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Kyle Lowry scores 27 points in Portland as Toronto Raptors make it 7 straight wins on the road

PORTLAND — In a game that will not win any awards for presentation, perhaps it is fitting that its most jaw-dropping play resulted in a minor injury to Terrence Ross. 623 more words


Toronto Raptors combine physicality and Kyle Lowry's red-hot shooting touch to silence the Utah Jazz in NBA action

SALT LAKE CITY — The Raptors will have a Merry Christmas after opening one of the toughest stretches of the season with an impressive road win 104-98 over an excellent Utah Jazz team. 391 more words


Dwane Casey deserves more recognition for turning the Toronto Raptors into contenders

Even in his absence from the playing court, Jared Sullinger has found a way to contribute.

And as helpful as he has been, Dwane Casey is looking forward to the day when the Raptors can actually get their off-season free agent acquisition in uniform again. 1,042 more words


Toronto Raptors can't find Norman Powell many minutes — but every time he sees the court, he delivers

On every good team in the NBA, there is a player just like Norman Powell: A guy who rises to the occasion every time he gets an opportunity, only to go missing in action for a handful of games before his services are needed again. 904 more words


Defensive strides, vicious road schedule: What to expect from next 20 Toronto Raptors games

Five things to expect from the Toronto Raptors (14-7) in the second quarter of 2016-17…


Dwane Casey is a patient man, but he has his limits. 742 more words


The important questions: Is it okay to be a bandwagon sports fan?

I am the worst sports fan.

When it comes to baseball, I’m what’s commonly referred to as a bandwagon fan. It happened in 2010. While living on the West Coast, I began watching the San Francisco Giants. 524 more words


'The film don't lie': Toronto Raptors subjected to grueling video sessions amid 'terrible' defensive stretch

Another win, another film session pointing out all the defensive letdowns in the game.

That is what it is to be a member of the Raptors today, and head coach Dwane Casey has no intention of letting up as long as he’s seeing subpar defence on the court. 717 more words