What Would Einstein Say About the Raptors Trading for Rudy Gay?

At around the same time I found out about the Raptors acquiring Rudy Gay, my oldest daughter ran to me in tears after discovering one of her guinea pigs had expired sometime while she was at school. It was sad in a very ironic way. Let me say, though, that one of the hardest things [...]

The Raptors PG Situations and Trade Proposal Tuesday (Edition #2)

I couldn’t pass up the Kyle Lowry to Boston trade rumours, as well as the boys over on Raptor Blog Radio talking about the latest point guard “controversy” in Toronto. First off, the latest PG controversy. In what has seemingly become a yearly tradition in Toronto, there are now questions about whether Calderon should replace [...]

Why the Raptors Can’t Win Close Games

Taking a break from my long awaited second part of my series on Bryan Colangelo’s three major flaws (it’s coming very soon- be patient), I wanted to look at the Raptors struggles to close out games. One game after seemingly getting the monkey off their back with the first game winning buzzer beater by a [...]

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