Gameday: Raptors vs Pacers – Jan. 31/10


Ball February is a key stretch of games for the Raptors as their schedule, seemingly, gets lighter in that 6 of the 10 teams they play are under .500. It starts today with a home-and-home with Indiana. This will be the third time this season they have played a home-and-home, with the Raptors going 3-1… Read more »

Kyrie Irving



The script played out the same as the Heat/Laker games: spot them a lead, claw back, hang around, pounce like tiger, win game. All the while, your defense making timely stops at crucial points to give you a chance.

Jay. Hedo. Ball. Stat. I’ve been one of his worst critics, but when our boy puts up 26pts 11rebs 2ast, the proof is in the pudding. Give him the damn ball, and let him do work. I don’t know how else he can make it clear that he isn’t an off-the-ball player after giving the most awkward/terrible interview in NBA history. The guy is responsible to get himself into games, but Triano needs to run plays for him.


Gameday: Raptors vs Knickettes – Jan 28


After a 3-0 homestand, the Raptors look to sweep the MSG end of the series against the lady Knicks tonight. It’s a back-to-back for the Raptors so it’ll be a test of stamina against D’Antoni’s run ‘n gun Knicks squad. The last couple road back-to-backs haven’t been kind to the Raps, we blew leads in… Read more »


Raptors Beat the Heat, Again 111-103


Good old Heat, you can always count on them for a win. The Raptors have absolutely OWNED them over the last few seasons, winning 8 of the last 10. Arse hit the nail on the head when he said that a win was more a signal of the continued resurgence than a feather in the cap. However, 5th is better than 6th, and the things that usually drive me crazy about Raptor games, didn’t even bother me one bit.