...Read More
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WATCH: Vince Carter moved by Raptors tribute video

The Toronto Raptors honored Vince Carter Wednesday night with a gesture that many people would deem ill-advised: a pre-game video tribute. See, Vince isn’t very popular in Toronto after he famously quit on the team and demanded a trade roughly ten years ago (we covered all that here on Monday). Finally, after all these years, Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Memphis Grizzlies: Breaking down the best season start in franchise history

Zach Randolph, Mike Conley, and Marc Gasol during a timeout. Since their inception in the league in 1995, the Grizzlies (Vancouver or Memphis) have never started a season 4-0. After defeating the Pelicans at home 93-81, this is no longer the case. Even with several playoff teams under former coaches Hubie Brown and Mike Fratello, the Grizzlies were unable to start a season playing...
November 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Dallas Mavericks: Best Options in Free Agency

Well free agency in the NBA is back in full force. Obviously the first choice for the Mavericks would be courting LeBron James. But recent reports suggest that he wants a max contract and frankly I don’t think the Mavericks are willing to spend that much during free agency. But who knows, the Dallas Mavericks still have the cap space to make LeBron and extremely intriguing offer...
July 08, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Vince Carter flop saves Mavericks' season

Fans of the flop will surely love this one. During a tightly contested fourth quarter in Game 6, where it seemed like the Dallas Mavericks would be headed home, Vince Carter flopped on Kawhi Leonard, changing the game the rest of the way. With the San Antonio Spurs leading 92-91 with 5:46 left in the game, Leonard was called for the offensive foul on Carter. The Mavericks would use...
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May 02, 2014  |  Discuss

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