1. Drake Debuts Toronto Raptors Collaboration

    Toronto fans just got a stylish boost from hometown hero Drake — the rapper just released a new collaboration with Mitchell & Ness.....

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  2. Derozan Goes Off, Sets Career-High for Scoring

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  3. DeRozan: 'That's How We Gotta Play Every Night.'

    Monday's date with James Harden and the Houston Rockets was Toronto 's last chance before the playoffs to prove they still have the gumption to beat winning teams...

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  4. Raptors Shoot Down Lowly Lakers

    The Raptors would win the game and win their second successive division title on the same night, but it was the same-old habits that would surface...

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  5. Koreen: Raptors Exposed as 1-Dimensional Team

    TORONTO — Rick Carlisle, by consensus, is one of the four or five best coaches in the NBA . He is everything you want in a modern coach: innovative, adaptive and savvy. He can draw up killer plays and hand out discipline...

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  6. Raptors Stay Awake for 3 Quarters, Fall Asleep in 4th

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  7. Despite Loss, Raptors Secure Playoff Spot

    The Chicago Bulls have had Toronto's number all season, even without some marquee players in a lineup that is loaded with talent...

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  8. Lowry (Back) out Tonight vs. Bulls

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  9. Projecting Toronto Raptors' Best and Worst 2015 NBA Playoff Matchups

    The Toronto Raptors ' 2014-15 season will be defined by what they accomplish in the NBA playoffs. With the right matchup, they could find themselves in the second round for just the second time in franchise history...

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  10. Raptors Lose Lowry During Defeat in Detroit

    The only thing worse than another porous defensive display by the Toronto Raptors was seeing Kyle Lowry have to leave a game prematurely because of injury...

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  11. Raptors Playoff Clincher Waits Another Night After Loss to Pistons: Griffin

    On a night that should have been cause for major celebration in the land of the Raptors , with thousands of Canadian fans once again invading The Palace, the Pistons stood their ground, postponing the clinching of a second straight playoff spot...

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  12. Williams Has His Limitations but His Offensive Ability Is Needed on the Floor

    TORONTO — If one were to put together a short list of the Toronto Raptors ' biggest flaws as a team, the following issues would be near the top.....

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  13. DeRozan Revival a Rare Good Sign in Raptor-Land

    The Raptors finally played some defence, won a rebounding battle for what felt like the first time in months and cranked up the give a crap meter – even without Kyle Lowry, ...

    Adam Nofflett Written by Adam Nofflett about 4 months ago 85 reads 0 comments

  14. Hansbrough Scores Season-High in Win

    The fact that the New York Knicks shot just 41% and didn't score more than 25 points in any quarter should be considered progress for the Raptors and their 106-89 win...

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  15. Raptors Dispose of Disgraced Knicks

    The ghastly New York Knicks showed up at the ACC on Sunday featuring a starting five that included guys named Lou Amundson, Alexey Shved and Langston Galloway...

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  16. Watch: DeRozan Hands in Midair for Putback Dunk

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  17. Lowry (Back) Ruled out Today vs. Knicks

    Kyle Lowry is inactive (back contusion) and Greivis Vasquez starts today vs. New York . Bruno Caboclo is active...

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  18. Raptors' Inconsistencies Troubling

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  19. Mirotic Leada Bulls Past Lowry-Less Raptors 108-92

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  20. Raptors Blown out by Bulls 108-92

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  21. Lowry to Play vs. Bulls

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  22. Toronto Raptors: How Jonas Valanciunas Can Guide the Raptors to Playoff Glory

    Although Toronto Raptors center Jonas Valanciunas told reporters in February that sitting in the fourth quarter doesn ’t bother him, it probably should...

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  23. Raptors Spoil Andrew Wiggins' Homecoming

    It wasn't pretty, and it was by no means a sure thing, but as Raptors coach Dwane Casey emphasized after Wednesday night's game against the floundering Minnesota Timberwolves , a win is a win...

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  24. T-Wolves an Example of What Raptors Could Have Been If They Hadn't

    Sam Mitchell, his beard closer to the NaCl side of the salt/pepper spectrum than the locals were used to, was talking about sliding into teacher mode...

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  25. DeRozan Scores 21, Raptors Beat Timberwolves 105-100

    Jonas Valanciunas had 15 points and 15 rebounds, DeMar DeRozan scored 21 and the Toronto Raptors won their 11th straight home game over Minnesota, beating the short-handed Timberwolves 105-100 on Wednesday night...

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