Toronto Raptors
  • trending arrow

    @bball_ref: Leaders in Attendance (per game): 1. #Sixers 2. #Mavs 3. #Raptors 4. #Bulls 5. #Heat Bottom 5: 26. #Grizzlies 27. #Hawks 28…

  • trending arrow

    @JabariJYoung: First few remarks from DeMar as #Spurs have arrived in Toronto ... #Raptors @TheAthleticNBA

  • trending arrow

    @Sportsnet: [email protected]_DeRozan says he's happy in San Antonio, but he still keeps in touch with his former #Raptors teammates.

  • @PopoChung7: Jeremy Lin, First Impressions and an All-Star Revelation @JLin7 ?1st impressions of Toronto, how he ended up in Lowry's cl…

  • @TheRealDealwDA: New EP! (FT - @courtney110979) Apple Podcasts: Spreaker: Podomatic:…

  • @StarSports: With the team’s 25th anniversary coming next season, that might be a logical time to bestow some permanent honour on player…

  • @_raptors_nation: DeMar DeRozan should be in store for a huge ovation #Raptors #Wethenorth

  • @dgontheroad: Check out my piece summarizing DeMar DeRozan's contributions to the Toronto Raptors, and previewing his return to the town…

  • @_raptors_nation: It may take some time to get used to it, Jeremy Lin. #WeTheNorth #Raptors

  • @SouthOfThe6ix: HERE WE GO! The #Toronto @Raptors return from the All Star break to host the @spurs in what will be an emotional night f…

  • @SA_Spurs_Nation: #Spurs legend David Robinson threw some shade at #Raptors star Kawhi Leonard because of his trade request to San Anton…

  • @AWBirder: One of the best-looking harriers in the world. Male Pied Harrier. One of 25 sat on the ground in front of me with over 100 ot…

  • @usabetting: Today's #NBA Betting Picks: San Antonio Spurs vs Toronto #Raptors Preview + Predictions (7pm ET) ->

  • @AtTheLinePod: The @Spurs are back in action on Friday in Toronto! To get yourself ready for the game, listen to the latest #AtTheLine w…

  • @watchinthesky: Visitor this rainy morning - not very big, dip in the tail, smallish head - sooo, young Sharp-shinned #hawk! Almost posi…

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • How to Watch the 2019 NBA All-Star Game Online for Free Today

    The 2019 NBA All-Star Game is today, and fans will get to see the matchup of Team LeBron vs. Team Giannis at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. The 2019 NBA All-Star Game marks the second straight year that the league has dumped its traditional West vs. East showdown and replaced it with teams picked by the two players from each conference with the most all-star votes. This year, the two NBA players with the most votes were LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers and Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks.
    18 Feb @ 7AM

    Link to site

  • People are really reading too much into Kawhi Leonard's comments about Toronto

    Kawhi Leonard might not stay with the Toronto Raptors past this season, and so fans are trying as hard as they can to ascertain which way the star is leaning on a daily basis. Leonard doesn't say much to media, and has a propensity to project a rather flat demeanor. All-Star Weekend is upon us, and Leonard has naturally been asked about how he feels about Toronto halfway through the season.
    18 Feb @ 1AM

    Link to site

  • Wizards' new-look rotation faces ultimate test in red-hot Raptors

    Back on Jan. 13, the Wizards were just over two weeks removed from the news John Wall would be lost for the season and they had won five of seven games. The Wizards kept winning for a while, but then bottomed out. Now, they enter their final meeting of this season with the Raptors having lost four of six games and with a new-look rotation they are still sorting out.
    14 Feb @ 10AM

    Link to site

  • Pascal Siakam goes haywire with career-high 44 points

    With his 44-point night in a win over the Wizards, Pascal Siakam has now broken his single-game career-high seven times this season.
    14 Feb @ 7AM

    Link to site

  • Chris Bosh explains why he decided to leave the Toronto Raptors

    One of best to ever toss on a Toronto Raptors uniform is now in reflection mode after making his retirement from the NBA official on Monday. Bosh hasn't played an NBA game since the 2015-16 season and hasn't suited up for a full campaign since 2013-14 due to a series of blood clots that derailed — and ultimately ended — his illustrious 13-year career. The 24-year-old spent more that half of those years with the Raptors after Toronto selected the forward with the fourth overall selection of the 2002 Draft.
    14 Feb @ 4AM

    Link to site

  • Marc Gasol was a human highlight factory in first Raptors home game

    Raptors fans got their first home-court taste of Marc Gasol on Monday, and it was delicious. Despite a bit of a rocky start to his first contest in Toronto by being left confused and essentially useless during Kyle Lowry's patented pregame ritual, Big Spain was anything but when he finally checked in to a roaring ovation from the Scotiabank Arena crowd. Gasol was relatively quiet until the fourth quarter, when he absolutely went off with several highlight-reel plays.
    14 Feb @ 2AM

    Link to site

  • Jeremy Lin gets green light from Jonas Valanciunas to wear No. 17 with Raptors

    Jeremy Lin is apparently ready to hit the court with the Toronto Raptors, even if he has yet to sign his new contract. The soon-to-be Raptor has taken to Instagram to announce that he'll be wearing No. when he officially signs with Toronto.
    13 Feb @ 11PM

    Link to site

  • Marc Gasol was extremely confused by Kyle Lowry's pregame ritual

    This was not one of those times for Marc Gasol. With all eyes on Big Spain ahead of his first home game in a Toronto Raptors uniform, the club's newest star was confronted with his first big test on Monday. Arguably the strangest and most hilarious routine in the Association, the Toronto point guard's  teammates graciously hit the floor and partake in various workout-mimicking antics while Lowry frees them one-by-one with the power of a theatrical handshake.
    13 Feb @ 6PM

    Link to site

  • Raptors agree to multi-year contract with Chris Boucher: report

    Following an eventful trade deadline day that left the Raptors' roster a few players short, the team has added some depth up the middle with a familiar face. Chris Boucher, who had been splitting time between Toronto and the Raptors 905 on a two-way deal, has signed a multi-year NBA contract that will convert the young centre into a full-time NBA player. More to come.
    10 Feb @ 11PM

    Link to site

  • This Week in US Sports: Trades, trades and more trades, no league left out

    The NBA trade deadline has come and gone and we are still recovering. MLB finally made a move and the NHL did not stay silent on the trade front either. The NBA trade deadline is always an adventure and Thursday's was no exception.
    9 Feb @ 2AM

    Link to site