Category Archives: Columns

Atmosphere, Identity and Rivalry

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On Game 1, We The North and F-Brooklyn.


Forget DeRozan And Ujiri, Dwane Casey Is The Focus Of These Playoffs For Toronto

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Your move, Dwane Casey.


How Joe Johnson Picked Apart the Raptors

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As expected, Joe Johnson was a real problem in Game 1.


2013-14 Raptors now litter franchise leaderboards

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It’s been quite the season for the Toronto Raptors. What we’ll likely remember about this season years from now is “48,” the team’s win total for the year, the most ever in franchise history.


Season in Review

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Hot damn, that was a fun ride.


The Raptors Don’t Appear Ready For What Awaits Them In The Playoffs

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A winning season doesn’t mean anything on it’s own – it just represents the first steps.


Raptors’ Defense Struggling without Amir Johnson

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It’s hard to worry during a hot streak, but the defense needs Amir Johnson back.


Lowry’s Injury Has Given Valanciunas A Chance To Shine

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All season long, Kyle Lowry has acted as a vocal mentor for Raptors’ second-year centre Jonas Valanciuas.


Does DeMar DeRozan Have a Case for Most Improved Player?

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Examining the evolution of DeMar DeRozan and the MIP race.


Raptors On the Precipice of Ousting The Toronto Sport Team Curse

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Even an optimist can fall prey to the dreaded Toronto Sport team curse mentality, but I examine why it’s finally over.


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