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Fred VanVleet
Club
Toronto Raptors
Nationality
Wichita State
Date Of Birth
25 February 1994
Position
G
Height
6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
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  • @Stat4Stat: Points per possession allowed in Pick & Roll ball handler Defense this season (min. 100 possessions) Frank Ntilikina- 0.63…
    21 Jan @ 11AM

  • @Stat4Stat: Points per possession allowed in Pick & Roll ball handler Defense this season (min. 100 possessions) Frank Ntilikina- 0.63…
    21 Jan @ 10AM

  • @Stat4Stat: Points per possession allowed in Pick & Roll ball handler Defense this season (min. 100 possessions) Frank Ntilikina- 0.63…
    21 Jan @ 9AM

  • @Stat4Stat: Points per possession allowed in Pick & Roll ball handler Defense this season (min. 100 possessions) Frank Ntilikina- 0.63…
    21 Jan @ 9AM

  • @Stat4Stat: Points per possession allowed in Pick & Roll ball handler Defense this season (min. 100 possessions) Frank Ntilikina- 0.63…
    21 Jan @ 9AM

  • Raptors guard Fred VanVleet forced to leave Monday's game vs. 76ers with knee injury after hard block from Joel Embiid. http…
    15 Jan @ 7PM

  • Fred VanVleet; “I don’t make enough to talk about officiating calls.”
    14 Jan @ 1AM

  • Fred VanVleet tallies a career-high 22 pts (6-8 3PT) in the @Raptors win! #WeTheNorth https://t.co/DrHdQUDE54
    12 Jan @ 4PM

  • Fred VanVleet scores a career-high 22 to lead the @Raptors! #WeTheNorth https://t.co/5k4tYvQP4o
    12 Jan @ 12PM

  • Fred VanVleet cuts to the basket and dishes it off to Siakam for the #AssistOfTheNight! #WeTheNorth https://t.co/QQjQtfZCNZ
    12 Jan @ 6AM

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  • Adam Silver calls Donald Trump comments “An impetus to continue pushing forward”

    Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and as such several prominent NBA folks took a recent visit to the National Civil Rights Museum located at the former site of the Lorraine Hotel — the building where Dr. King was assassinated on April 4, 1968. The league is active around the national holiday, and most teams have already been wearing their MLK Day shirts and custom sneakers in recent games. Both Silver and NBPA Executive Director Michele Roberts (along with several players) were in Memphis — the location of the Lorraine Hotel — for the 50th anniversary of his death.
    15 Jan @ 3PM

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  • DeMar DeRozan: I would have requested trade from Raptors if they traded Kyle Lowry

    Raptors guards DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry have grown together as players and forged a deep, often–hilarious, friendship. My first year with Kyle, me and Kyle didn’t say a word to one another. The Raptors almost traded him to the Knicks during his second season in Toronto.
    15 Jan @ 1AM

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  • Durant Scores 25 In Win Vs. Raptors

    Kevin Durant scores 25 points in a win over the Toronto Raptors.
    14 Jan @ 7AM

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  • Raptors' Masai Ujiri on Trump's immigration comments: 'This cannot be the message that we accept'

    Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri is passed a ball for a photo shoot during media day in Toronto on Sept. 25, 2017. Masai Ujiri has traveled all over the world in his path to NBA front-office stardom as the president of basketball operations for the Toronto Raptors, but he’s never forgotten where the journey started: Zaria, a city in northern Nigeria, right in the heart of Africa.
    13 Jan @ 8PM

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  • Raptors president Ujiri proud of his 's***hole' country

    Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri felt compelled to respond to United States president Donald Trump's reported vulgar remark about immigrants from African nations. During a meeting with lawmakers about immigration, Trump reportedly asked why the United States would "want all these people from s***hole countries coming here". Ujiri, who grew up in Nigeria and emigrated to USA in 1993 to play college basketball, said he was proud of his heritage and slammed Trump's reported comment.
    13 Jan @ 8PM

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