Tim Chisholm swings by the RR headquarters with a bag full of opinions on how the season’s been going.
"The Rapcast" has been a staple of Raptors Republic for years. Raptors Republic runs four podcasts, with one of them, The Doctor Is In with PhdSteve currently on hiatus.
- 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 (currently on hiatus)
Andrew and Zarar maneuver their way through a terrible week and ponder where it’s all gone wrong, and more importantly, how to rescue a season of promise that is falling apart faster than a Dwane Casey drawn play.
The King of the Morning Coffee joins the pod as we keep it light after a light week, and muse on Matt Devlin, Facebook, and the upcoming schedule which features the East’s elite, bottom, and in between teams.
The podders reflection of a winless week includes an examination of what’s up with Dwane Casey’s infatuation with getting killed on defense.
Packed with more stats than a Hollinger piece. Blake and Zarar examine the Raptors charge through the West and wonder when someone will pinch us.
Matt Shantz makes his podcast debut on the backdrop of a 4-0 week, and a telling roadtrip looming. It’s a pod that features everything incluidng Lou Williams’s romance with Cate Blanchett.
Tamberlyn and Zarar discuss the Knicks game, the week that was, fans calling for Casey’s head, and building a buffer before the big trip.
The 2-1 week serves as the backdrop for Will and Andrew returning to the pod and talking how the Raptors fare in the wide open East. The only thing longer than the topic list is the list of complaints lodged against Terrence Ross.
The two-game slump hasn’t dampened the mood on the pod, well, maybe a little bit, but we took it out on Terrence Ross and now feel much better.
The Raptors complete two tough tests against Phoenix and Atlanta, before they face the daunting task of stopping the Mavericks. Oh, there’s also Kobe.
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).
With the team still soaring, Nick and Barry check out some of the more interesting, behind the scene stories going on in Raptor Land.
Nick and Barry bask in the glory of being on top of the league.
With the Raps off to a 4-1 start, Nick and Barry are back to give you their thoughts on the past 5 games. The season is in full swing and so are the guys.
Nick and Barry are back! Sort of… They are in podcast preseason, working out the kinks and getting in game shape for the fast approaching season.
Nick and Barry run down what’s happening in summer league and on summer vacations as the Raptors enter LSVL’S playoff rounds.
Fresh out of the Talking Raptors studios, the boys make their offseason return. It’s been a while since they’ve last been on the airwaves. Some wounds have healed and some could potentially be ripped right open.
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.
Here’s audio from Dwane Casey, Patrick Patterson, Lou Williams, Jonas Valanciunas, Roy Hibbert and David West after Toronto’s win over Indiana.
Here’s audio from Dwane Casey, Patrick Patterson, Lou Williams, Brian Shaw and Kyle Lowry after Toronto’s 112-107 win over Denver.
Here’s audio from Dwane Casey and Amir Johnson after Toronto’s 105-91 loss to Cleveland.
Here’s audio from Dwane Casey, Kyle Lowry, Patrick Patterson, Greivis Vasquez and Rick Carlisle after Toronto’s 106-102 loss to Dallas.
Here’s audio from Dwane Casey, Kyle Lowry and Lou Williams after Toronto hung on to beat Phoenix 104-100. Grab the iTunes feed or check us out on Stitcher on Android. There is also the plain old feed. You can also download the file (08:52, 8 MB). Or just listen below:
Here’s audio from Dwane Casey, Bruno Caboclo, DeMar DeRozan, Greivis Vasquez and Jonas Valanciunas after Toronto’s 124-83 win over Milwaukee.
The Doctor Is In
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.
The Raptors head to Brooklyn looking to close out the Nets in a hostile setting.
Remember the pain, it will turn to pleasure soon. Soon.
The Raptors head to Brooklyn looking for Terrence Ross and Tyler Hansbrough to show their playoff mettle.