Counting Down the Raptors’ Top Ten Shooting Guards of All Time

By Pete Baxter Having previously counted down the top five point guards in Toronto Raptors’ franchise history, it is time to jump right in and take a look at the greatest shooting guards to ever grace Raptors’ purple (or black or gold or red or white). To be honest, this list began as a topContinue reading “Counting Down the Raptors’ Top Ten Shooting Guards of All Time”

Counting Down the Five Greatest Raptors Point Guards of All Time

By Pete Baxter Through the Raptors 2.5 decades of existence, they have had some exciting highs, none greater than their 2018 NBA Championship victory. The Raptors and their fans have also battled through some of the deepest lows you can imagine, as a struggling, fledgling franchise through the late 90s and mired with such disfunctionContinue reading “Counting Down the Five Greatest Raptors Point Guards of All Time”

Six of the Greatest Rebounders Casual NBA Fans May Have Never Heard Of

By Pete Baxter Today I would like to give a shoutout to one of the most underrated, underappreciated player types in basketball: the rebounding specialist. It can be a dirty, violent job. They play hard in the trenches where elbows fly and noses shatter. These unsung heroes don’t get the attention and admiration that comesContinue reading “Six of the Greatest Rebounders Casual NBA Fans May Have Never Heard Of”

The Raptors Should Trade for Myles Turner Right Now

By Pete Baxter According to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, the Indiana Pacers, at 10-16 and long since stuck in the purgatory of NBA mediocrity, are “receptive in trade dialogue with rival teams” around the key veterans that have made up their core in recent years (Pacers potentially move to rebuild, receptive to trade talks onContinue reading “The Raptors Should Trade for Myles Turner Right Now”

Four Reasons for Raptors Fans to Be Excited Despite Up-and-Down Start to Season

By Pete Baxter After a strong 6-3 start to the season, the post-Kyle Lowry Toronto Raptors have lost three of their past four games. Two of these losses saw them fall short against the Boston Celtics and Brooklyn Nets, despite the return of their All-Star forward Pascal Siakam after his recovery from a June shoulderContinue reading “Four Reasons for Raptors Fans to Be Excited Despite Up-and-Down Start to Season”

Four Updated Predictions for the Raptors 2021/22 Season

By Pete Baxter The Toronto Raptors have kicked off their first season of the post-Kyle Lowry era with a solid 5-3 start. Perhaps most impressive is the fact that they have accomplished this early push while playing without last year’s number one option and their max-salary franchise player, Pascal Siakam. This 5-3 start has themContinue reading “Four Updated Predictions for the Raptors 2021/22 Season”