Free agent power forward LaMarcus Aldridge is reportedly interested in the Raptors, the two parties will meet soon.
Steve Gennaro returns to the pod along with Andrew Thompson and we talk what happened and didn’t happen on draft night. There’s the analysis of the Delon Wright and Norman Powell picks, plenty of DeMar DeRozan contract talk, analysis of Al-Farouq Aminu, loads of free agency stuff, and lot more.
DeMar DeRozan’s alleged demands for a max contract need to be viewed in the context of a changing NBA and an increasing salary cap.
Greivis Vasquez’s shot-lived Toronto tenure saw him excite and frustrate, and in the end we didn’t see the best of him.
3 Takeaways: Vasquez deal was a coup, Wright is more than a “safe” pick, Raptors gain flexibility
The Raptors have picked my man, Delon Wright – a 6’6″ senior from Utah, with the 20th pick and he will play backup point guard as suggested here this morning.
The Bucks will take Greivis Vasquez into space, sending a future first and second round pick to Raptors.
Here’s the official RR prediction for tonight’s 2015 NBA draft.
The Doctor’s crew give their take on what the Raptors should be doing tonight. Have a listen, and stay tuned to RR for any Raptors-related developments.
At long last, the Toronto Raptors have secured their own D-League team. The franchise will be based in Mississauga at the Hershey’s Centre and will be named something along the lines of “Raptors905″, according to a report from Doug Smith of the Toronto Star.
Heading into tomorrow night’s draft, we’ve shed some thoughts on this week’s rumour mill.
Ujiri speaks: ‘We’re open for business,’ D-League, second-round picks, ‘Greivis says a lot of things’
General manager Masai Ujiri spoke Tuesday morning about being “open for business,” the D-League, the draft and Greivis Vasquez’s comments.
Vasquez tells the Venezuelan media that he’s drawing interest from the Timberwolves and Rockets.
We took the mic down to the Raptors Republic Summer Slam tournament and talked Raptors with Blake Murphy and a bunch of Raptors fans who had plenty to say about all things Raptors.
Learning from the Warriors, the mysterious Bruno Caboclo and for pete’s sake, the sky isn’t falling