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Masai Ujiri and an Exit Strategy

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If it’s not broken, don’t fix it. It seems to be Masai Ujiri’s strategy to this point in Toronto, but it’s also clear he’s left himself an exit strategy.

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Raptors Escape Wiggins’ Home Debut with a Victory

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The buzz coming into Wednesday night presented the best of both worlds. Headlining the event was Andrew “Maple Jordan” Wiggins finally making his Canadian-soil debut, but lurking in the background was a chance for the Raptors to continue to chip away at their haunting inconsistencies. With the Timberwolves only healthy enough to manage an 8-man lineup,… Read more »

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Game Day: Wiggins Gets Some Home Cooking

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The Raptors have 15 games to reach 50 wins and Toronto’s own Andrew Wiggins is standing in their way on his first visit to the Air Canada Centre as a professional NBA player.

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Gameday: Trail Blazers visit Toronto for a Sunday Night Showdown

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If the effort versus the Heat is any indication, buckle-up for tonight’s East-West clash against Portland. One that can be viewed as a pivotal point in the Raptors’ season. Which version of this squad will show up? The frustratingly stagnant troops who withered away nine of their previous ten, or the ball-moving, revenue-sharing Raps who… Read more »

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March Madness: Raptors Style

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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 »