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SIMMONS: Cool and composed, coach Nick Nurse is Raptors' rookie of the year

When Nick Nurse got the call some nine months ago telling him the Raptors job was his, it almost seems like a basketball lifetime ago. 1,013 more words

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SIMMONS: Raptors' Siakam no longer a secret around NBA

When some of the Houston Rockets returned from summer league play in July, they were asked what impressed them or surprised them.

The answer that came back to coach Mike D’Antoni: That Pascal Siakam is a player. 996 more words

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Raptors show their best, but mainly their worst in loss to Rockets

It was everything you love about the Raptors and everything you hate about them in one game.

For a half, they looked completely uninterested and incapable of sustaining any semblance of offence and at a loss to find a way to stop the visiting Houston Rockets. 1,115 more words

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Nothing magical for Raptors in loss at home to Orlando

And on the seventh day, Kawhi Leonard rested. And for the early going and other parts of Sunday’s snoozer against Orlando, many of Leonard’s teammates took it easy too, allowing the visitors to end Toronto’s bid for a perfect February with a 113-98 win. 1,186 more words

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Raptors hold on to spoil DeRozan's return to Toronto

They came to say thank you to DeMar DeRozan and did so in typically gracious Canadian fashion.

But with the niceties out of the way, it was back to the goal at hand and that was cheering on the home side. 1,388 more words

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Throw home-court advantage out the window as fan favourite DeMar DeRozan returns

The San Antonio Spurs had a regular-season home court advantage for the ages in the first meeting between the Raptors and Spurs.

The Spurs faithful were out in full roar making sure Kawhi Leonard, in his first visit since his trade to Toronto, knew just exactly how little they thought of the way he orchestrated his departure. 807 more words

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Nick Sandmann Sues Washington Post for $250 Million over ‘Defamatory’ Coverage

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19 Feb 2019

Attorneys for Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann filed a lawsuit against the Washington Post on Tuesday, seeking $250 million in compensatory and punitive damages.

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