The Tampa season was hell, but through the few ups and many downs, some Raptors managed to seriously improve their all-time standing.
Raptor great Alvin Williams will join Matt Devlin to call the team’s games on Sportsnet.
Nick Nurse will have a full boatload of players to look at when training camp opens next week.
It feels like it’s too soon. Is it too soon?
While athletes typically use The Players Tribune to say goodbye, Scottie Barnes said hello to Toronto and cemented himself as a fan favourite.
Ranking Every Raptor, Version 4.0: Some dudes you’ll probably forget, and a few you won’t (249 to 125)
The most tedious of grand HQ traditions returns! Let’s rank every Raptor.
Siakam talks COVID struggles and his relationship with the team in the wide-ranging interview.
Unvaccinated players will face more rigorous safety protocols
The 905 are coming back to Canada as the Raptors franchise inches towards normalcy.
Coming Wednesday, comments will look different.
Former All-Star Bosh is one of few former Raptors currently enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Hall of fame.
The Raptors will play five preseason games this October, and two of them will be in Toronto.
As the Raptors are retooling, it only makes sense that we retool as well.
Before saying goodbye to Daniel, I got a chance to talk about his favourite posts and fondest memories during his time as Editor-in-Chief of Raptors HQ.
While rumours seemed to pop up again today about a potential trade of Ben Simmons to the Raptors, a move to Toronto doesn’t feel imminent — or likely.
The Raptors have 19 players on their roster right now and could add one more before training camp. How are things shaping up with the team at the moment?
Toronto adds another wing player to its growing roster, but this one might actually have a jump shot.
After a difficult and ugly season in Tampa, the Raptors open their 27th season with hopes of returning to Toronto. Let’s break down the schedule!
Masai isn’t going anywhere and neither are the Raptors. Ujiri has (finally) re-signed and all signs point to home games being played at Scotiabank Arena. Suffice to say, the boys were excited to record this week’s episode of That’s A Rap!
We made it: after a grueling 2020-21 season spent in Tampa, the Raptors will be back in Toronto. Here’s their full NBA schedule.
Wednesday afternoon’s press conference with Toronto’s president and vice chairman Masai Ujiri confirmed the architect of the Raptors’ recent run of success is here to stay.
Toronto ends their time in Las Vegas on a high note, beating Brooklyn to finish with a 4-1 record. With 24 points to lead all scorers, Matt Morgan helped the Raptors put the Nets away.
The Canadian men’s national basketball team did not get to compete in the 2020(/21) Olympics, but Raptors coach Nick Nurse will be there for the 2023 FIBA Word Cup and the 2024 Olympics in Paris.
The Goran Dragic situation doesn’t appear to be reaching a conclusion any time soon. Scottie Barnes is already living up to the hype. The NBA is cracking down on tampering and offensive foul-baiting. It’s the middle of August but this week’s podcast is filled with interesting news.
The pride of north Etobicoke is set to be a Raptor for at least a year after reportedly signing a contract with Toronto with some partial guarantees for a second season.
Precious Achiuwa and Ishmail Wainright led the way as the Raptors got back in the win column at Summer League.
The Raptors looked like a group of strangers, while the Warriors shot the ball like... well, like the Warriors.
Malachi Flynn and Scottie Barnes played starring roles as the youth-driven Raptors defeated the Knicks 89-79
Kyle Lowry is headed to Miami, but not without penning an emotional farewell message. Masai Ujiri is staying in Toronto and posted his latest motivational video. It’s been an emotional week in Toronto and we’re here to break it all down!
The Raptors will add the versatile second-year forward to their expanding play-any-position roster
As expected, Toronto is locking down the Canadian after a solid finish last season.
The Raptors are a team in transition, and there are few on this planet better to help guide the entire franchise than Masai Ujiri.