The Hoop Ball Toronto team goes over a couple of disappointing losses as the Raptors adjust to some new faces on the squad while facing off against a familiar one.
The guys discuss a busy trade deadline day around the NBA while the Raps end their losing streak with a beatdown of the Nuggets.
The guys discuss another crushing defeat, more post covid shortcomings and whether or not the Raps should be buyers or sellers at the fast approaching trade deadline.
The guys are LIVE! Join us for the brand new HoopBall Toronto Raptors show with Brendan, Kieran and Ben taking you in depth on the Raps all season long! In the debut episode, the trio dives into the Raptors loss to Cleveland and what the upcoming trade deadline might mean for the team!
The Raptors surprised everyone as they have a better winning percentage so far this year compared with their championship season in 2019. Let's take a broad overview of their season so far.
The defending champs were supposed to take a step back without Kawhi Leonard, but the Raptors just keep on defying expectations.
The Raptors have been praised for being "innovative" on defense, but the reality is a lot simpler than that. They're just happy to test things out.
The Raptors went 3-2 against some tough opponents, but the real victory won't be measured in the standings.
OG Anunoby's play is representative of the Raptors as a whole, where defense comes first and offense remains a promising work in progress.
The Raptors were always destined to sign Pascal Siakam. Why his max contract makes sense, and why the Raptors did the right thing in passing up short-term flexibility.
With preseason mercifully upon us, we've picked one thing to keep an eye on as the exhibition games play out. We'll try to find meaning in certain areas for each team in the league.
The Raptors may go down as the league's unlikeliest champions, which is why their story is worth remembering
The Raptors have been unfazed so far, but the test only gets tougher from here
The Raptors are steadfast in playing their way, and do not look ready to lose that battle of wills