Our very own Franchise from RaptorsHQ and Scott Carefoot from RaptorBlog gave their thoughts on the upcoming season to Mark Rawden of the Boston Celtics Examiner.
After staring at empty seats during Sunday afternoon's game at the Air Canada Centre, this post really drives home the point about MLSE missing the opportunity to further the Raptors' brand in hockey-mad Toronto during the preseason.
Dime Magazine previewed the Raptors, offering a ceiling and basement for the 2009-10 season.
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a Hedo Turkoglu sighting! Raptor fans (might) get a chance to be underwhelmed or impressed by off-season acquisition Turkoglu during tomorrow night's preseason game against the Boston Celtics.
Turkoglu's arrival can't happen soon enough, as the Raptors -- particularly the starters -- have had some issues getting the offence going thus far.
Raptors Republic has some questions for Jose Calderon and gives the early advantage to rookie DeMar DeRozan in the race to determine who starts at the shooting guard position.
Amir Johnson has come as advertised -- including the foul trouble that has plagued him throughout his career -- and emerged as the Raptors' garbageman.
What time is it? Prediction time over at The Picket Fence, where Tim sees Chris Bosh leading the Raptors back to the promised land and resigning in the T Dot.
Nathan Jawai and Jake Voskuhl battle it out for Dallas' final roster spot. Really, that's a win-win situation regardless of which way they choose to go.
Speaking of the Mavs, CelticsBlog compiled a list of Southwest Division previews.
No matter how many times you read it, the anecdote about Cartman, errr... Eddy Curry sitting on an exercise ball and bursting it remains hysterical.