Author Archives: J.M. Poulard

Adjusting Rudy Gay’s Role in Raptors’ Offense

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Rudy Gay

A handy guide to fixing how Rudy Gay operates within the Raptors offense.


Raptors’ Future Starts in 2013 Offseason

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Andrea Bargnani

Diving into the who, what, why and how of the Raptors’ offseason game plan.


Gameday: Raptors @ Hawks, April 16

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SmooveHorford1

The Optimism Tour continues tonight in Atlanta. The Toronto Raptors are in the midst of a good run to close out the season and it’s the best way to sell out hope for the 2013-14 campaign.


Gameday: Nets @ Raptors, Apr. 14

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Brooklyn

At the start of the season, the Brooklyn Nets captivated the New York area and had basketball fans intrigued.


The DeMar DeRozan Predicament

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DeMar DeRozan

Once upon a time, the Association was flooded with quality shooting guards. Indeed, the sheer rich amount of off-guards led many teams to build their franchises around them.


Raptors Bully the Wizards

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Obviously, context is important in this setting.


ATL Stomped

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Al Horford

Last night, the Toronto Raptors treated us to a game that featured a tale of two halves: one good first half, and one bad second one.


Raptors Lose Gay, then lose to Knicks

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The Toronto Raptors were defeated at the Air Canada Centre last night by the New York Knicks in a game that had the potential to get away from them. The Knickerbockers looked better for much of the first half, but Dwane Casey made a few key adjustments that allowed the Raps not only to bounce   …Continue Reading


Miami “Exposes” Rudy Gay

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Dwayne Wade; Rudy Gay

Please welcome J.M. Poulard to the RR team. he has guest-posted for us in the past and also writes for Warriors World,  Forum Blue and Gold and Piston Powered. Please welcome the Montreal-native to the team. Since making his debut with the Toronto Raptors on February 1st against the Los Angeles Clippers, Rudy Gay has played   …Continue Reading


Assessing Rudy Gay’s Play in Toronto

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Rudy Gay

Gay might not be able to carry a franchise all by himself like say a Kevin Durant, but put enough good parts around him and the team might thrive.


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