It’s official: Kawhi Leonard, a Toronto Raptor, will indeed address the media and the city of Toronto for the first time.
The Toronto Raptors have traded away a lot of players over the years. Who rained down the sweetest vengeance against their former club?
Let’s look at some trade scenarios for the Raptors as Jimmy Butler looks to engineer his exit from Minnesota.
In part five of Ranking Every Raptor, we examine some of the team’s most disappointing but important figures. Bryan Colangelo did some dumb things, man.
With the new NBA just around the corner, the Raptors have their TV plans all ready just for us.
Put the pitchforks down you crazy mob you, as you’ll see in this post, ESPN pretty much cheated off of SI’s Ben Golliver when ranking KLOE — which is definitely not a cult.
The Raptors add some energy and toughness to their training camp roster with their latest signing
ESPN is back at it with their annual NBA Rank, which means we’ve got to see how many Raptors make the cut, and where they place on the list.
Today’s batch of rankings features guys fans loved in the moment, and others whose legacies benefit from the gift of hindsight. John Salley is also in this one.
After a disappointing year, can Norman Powell bounce back and reassert himself as a reliable option for the Raptors?
Raptors GM Masai Ujiri sat down for a podcast with ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski this week, and we’ve got the highlights
The Raptors are continuing on with their roster building moves in advance of training camp. Add another name to the list.
Toronto’s Bench Mob was an incredible surprise last season. Can version 2.0 repeat that success in 2018-2019?
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Masai Ujiri and the Raptors just took the biggest gamble in franchise history. Here’s the HQ centre for everything on the DeMar DeRozan-Kawhi Leonard swap.
For ranks 30 to 11 in Sports Illustrated annual pole, the Raptors’ have both Kyle Lowry... and Kawhi Leonard?