The Raptors’ opening night didn’t go exactly the way the team’s fans would have wanted, losing 98-93 to the new-look New York Knicks, but the Toronto faithful are still supportive of their club.
After a close loss to the New York Knicks in game one of the Raptors’ season it was apparent Toronto missed the presence of their former star forward Chris Bosh.
The five-time all-star didn’t share the same sentiment towards his former team, though.
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With training camp less than a week away the Toronto Raptors may be searching the free agent pool to fill a gaping hole in the middle.
After a summer filled with newfound publicity for former Raptors star Chris Bosh, the latest headlines containing his name have him paired with infamous Canadian doctor Anthony Galea.
After an off-season rampant with change for the Toronto Raptors, they look to usher in a new era starting with the opening of training camp on October 1.
Andrea Bargnani earned his first double-double of the campaign and Toronto managed to hold off a late surge from the visiting Detroit Pistons to defeat them 110-99 on Wednesday night.
Heading into their fourth game of the season the Raptors know it’s time to start focusing on defence Wednesday night (7 p.m. ET) as they host the Detroit Pistons.
The Toronto Raptors look to win their second in a row Friday night (8 p.m. ET) as they face the Grizzlies in Memphis.
In what was expected to be a showcase between two stars from the 2003 NBA draft, a 2006 draftee ended up stealing the show.