With the three-team trade that brought Rudy Gay to Toronto now more than 24 hours old, let’s dive into some news and notes following the blockbuster…
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Posted by Joseph Casciaro under Andrea Bargnani, Ben Uzoh, DeMar DeRozan, Dwane Casey, Ed Davis, John Lucas III, Jose Calderon, Kyle Lowry, Rudy Gay on Jan 31, 2013
Posted by Joseph Casciaro under Ben Uzoh, Bryan Colangelo, DeMar DeRozan, Jonas Valanciunas, Kyle Lowry, Landry Fields, Terrence Ross on Aug 15, 2012
One of the cool features ESPN provides for their “Insider” subscribers is the Future Rankings. Chad Ford and John Hollinger use their analysis of each franchise’s players, management, money, market and expected draft positioning to put together a ranking of how they believe teams will fare in the future.
The most recently released Future Rankings project how teams will stack up between 2013 and 2016. If you’re a Raptors fan and take Ford and Hollinger’s words as bond, you won’t like what they have to say.
Posted by Joseph Casciaro under Aaron Gray, Ben Uzoh, Ed Davis, Jonas Valanciunas, Landry Fields, Summer League, Terrence Ross on Jul 20, 2012
The Raptors finished the NBA’s Las Vegas Summer League with a 2-3 record, but for the hundredth time, Summer League isn’t about numbers, records and statistics. For us, it should be about trying to get a grasp on certain players’ NBA talents.
So what have we learned over the last week?
Posted by Joseph Casciaro under Ben Uzoh, Ed Davis, Kyle Lowry, Landry Fields, Summer League, Terrence Ross on Jul 18, 2012
Terrence Ross wowed the crowd, continued to show off his silky smooth game and ultimately helped the Raptors earn their first Summer League victory.
Here are some quick thoughts on the game:
Posted by Joseph Casciaro under Ben Uzoh, Ed Davis, Summer League, Terrence Ross on Jul 16, 2012
Ed Davis and Terrence Ross appeared to be the only players on the court for the Raptors for the majority of this game, as Toronto fell to 0-3 in Summer League action.
If you want to know how bad this game was, the NBA TV broadcast team, which included Sam Mitchell, spent the entire second half trying to convince us that the Raptors were “still in this game,” despite the deficit fluctuating between 12 and 20.
Here are some quick thoughts: