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”

Lowry Lost, Oladipo Found: One Potential Offseason Strategy If the Raptors’ GOAT Walks Away

By Pete Baxter Kyle Lowry was heavily shopped around the league prior to the NBA trade deadline. Masai Ujiri, Bobby Webster and company in the Raptors’ front office were never able to find the ideal haul to ship their star point guard out of town. The 76ers, Lakers, Clippers and Heat were among the team’sContinue reading “Lowry Lost, Oladipo Found: One Potential Offseason Strategy If the Raptors’ GOAT Walks Away”