Despite coming out with a split against the Birmingham Squadron, the Raptors 905 may have discovered their defensive identity.
Toronto faces an archrival — no, not Diar DeRozan — when Boston comes to town. The week wraps up with the Raptors’ first game against OG Anunoby.
The Raptors hope to snap multiple losing streaks tonight as they return home to Toronto.
Tale of two games: The Raptors 905 played with the all-time worst defense in the front end of the B2B but managed to come back and play with pride to pull off a series split.
After missing the Raptors’ last game with back spasms, Siakam returns to the lineup.
With the NBA Trade Deadline inching closer and closer, the biggest name circulating the market is Pascal Siakam.
Toronto wraps up its lengthy road trip tonight in Utah as they look to pick up another elusive road win.
Despite Siakam being out and the Clippers having Leonard, George, AND Harden, Toronto only lost by six. Moral victory?
After the mess of last night’s game, and Darko’s viral comments, can the Raptors shut out the noise and play well again tonight?
An unforgiving whistle and the absence of Jakob Poeltl was too much for the Raptors to overcome in this heartbreaking loss.
Both the Raptors and Lakers are underperforming. But the Raptors are trending up while the Lakers are throwing their coach under the bus.
RJ Barrett scored 37 points to lead the Raptors to a dominate win over the Golden State Warriors where Steph Curry was held to nine points.
It’s a championship rematch, but these are two very different teams than we say in the 2019 NBA Finals.
Despite a 20-point comeback, the Toronto Raptors failed to secure their third win in a row, and therefore their pizza party.
The Raptors have a chance to win three straight — and get a long-promised dinner party from their head coach.
Immanuel Quickley scored 26 points, 5 assists and 3 rebounds to lead the Raptors to a win.
Can "Team BBQ" light it up in one of the best bbq cities in the world? Let’s watch!
Toronto kicks off the dreaded west coast road trip with a visit to Memphis. Both teams are out of the playoff picture but have reason for optimism in the new calendar year!
Despite shaking up the NBA with the first big trade of the season, the Toronto Raptors may not be done making moves yet, as Pascal Siakam continues to be one of the biggest names on the market.
The new guys were the newsmakers, but guess what? Pascal Siakam is still pretty darn great.