By Zarar Siddiqi
There’s no stopping the 11-2 Raptors as they send a signal of intent with a clean sweep of the week, with victims including LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Recorded right after the Miami loss, the pod reflects on the decision and indecisions that cost us a 3-0 week. We look back at trends over the first week’s games against Atlanta, Orlando, and Miami, and of course, preview the 4-game week ahead.
The Raptors had seven players in double-figured in a gritty opening night win against the Atlanta Hawks. 82-0 is in effect.
By Ryan McNeill
Select sound bytes from after the game.
By William Lou
Raptors on pace for 82-0.
The crowd was nuts to start the game, and Lowry even gave a speech. Here are your 2014-15 Toronto Raptors. See if you can figure out where Greivis Vasquez appears from.
The waiting is over. Bring on Al Horford and the Hawks to start the season.
By Andrew Thompson
The Raptors meander through 3 quarters of lazy play before remembering that they’re the team that actually wants to win games still.
The Raptors committed an array of errors to lose to the Hawks in Atlanta.
Go fix yourself a strong drink. Raptors lose nail-biter thanks to questionable decisions from DeRozan and Casey.