Bursting into the NBA world in 1995 as part of the league’s growth, Toronto travelled the same road as many expansion teams during its first few years: by sucking.
After early progression, the city started to get behind the Raptors when Vince Carter became half-man, half-amazing and dominated one of the greatest All Star Slam Dunk contests of all time. While he left shortly after, the seed was planted and a love of basketball blossomed and remained in Canada.
In 2019 the Raptors won their first championship and millions attended the championship parade.
With the distractions of the All-Star break out of the way, Huw Hopkins looks at who is making a second half push in the MVP race
Huw Hopkins looks at what Damian Lillard’s antics did as candidates for the MVP award jostle for position going into the All-Star break
Moves have been made, but the bigger trades are yet to be made. Tom Hall breaks down some 3s and 4s that could be next
Toronto’s total team performance last night isn’t just a one-off, it’s been happening all season
As Double Clutch’s look back over the 2010s, the team take a look at who were the NBA’s best defensive players of the decade
With some of the usual top teams and players out of the way, a new crop of MVP candidates are breaking into the conversation this year for Huw Hopkins
The Toronto Raptors won their first championship last season behind the powers of Kawhi Leonard. With Kawhi now gone, everything has changed.
Matthew Wellington and Mike Miller discuss Kawhi Leonard’s decision to join the Los Angeles Clippers. His powers of persuasion; the Clippers year-long pursuit and what this move means for the NBA as a whole. Also, is there an overriding lesson to learn from Leonard’s decision? And more.
Matthew Wellington, Mike Miller and Joe Hulbert are back to recap the NBA Finals and discuss the Lakers’ acquisition of Anthony Davis.