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Video Compilation: DeMar DeRozan Scoring vs Portland Trailblazers (36 points, 14-29 FG)

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DeMar DeRozan’s strong performance in Portland brought the Raptors back from 19 down in the third quarter to take the lead, only to fall short in the end.


Raptors Show Great Spirit But Improbable Comeback Ends in Tears

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The Raptors done us proud in a loss. They come back from 19-down in Portland only for tragedy to strike late and lose 106-103.


Raptors lose to Blazers 109-98

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The Raptors drop their 5th game in a row, 109-98 to the Blazers. The game wasn’t even as close as the score may indicate.


Gameday: Raptors vs Blazers – Feb. 24/10

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Bosh a game-time decision as the Raptors host the Blazers at the ACC tonight at 7pm.


Free Agency, Day 2: Lots of Action, But More of the Same for the Raptors

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Get used to this, I’ll be asking/saying this phrase a lot this summer. Today’s recap: Pistons Signed Ben Gordon to a 5r/$55mil contract. Signed Charlie Villanueva to a 5yr/$35-$40mil contract.


Talking Draft with Chris Denker Part 2

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Tricky Ricky. Some of the comments your readers had after our first set of questions were great and I feel they deserve a proper response. I wish I could respond to everyone but you have such a great following on Raptors Republic that I think I’d be writing until well after the draft


Raps outlast Blazers to exact sweet revenge

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Portland Trailblazers 109, Toronto Raptors 116 (2OT) The biggest gaffe of this game wasn’t Jamario Moon fouling Travis Outlaw on a four point play which tied the game. It was the Raptors NOT fouling Brandon Roy when he rebounded the ball in the first overtime inside the arc with the clock ticking down and the   …Continue Reading


A 7 point 4th quarter lead on the road needs to be valiantly protected, not Darrick Martinized!

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Toronto Raptors 96, Portland Trailblazers 101 This one hurt real bad. It hurt bad because we had a chance to win it and should have won it. We shot ourselves in the foot by playing bad fourth quarter defense and not putting our best players on the court at the right time. The momentum of   …Continue Reading


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