On this week’s edition of RaptorBlog Radio, we discuss game-winners from DeMar DeRozan and Kyrie Irving, the never ending point guard saga in Toronto, how Rajon Rondo’s season-ending ACL tear changes things in the East and as always, we look ahead to a tough week that includes games against the Warriors, Hawks, Clippers and Heat.
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Posted by Joseph Casciaro under Alan Anderson, DeMar DeRozan, Jose Calderon, Kyle Lowry, Raptorblog Radio on Jan 28, 2013
Posted by Joseph Casciaro under Alan Anderson, Amir Johnson, DeMar DeRozan, Jose Calderon, Kyle Lowry, Orlando Magic, Recap, Terrence Ross on Jan 24, 2013
The Raptors finally came out on the right side of a close game, sweeping the season series with the Magic on a buzzer-beater from DeMar DeRozan.
Here are some thoughts on the game…
Posted by Joseph Casciaro under Aaron Gray, Alan Anderson, DeMar DeRozan, Dwane Casey, John Lucas III, Kyle Lowry, Miami Heat, Recap, Terrence Ross on Jan 23, 2013
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and the Heat proved too much for a resilient Raptors squad in Miami, but the Raptors did plenty of shooting themselves in the foot too.
Here are some thoughts on yet another heartbreaking loss…
Posted by Oliver Macklem under Aaron Gray, Alan Anderson, Andrea Bargnani, DeMar DeRozan, Dwane Casey, Ed Davis, Jose Calderon, Kyle Lowry, Landry Fields, Los Angeles Lakers, Recap on Jan 20, 2013
-The Lakers have been a terrible defensive team all season and that trend continued on Sunday morning as they gave up 108 points to the Raptors. This allowed Toronto to break a 27-game streak of losing when they allowed 100 points. Toronto was aided by a first half ejection of Dwight Howard but nonetheless it was refreshing to see certain members of the starting lineup play so well on the offensive end. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Joseph Casciaro under Alan Anderson, Amir Johnson, Chicago Bulls, DeMar DeRozan, Ed Davis, Jose Calderon, Kyle Lowry, Quincy Acy, Recap on Jan 16, 2013
Kyle Lowry’s return to being Kyle Lowry continued, but the Basketball Gods decided that we still haven’t seen enough heartbreaking losses at home, as the Raptors fell in a two-point overtime thriller in front of 18,674.
Here are some thoughts on the game: