Puzzling over timeout calls, Twitter questions, Dwight Howard grabbing crotches, James Johnson and Dwane Casey’s private conversations, and that’s just a part of this week’s podder agenda.
"The Rapcast" has been a staple of Raptors Republic for years. Raptors Republic runs four podcasts.
- Raptors Weekly: Airs every Monday with the occasional Raptors Weekly Extra airing on Friday; hosted by Zarar Siddiqi
- Talking Raptors: Airs Friday during the season and hosted by Barry Taylor and Nick Reynoldson
- Podcap: Post-game audio and insight from Toronto Raptors home games, created by Ryan McNeill
- The Doctor Is In: Airs Wednesday during the season and hosted by Steve Gennaro
Andrew and Zarar huddle after the Knicks game to reflect on the week, the significance of the rest of the season, and off-season contemplations.
Will makes his hosting debut and is joined by Andrew and Sean Woodley from Raptors HQ, to tackle the losing, the winning on the horizon, playoff matchups, Amir Johnson’s contract, and a lot more.
It’s a solo pod with Zarar holding back his tears as he recaps the drudgery that is watching Raptors basketball.
An 0-4 week serves as the backdrop of a podcast where DeMar DeRozan’s selfishness, Dwane Casey’s planning (or lack thereof) is front and center.
Will, Andrew, and Zarar (Oxford Comma, son) tackle a huge win, a disappointing loss, a host of Twitter questions, and wonder why people don’t die when they get dunked on. This, and a lot more on a PACKED Raptors Weekly.
Looking back at the 20 minutes of actual action in the 72 hours that is the NBA All-Star Weekend. And Raptors talk.
Andrew and Zarar convene after the Spurs win and celebrate the inevitability that was James Johnson entering the starting lineup.
The Super Bowl isn’t big enough to stop an airing of Raptors Weekly. The podders blast through topics like a winter snowstorm going through the Six.
Tim Chisholm swings by the RR headquarters with a bag full of opinions on how the season’s been going.
After a week away the boys are back. On this episode Nick and Barry discuss the Atlantic Division Champs and the road to the upcoming playoffs. Seems like the team is still in quite a bit of trouble… The guys talk about it.
On this weeks Talking Raptors, Nick and Barry reunite to discuss the tumultuous times in Raptor Land. They attempt to find reasons for the recent slump and try to navigate through the recent ongoing problems with the team.
After a short hiatus due to travel, the guys are back once again. On this weeks episode of Talking Raptors, Nick and Barry fall right back into their groove. They chat about the struggling Raps and about some interesting things going on in the league.
For the second year in the row, the guys at Talking Raptors return to the “Talking Raptors Space Station” for an All Star extravaganza. Nick and Barry welcome friend of the show and fan favourite, Curt Russo back to the podcast. They discuss the All Star break/festivities and make some second half predictions.
On this weeks episode of Talking Raptors, Nick and Barry are joined by a special guest. Editor In Chief for Exclaim Magazine, James Keast joins the guys to talk Raptors ball.
After being separated on different tours, Nick and Barry have converged once again to give you their thoughts and opinions on things in Raptor land.
DeMar’s back. Time to right this ship. Nick and Barry welcome friend of the show and all around great guy, Gareth Wheeler.
The first Talking Raptors episode of 2015! So Happy New Year! Nick and Barry sit down and discuss the Raptors rocky road trip.
With an exciting and dominating win over the Clippers, the Raptors are soaring high. So the guys take some time to check out some behind the scene stuff going on with the team.
This week Nick and Barry welcome a special guest, writer,producer and all around great guy Curt Russo (MTV, Comedy Network,TSN).
Post-game quotes and audio from the Raptors win against the Rockets.
Here’s audio from Dwane Casey, Lou Williams, Jonas Valanciunas and DeMar DeRozan after Toronto lost 120-112 to Cleveland.
Here’s audio from Dwane Casey, Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan and Patrick Patterson after Golden State beat Toronto 113-89.
Here’s audio from Dwane Casey, DeMar DeRozan, Lou Williams and Kyle Lowry after Toronto held on to beat Washington 95-93.
Here’s audio from Dwane Casey, DeMar DeRozan, Kyle Lowry and Patrick Patterson after Toronto shocked the LA Clippers 123-107.
Here’s audio from Dwane Casey, Greivis Vasquez, DeMar DeRozan and Lou Williams after Toronto beat Sacramento 119-102.
Here’s audio from Dwane Casey, James Johnson and DeMar DeRozan after Toronto’s 110-89 loss to Atlanta.
Here’s audio from Dwane Casey, DeMar DeRozan and Lou Williams after Toronto beat Philly 100-84.
Here’s audio from Dwane Casey, Patrick Patterson, and Greivis Vasquez after Toronto lost 103-95 to Charlotte.
Audio from Derek Fisher, Dwane Casey, Patrick Patterson, Greivis Vasquez and James Johnson after Toronto’s 118-108 win over New York.
The Doctor Is In
Is the “Road to 50″ wins a dead end? Can the Raptors save the season? Or is all hope lost and now its time to look at the Final Four for ideas about the NBA draft and start to prepare for next season?
Is 50-wins still on track? Just one of the many topics covered by the Worlwide Roundtable.
This week on the return of The Doctor is In with Phdsteve, I have called in the boys from the world wide roundtable to talk ball and we have a discussion about the 2014-2015 Toronto! Joined by my brother Mike (who knows college basketball), Greg Mason (the brain from the south), and Blair Miller from The Fifth Quarter Blog.
Steve and the crew react to a night which took everyone by surprise, even Bruno Caboclo.
The Big Board sees a makeover as the draft inches closer. New faces aplenty but who ends up in Toronto. The Doc lets you in on what’s up.
The Doc returns with Version 2.0 of the Toronto Raptors Draft Big Board with changes aplenty.
We branch out to explore the marketplace and play a game that really can help divert you away from hours of real work!
The Doctor unveils the draft season’s first Big Board as the crew give their view on the NBA draft, the combine, and what the Raptors need to do.
What did we take from the season?
Time has passed but the hurt still remains. Mike and Blair join me to take a few moments to go back and relive the highs and lows of the greatest season in team history.