With the pre-season finale (thank God) set for Friday in Milwaukee, the Raptors received some good news on Thursday, as Kyle Lowry will be able to practice and play while recovering from a left ring finger tendon injury (though he’ll be out vs. the Bucks).
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Posted by Joseph Casciaro under Jonas Valanciunas, Julyan Stone, Kyle Lowry, Terrence Ross on Oct 24, 2013
Posted by Joseph Casciaro under All-Star, Amir Johnson, D.J. Augustin, DeMar DeRozan, Drake, Dwane Casey, Dwight Buycks, Jonas Valanciunas, Kyle Lowry, Landry Fields, Masai Ujiri, Media Day, MLSE, Tim Leiweke on Sep 30, 2013
With the most hyped and eventful Media Day in franchise history now behind us, I thought I’d share some notes and quotes from various players and others from Monday.
Before we get to the players, here are a few notes from Tim Leiweke’s post-presser scrum as well as Masai Ujiri’s and Dwane Casey’s scrums. Sorry, no Drizzy…
Posted by Joseph Casciaro under Andrea Bargnani, Kyle Lowry on Sep 20, 2013
The image above is from a 2013-14 Raptors game ticket (Raptors season ticket packages are beginning to arrive). Note the No. 7 on Kyle Lowry. And here’s a link to the Raptors’ roster on the team’s official website. Again, note the number listed for Lowry.
Posted by Joseph Casciaro under Alvin Williams, Kyle Lowry, Masai Ujiri, Tim Leiweke on Jun 17, 2013
As Tim Leiweke stressed the need for improvement for an organization that wasn’t good enough and Masai Ujiri talked about building his own small staff here in Toronto, many of us were able to foresee the organizational house cleaning around the corner. So when guys like Ed Stefanski and Jim Kelly were let go, I don’t think anyone around the team was exactly floored.
But I don’t know how many people saw this coming, as fans and media alike were surprised to hear the news on Monday that former fan-favourite Alvin Williams had been relieved of his duties as a scout. In addition, Doug Smith reports that CEO Tim Leiweke made the decision and that General Manager Masai Ujiri never spoke to Alvin.
Posted by Joseph Casciaro under Amir Johnson, Chicago Bulls, DeMar DeRozan, Jonas Valanciunas, Kyle Lowry, Quincy Acy, Recap, Rudy Gay, Terrence Ross on Apr 09, 2013
The Raptors scored 100 points for the first time in 10 games and barely hung on against a severely shorthanded Bulls team to reach the 30-win plateau for the first time in three years.
Hooray for slightly less futile futility!
The Raps were in cruise control for the majority of the night before narrowly escaping an all too familiar fourth quarter meltdown in what was a pretty ugly finish.
Now here are some thoughts on the game…