The Draft and Free Agency have seemingly treated the Raptors well. With the Point Guard position receiving new additions, the present and future of the team’s floor generals are due for a discussion.
Looking at what’s out there and how the Raptors could shore up their power forward spot, if they decide to even do that.
The pod takes on the developments of the last week head-on.
Corey Joseph will be signing with the Raptors.
The reward for a Sixth Man of the Year campaign: 3-year, $21-million deal and a chance to chuck alongside Kobe and Swaggy.
To infinity and Biyombo!
The Raptors have finally set themselves up as real players in free agency. But will salary cap restrictions and income tax law ultimately prevent them doing so?
To Amir Johnson, my favorite Raptor of all time.
The Free Agency negotiation period has been open for just over 24 hours, and it already feels different than past years for the Toronto Raptors.
Even after the DeMarre Carroll deal, the Raptors are still in on Wes Matthews.
DeMarre Carroll cites Toronto fan-base and larger offensive roles as reasons behind signing with Raptors.
DeMarre Caroll is in. Could Wes Matthews or LaMarcus Aldridge follow?
DeMarre Carroll represents a significant free-agent coup for the Raptors, and there’s certainly more to come.
A successful draft was the first step, now Free Agency is on deck. With the current state of affairs in limbo, can redemption take place?
Alridge would take the Raptors to new heights