(By: Jackson Farough) “If you’re looking to the future, you’re gonna trip over the present” – Kawhi Leonard. Kawhi Leonard is different than any other player in the NBA. He rarely shows expression, doesn’t care about the money or stardom that comes with playing in the NBA (He still drives an old Chevrolet Tahoe) and could also become the first and only true superstar to … Continue reading The Kawhi Leonard Sweepstakes: Will the Raptors finally defy the odds?
(By: Libaan Osman) The 67th annual NBA All-Star Game was decided in the final seconds as Team LeBron narrowly escaped with a 148-145 win over Team Stephen at the Staples Centre Sunday night. In attempts to raise the competitiveness, this year’s All-Star Game saw a format change. Instead of playing conference versus conference like previous years, a pool of players were chosen by the fans … Continue reading The 2018 NBA All-Star Game was actually a close game
(By: Stephanie Liu) Toronto Raptors players DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry will take part in the 67th annual NBA All-Star Game this Sunday, Feb. 18. The power duo were drafted by Golden State Warriors’ point guard Stephen Curry, and will be playing alongside James Harden and Giannis Antetokounmpo to name a few. Curry’s team will face off against the team assembled by Cleveland Cavaliers’ star … Continue reading Raptors will be well represented in this year’s NBA All-Star Game
(By: Max Correia) Over 18,000 fans gather at the Air Canada Centre (ACC) one Sunday night to watch the Toronto Raptors play the Washington Wizards. While every fan’s eyes are looking at home court, there’s another show going on down in the parking garage. Dan Gladman sits calmly in the broadcast truck making sure the Raptors broadcast is playing out according to his vision. Gladman … Continue reading Dan Gladman: The name you should know as a Raptors fan
(By: Tasala Tahir) On the fourth floor of a building in downtown Toronto is a room – just about the size of a master bedroom – with one glass wall clear enough to make you think twice about doing anything embarrassing because people outside can see your every move. In here, sit three men and one woman at their computer desks with their eyes glued … Continue reading From Ryerson to the War Room