Where Should the Raptors Play in 2020/21?

By Pete Baxter Due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, having an NBA team operate out of Canada next season will be impossible.  Along with the mandatory 14-day quarantine that the team would face each time they exit and return to the country, any visiting team would need a special exemption from the Canadian government alongContinue reading “Where Should the Raptors Play in 2020/21?”

The Carson Wentz Conundrum

By Pete Baxter What to do with Carson Wentz? To help put things in perspective and answer that question, let’s take a quick look at the trajectory of this man’s career. Carson Wentz started off with a solid rookie year, headlined by a rookie record 379 pass completions and a franchise record 607 pass attempts.Continue reading “The Carson Wentz Conundrum”

There Is No NBA Mount Rushmore. Maybe a Mount Everest?

It is officially time that we retire the old “NBA Mount Rushmore Argument.” Trying to nail down a true top four of all time NBA greats is not an objectively possible task. There are at least four players alone within the past two decades who deserve to be a part of that conversation, let aloneContinue reading “There Is No NBA Mount Rushmore. Maybe a Mount Everest?”

Is Donovan McNabb Hall of Fame Worthy?

This may not be a popular opinion, but I honestly believe that McNabb should be Hall of Fame bound. McNabb took a career that started with the low point of a barrage of boos from rabid Philly fans on draft night after a standout, dual sport college career at Syracuse, to the peak of sixContinue reading “Is Donovan McNabb Hall of Fame Worthy?”

The Benching of Ryan Fitztragic

Just over a week ago, it was reported that journeyman and fan (as well as locker room) favorite Ryan Fitzpatrick would be going to the bench in favor of highly touted rookie Tua Tagovailoa. The Dolphins had famously “tanked for Tua” and took him with the number 5 overall pick in this year’s draft. TuaContinue reading “The Benching of Ryan Fitztragic”

Raptors Offseason 2020: No Kawhi-watch this year, but still some calls to make…

It’s been a hell of a ride for the Raptors over the past two seasons. Kawhi dropping by for a quick title before leaving for warmer, less successful and far more unstable waters in LA. A COVID-shortened-season-turned-bubble experiment that saw shocking success in the regular season lead to playoff disappointment. What can possibly be nextContinue reading “Raptors Offseason 2020: No Kawhi-watch this year, but still some calls to make…”