The city of Toronto is notorious for a number of reasons. Whether or not it is truly worthy of its “No.1″ status is up for debate, but there is a definite downside. To get specific, well, how about our horrendous public transit system, the outrageous maintenance-fees on condos with shoddy construction, or the judge of… Read more »
As one scrolls through the Republic’s Morning Coffee, it will quickly sink in that today officially holds the potential for a substantial change in the Raps’ roster. The NBA trade deadline has finally arrived, and it undoubtedly holds more significance to this city than in years past. This just got real. But Will That Reality… Read more »
We are in the midst of a much more active trading season than the one that lead into the 2014 trade deadline last February. From Rajon Rondo to J.R. Smith to Corey Brewer to Timofey Mozgov to whatever we’re calling the Josh Smith saga, this has been a feverishly active lead-up to mid-February, with no real signs of slowdown on the horizon.
Here’s a recap of the interview on TSN 1050 – the interesting quote was about expectation management for fans regarding the development of Terrence Ross and Jonas Valanciunas: On good teams, you’re not going to see a big jump from a Terrence or a Jonas. They’re not going to go from 12 points to 19 points a game. They’re not… Read more »