Category Archives: Post-Game
A Season of Faith’s (near)Perfection
The Raptors season comes to an end two points shy of eliminating the $190 million dollar payroll of Brooklyn. Time to say goodbye to our favourite team.
Game 6 Lost, Mistakes Identified, Countermeasure Required
The Raptors drop Game 6 and come away with a bunch of homework to do before Game 7 on Sunday.
Kyle Lowry For Everything
The Raptors build a 26-point lead through 3 brilliant quarters, before giving us post traumatic stress disorder in a meltdown of epic proportions. Thank you Lowry, thank you Andray.
Game 3: Late Comeback in Loss Reinforces Belief That Series Can Be Won
Emotionally devastating loss. For me, that is. I’m not sure how a professional athlete reacts to such roller-coaster affairs where at one point you’re down and out, and the next riding a platonic high, only to fall just short.
Game 1: Here a Jitter, There a Jitter, Everywhere a Jitter Jitter
Game 1 is lost which means lessons have been learned and corrections need to be made.
Raps’ year ends with meaningless loss, bring on Brooklyn
No injuries and the third seed? Sounds like a successful night to me.
Bucks Serve as Props as Raptors Ease to Franchise-High Win Total
It’s true that the Bucks were in town allegedly trying to win a game. The evidence speaks to the contrary.
The Superman Effect
When you really need a win, sometimes all you need is a star. Or two.
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