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Raptors Weekly Podcast, September 1, Diametrically Opposed Play


The duty is to analyze and over-analyze whatever’s happening in Spain and what’s going through idle minds.

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Breaking it Down: The Raptors’ Clutch Playbook


Tie game with less than a minute left. What play do the Toronto Raptors turn to?

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The Raptors and The Lean Startup


The Raptors model for staying afloat in an increasingly competitive East is similar to what Eric Ries proposed in the Lean Startup. It may also be the only way to survive.

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Raptors Weekly Podcast, August 25 – Leiweke Hates the 9-to-5


Blessed is any news so we thank DeMar DeRozan and Tim Leiweke, who both took different steps to get the headlines on this weeks’ Rapcast, which sees Andrew, Will and myself usher in the final week of August.

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[OFFICIAL]: DeMar DeRozan makes Team USA


Despite not playing in Friday’s exhibition game against Puerto Rico, DeRozan survived the final round of cuts.

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What is the benefit of continuity?


Masai Ujiri brought the band back together. Is that a good thing?

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Beyond the Raptors: New York Knicks


A look into the Knicks, and what the Raptors can expect for the coming season.

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Yakkin’ About The Raptors: Brainstorming Kevin Durant Bars For Drake


We go back-and-forth with RaptorsHQ to kill some time in the offseason.

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Raptors Weekly Podcast, August 18 – All-Time Frustrating Team and Tired Camels


The pod crew will not and can not top. We’re all over the schedule and Jordan Hamilton news like a pack of zombies and decide to sound off on the Raptors all-time, most frustrating starting five.

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The problem with #WeTheNorth


We’re Canada’s basketball team, not a basketball team for Canadians.

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William Lou asks: Who is Lou Williams?


I’ll never get over how weird this name thing is.

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Key Adjustments Needed Despite Majority Roster Returning for Raptors


Dwane Casey will have the core roster back, yet is still required to make key adjustments to repeat the success of last season.

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