Will Lou and Blake Murphy discuss some players they would consider not giving up in a possible trade package for Kevin Durant.
It is not enough to just celebrate Canada Day. Being Canadian means celebrating the country we reside but also means making our country the best place to live for all. The Toronto Raptors celebrate today, and all the people that make up our community. We use today to reflect and educate ourselves on the experiences of Indigenous, racialized, and marginalized communities, and the impact they have made in what it truly means to be Canadian. #WeTheNorth
Michael Grange joins The Raptors Show with Will Lou to discuss if Toronto has any interest in bringing back Jakob Poeltl and if there are any other potential mid-level targets.
Will Lou and Vivek Jacob go over the pros and cons of the Raptors and Fred VanVleet possibly agreeing on an extension.
Will Lou and Blake Murphy discuss how Chris Boucher and Thad Young’s prospects look in free agency.
The Top 6 wilding endings from the 2021-22 NBA Playoffs. 0:00 - Nets vs Celtics, Game 2 3:35 - 76ers vs Raptors, Game 3 7:40 - Mavericks vs Jazz, Game 4 12:15 - Timberwolves vs Grizzlies, Game 5 16:50 - Bucks vs Celtics, Game 5 21:47 - Warriors vs Celtics, Game 4 Stay up-to-date on news, live scores and stats with the NBA App:https://app.link.nba.com/-App22
Asad Alvi joins Will Lou on The Raptors Show to discuss how far the Toronto Raptors are away from being in contention for a championship?
Life Coach and Motivational Speaker, Coach Carey shares what Pride means to her and how active allyship can help drive change.
Savanna Hamilton, Paul Jones, and Sherman Hamilton break down the 2022 NBA Draft and the Raptors' selection Christian Koloko. Amy Audibert looks at the Canadians selected in the draft.
Oren Weisfeld joins The Raptors Show to discuss how Christian Koloko will fit with the Toronto Raptors after he was taken with the 33rd pick in the NBA Draft.
Christian Koloko addresses media following being drafted in the second round.
Toronto Raptors General Manager Bobby Webster speaks with the media following the 2022 NBA Draft.
Nick Nurse speaks with the media following the 2022 NBA Draft.
Raptors Head Coach Nick Nurse joins The Raptors Show and talks about how he balances the team’s offence between players.
Warriors Assistant Coach Jama Mahlalela joins The Raptors Show to talk about being part of the Golden State’s championship season.
Game 1 against the 76ers couldn’t have gone worse, but things are never out of reach for Toronto.It’s often said that the first contest in a best-of-seven series is a feel-out game, and in the case of the Raptors—who got blasted by Philadelphia this past weekend in Game 1—they’ll likely need that to be the case.In the series opener, Toronto had a Murphy’s Law sort of performance on defense: Just about anything that could go wrong did go wrong.The Raptors’ intricate web on D, like the countless inner parts of a pricey wristwatch, accomplished its main objective, holding scoring champ Joel Embiid and future Hall of Famer James Harden to just 11-of-32 from the field combined.But in throwing so much attention at that duo to suppress its scoring, the Sixers’ other players had a field day, with guard Tyrese Maxey logging a playoff-career-high 38 points and Tobias Harris having 26 points on just 14 shots.Philadelphia, which hit 16 of its 32 triples on the afternoon, finished with 29 assists and didn’t commit a single turnover until the third period.Adding to Toronto’s misery: Versatile Rookie of the Year candidate Scottie Barnes (sprained ankle), veteran forward Thaddeus Young (sprained thumb) and sharpshooting guard Gary Trent Jr.
With the All-Star break upon us, let’s dive into the players and teams that have stood out—in good and bad ways—in the first half.View the original article to see embedded media.As we pull into the NBA season’s official rest stop, plenty has surprised us.Klay Thompson had an audacious return to the Warriors.