Tip-In (Post Game Reports)

Hanging With the Best: Raps Come Up Short in Miami

The Raps lost their 14th straight game against the defending champs, but that doesn't begin to tell the story. The Raps gave the Heat all they could handle, but poor free-throwing shooting and an inability to control the boards, cost them the game

Tip-In: Raptors Pass Litmus Test with Win over Wiz

The Toronto Raptors avoided the dreaded "trap game" by defeating the Washington Wizards last night, the Dinos' fifth straight win.

Tip-In: Raptors Take Down Bulls, Prep for Pacers

While last night's win over the Chicago Bulls was another step in the right direction for the Toronto Raptors, it's games like tonight's versus the Indiana Pacers that will likely give fans a true understanding of how good this team can be.

Tip-In: Kyle Lowry Torches the Woeful Knicks

Kyle Lowry filled every corner of the boxscore, Terrence Ross couldn't stop scoring from beyond the arc; and yes, the Raptors are fun again. Oh, and the Knicks are awful.

Tip-In: Now What? Raptors Upset Thunder in OKC

The Toronto Raptors jumped back into the top of the Atlantic Division thanks to a 104 to 98 upset of the mighty Oklahoma City Thunder last night, their second-straight impressive win. Does this mean that the TANK is dead?

Tip-In: The Dreaded Middle

The Toronto Raptors put on an impressive comeback last night in their overtime win over the Dallas Mavericks, but Adam Francis notes that wins like this only serve to put the club in the exact place GM Masai Ujiri stated he did not want to be: the mi

Tip-In: Tanking Optimism

Perhaps there was no need for Tank Nation to get too worried about the Toronto Raptors' recent winning ways post Rudy Gay trade. As Adam Francis notes, last night's performance against the Charlotte Bobcats should give Tank Nation optimism.

Addition By Subtraction: Raps Trounce the Bulls

The Raptors do their best diet-Spurs impersonation, racking up 26 assists in a 22 point demolition of the struggling Chicago Bulls. TRADE EVERYONE!

Raptors Show Lack of Identity in Loss to Suns

The Toronto Raptors dropped their fifth straight game last night thanks to a loss to the Phoenix Suns but what really stood out for Adam Francis was not the way the team lost, but the discrepancy between the two franchises both on and off the court.

The Raptors Blow a 27-Point Lead at The Oracle

Despite 36 minutes of promising basketball, the Raptors concede 42 4th quarter points and blow their biggest lead in franchise history. Oh, and they're no longer leading the Atlantic Division.

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