Tag Archives: atlanta hawks

Reaction: Raptors 96, Hawks 86

by

Terrence Ross

The Raptors meander through 3 quarters of lazy play before remembering that they’re the team that actually wants to win games still.


Small Mistakes Add Up, Raptors Lose to Hawks in OT 113-118

by

amir-johnson

The Raptors committed an array of errors to lose to the Hawks in Atlanta.


Reaction: Raptors 113, Hawks 118

by

dwane casey coaching map

Go fix yourself a strong drink. Raptors lose nail-biter thanks to questionable decisions from DeRozan and Casey.


Gameday: Raptors at Hawks

by

Photo courtesy of John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters Picture

Previewing tonight’s game with Chris Barnewall and Bo Churney of HawksHoop.


Raptors Weekly Podcast, March 10 – Playoff Positioning, Herbert Hammers

by

DeMar DeRozan driving past Martin Gortat

Kyle Weldie of Truth About It and James Herbert from SBNation join the podcast to talk about just what lies ahead in the Eastern Conference playoff race.


Raptors Clearly Establish Their Place in the Eastern Conference

by

atlanta-hawks-demar-derozan

The Raptors show that a little effort can go a long way in an easy win over the Hawks.


Reaction: Hawks 83, Raptors 104

by

raptors-hawks

The Raptors beat the Hawks 103-84 as DeMar DeRozan led a strong third quarter.


Uncomfortable Coaching Questions Rise as Raptors Lose in ATL

by

lowrygayderozan

I don’t want to sound alarm bells after losing the second game of the season on the road, one which we were underdogs in to begin with.  The reality is that the Hawks, even on paper, are the better team and it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Raptors suffered defeat.


Gameday: Raptors @ Hawks, April 16

by

SmooveHorford1

The Optimism Tour continues tonight in Atlanta. The Toronto Raptors are in the midst of a good run to close out the season and it’s the best way to sell out hope for the 2013-14 campaign.


ATL Stomped

by

Al Horford

Last night, the Toronto Raptors treated us to a game that featured a tale of two halves: one good first half, and one bad second one.


Back to top

© Raptors Republic: ESPN TrueHoop Network Blog 2014