There’s DeMar DeRozan and after that there’s…er…Terrence Ross, no wait, Norman Powell?
The Raptors enter the new season having replaced their backup point with one of championship pedigree, and added a third stringer capable of playing multiple positions. And there’s also Kyle Lowry.
Can you smell that? That’s what actual basketball talk sounds like. Will joins the pod as we review and rank the Eastern conference from the bottom-up.
The podcast can’t stop, won’t stop. Andrew and Zarar blast through Twitter questions like a hot knife through butter, and hand out more predictions than a panicking psychic.
The summer months are getting to NBA fans, but there are 10 things to look forward to for the Raptors this season.
Andrew and Zarar take you deep into Raptors history, folklore, legend, and myth, as they run down moments that are forever etched in a Raptors fans mind, whether good or bad. We try to recall memories that our subconscious remembers only for our tongues to fail us.
Since the moment his signature hit the paper, Cory Joseph has been thought by many to have been overpaid due to his citizenship. But is it true?
Taking a look at what the future holds. Featuring what’s next for DeMar DeRozan. Along with the musical stylings of Compton’s finest.
The Raptors’ 21st season is approaching and it’s set up to be a beauty. With an upgraded roster and the NBA All Star weekend coming to the city there is much for Raptor fans to be excited about.
Andrew Wiggins and Raptors Cory Joseph lead Team Canada into FIBA Americas looking to continue their international ascent by earning an 2016 Olympic berth.
Will and Zarar take you through the last week of August and into September with talk of Tristan Thompson’s future, DeMarre Carroll’s present, helluva lot more, and even a peek across Europe in a way that’s unusual to the pod.
Raptors go 47-35 on the year, finish fifth in the East, face Washington in the first round.
Masai Ujiri has become surprisingly content with the status quo.
The Raptors are slated to go 23-18 in the first half of the season.
No guests? No problem. Here’s 40 minutes of lukewarm radio goodness.