Fresh off of winning a title with the Warriors, Porter is a perfect fit for the Vision 6’9" Raptors
Young’s deal is worth $16 million, with performance incentives on top.
The Raptors lock up the Slimm Duck on a very reasonable deal.
We asked, you answered. Toronto’s biggest need in free agency? Bring back the guys, and get some shooting.
The Raptors addressed a need and added a prospect with an untapped ceiling. Did the Raptors get the steal of the draft by selecting Christian Koloko?
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The clock starts today! The Raptors are running a tight ship as usual, but we can make some informed predictions for the moves they might make.
After a loooong wait throughout the first round, the Raptors landed on Arizona’s Koloko with their lone draft pick.
It’s free agency time! (Almost.) Are the Raptors gonna bring back their guys? Have your say in our latest poll.
The Raptors got a typical Raptors player at 33! And hey, two Canadians went back to back... twice! Including in the top 10.
It’s NBA Draft day! Will the Raptors trade up? Draft another Canadian? Let’s find out!
Derek Murray gives us four names to watch for the Raptors to select at 33.
OG Anunoby proved this season that he’s the type of player every serious team needs.
In the latest installment of our prospect highlights, we look at three types of wings available in the second round and assess their "Raptors Fit."
Who will the Raptors take at 33 — and is that the only pick they’ll have, or will Masai and Bobby make some moves? Have your say!
The Ukrainian shooter heads into his fifth NBA season as he’s back with Toronto.
The postseason is over, the weather is warmer, and that means NBA Summer League must be on the horizon!
The Golden State Warriors’ fourth championship in eight seasons fortifies 3 facts: The Dubs are a dynastic team, Andrew Wiggins is a champion, and Boston has as many championships as Toronto since the Raptors joined the NBA.
Toronto recently worked out a pair of Canadians — Andrew Nembhard and Caleb Houston — and both are in range for the Raptors’ only pick.
We’ve scoured the internet to discover who’s worked out for the Raptors.
From fourth overall pick to Rookie of the Year, Barnes wasted no time establishing himself as the Raptors’ franchise cornerstone.
A trip to the All-Star Game, a few records broken, and the sixth seed in the East are just a few of VanVleet’s high points this season.
Masai Ujiri hit another homerun when he acquired Precious Achiuwa. If the post-All-Star break version of Achiuwa is a preview of his future, the Raptors have every reason to be excited about their trajectory.
Yuta Watanabe saw himself outside Toronto’s rotation, and G League team, yet suits the Raptors’ profile to a T.
In his first full season with the Raptors, Gary Trent Jr. showed off improved defensive intensity, but his streaky offense remains a question mark. Can he stick around long-term?
Following a rough start, Chris Boucher turned things around and became an integral contributor to the Raptors’ winning season.
Pascal Siakam’s redemption season was validated last week when he was named to his second All-NBA team. Exciting news in Toronto continued with Jalen Harris (and J Cole?!?) signing with the Scarborough Shooting Stars of the CEBL.
It might have taken a minute to find his way to Toronto, but once he got here, Thaddeus Young fit like a glove.
Birch’s ailing knee was an issue this past season, and is hopefully something he can put behind him after this surgery.
The Canadian National Men’s team will face the Dominican Republic in Hamilton on July 1st — with some familiar players on the squad.
Player interviews and planned workouts are starting to come out! Let’s at what the mock draft sites tell us post-lottery.