It is late at night and Bismack Biyombo is alone in the Raptors practice facility, shooting free throws, over and over, because that’s who he is and that’s what he does. 821 more words
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The Toronto Raptors were dead in Game 5 — and then came the fourth quarter when the frustration ended
TORONTO — For three quarters, they were the same old Toronto Raptors.
And then, in a span of 10 minutes, they reversed everything that had come to be familiar about this group of players, and this franchise, and really most of pro sports in this city. 974 more words
HANG TIME NEW JERSEY — The first round series between the Toronto Raptors and Indiana Pacers has become a referendum on the value of DeMar DeRozan… 628 more words
TORONTO — Dwane Casey is not one to share. Ask him who is starting, even 90 minutes from tip-off, and the Toronto Raptors coach will respond with a pleasant “We’ll see,” as though it will be news to him, too: Gosh, I hope it’s DeMarre Carroll! 789 more words
Kyle Lowry can tell you to the third decimal what he is shooting in the playoffs.
And even if he’s not happy about that particular number he is not at liberty to grouse about it or let it affect him. 1,050 more words
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Paul George, the superb Indiana Pacers forward, was talking after his team’s Game 3 loss about the need for his teammates to be tougher and more physical. 862 more words