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by Zarar Siddiqi April 20, 2014
Game 1 is lost which means lessons have been learned and corrections need to be made.
by Garrett Hinchey April 17, 2014
No injuries and the third seed? Sounds like a successful night to me.
by Zarar Siddiqi April 15, 2014
It’s true that the Bucks were in town allegedly trying to win a game. The evidence speaks to the contrary.
by Garrett Hinchey April 14, 2014
When you really need a win, sometimes all you need is a star. Or two.
by Andrew Thompson April 12, 2014
The Raptors lose, and Chicago wins, so the Raptors lose, but Brooklyn also loses, so the Raptors win! WOOHOO!
by William Lou April 10, 2014
The Raptors played little-to-no defense, but the Sixers are historically bad.
by Zarar Siddiqi April 5, 2014
The shorthanded Raptors beat the Indiana Pacers 102-94 in a total team-effort where everyone from Nando De Colo to Jonas Valanciunas played their part.
by Blake Murphy April 3, 2014
When everyone is injured, nobody is injured.
by Blake Murphy April 1, 2014
The Raptors lost to the Heat but the bigger loss may be Kyle Lowry.
by Zarar Siddiqi March 31, 2014
Raptors rub one out in Orlando.
Who will win the Raptors-Nets Playoff Series?
Many will flock to that tub of Brooklyn tears to take pails home to cleanse themselves as wellA pilgrimage of sorts
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