Taking a Closer Look: Amir Johnson

This article also appears on Raptor’s Republic. To view more articles written by me on Raptor’s Republic, please click here. When Amir Johnson decided to re-sign with the Raptors, back in 2010, and agreed to the 5 year, $30 million contract, many pundits and fans around the NBA quickly condemned the deal, feeling it was […]

Why It’s Worse Than You Might Think

Editor’s Note: This article also appears on Raptor’s Republic After winning against the Washington Wizards on Friday night, the Toronto Raptors sit with a 6-7 record atop the Atlantic Division. They have the sixth best record in the East and if the playoffs started today, they would be the fourth seed. Great news, right? Well, […]

Where Will Rudy Spend Christmas?

No, this isn’t a way-too-early puff piece about Rudy Gay showing up on Christmas morning at some lucky fan’s house. When Grantland’s Bill Simmons and Jalen Rose previewed the Raptor’s season, one of the things they agreed on was that Gay’s days in Toronto were numbered. Now this wasn’t exactly a revolutionary thought. Numerous publications, […]

Ranking the Centers/Centres

Note: This article also appears on Raptors Republic. After a bit of a break, here is the long overdue rankings for the centre/center position. You can read the point guard, shooting guard, small forward and power forward rankings. Now to be honest, I’m a little flummoxed about this ranking. No, it’s not because I have […]

Ranking the Power Forwards

After ranking the point guards, shooting guards and small forwards, we’re now on to the power forwards. Following a rather controversial ranking of the shooting guards, there was a lot less debate about the rankings of the small forwards. I had a conversation with some friends a while back, bemoaning the lack of quality, two-way power […]

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