Toronto Raptors Current Roster
|Sebastian Telfair||PG||6/9/85||6-0||175||Abraham Lincoln HS (NY)||’04 Por. #13|
|Kyle Lowry||PG||3/25/86||6-0||205||Villanova||’06 Mem. #24|
||SG||2/5/91||6-6||195||Washington||’12 TOR #8|
||SG/SF||2/7/82||6-6||228||DePaul||’00 LAC #18|
||SG/SF||2/7/82||6-6||215||France||’03 Gsw #11|
|DeMar DeRozan||SG/SF||8/7/89||6-7||220||USC||’09 Tor. #9|
|Landry Fields||SG/SF||6/27/88||6-7||210||Stanford||’10 Nyk. #39|
|Rudy Gay||SF||8/17/86||6-8||230||Connecticut||’06 Hou. #8|
|Quincy Acy||PF||2/20/87||6-7||225||Baylor||’12 TOR #37|
|Steve Novak||SF||6/13/83||6-10||240||Marquette||’06 Wsh. #32|
||PF||11/3/85||6-9||250||North Carolina||’09 IND #13|
|Austin Daye||SF/PF||6/5/88||6-11||200||Gonzaga||’09 Det. #15|
||PF||5/1/87||6-9||210||L.A. Westchester HS (CA)
||’05 Det. #56|
|Jonas Valanciunas||C||5/6/92||6-11||231||Lithuania||’11 Tor. #5|
|Aaron Gray||C||12/7/84||7-0||270||Pittsburgh||’07 Chi. #49|
# Indicates number player drafted overall
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Warriors coach Mark Jackson discusses his team overcoming a 27-point deficit against the Raptors, George Karl's comments on his coaching style and muc...
Posted: December 4, 2013, 8:41 pm
John believes Kobe Bryant will play this Friday in Sacramento against the Kings, Steve thinks Kobe will make his returned sunday at home against the ...
Posted: December 4, 2013, 6:36 pm
In case you were busy calling out traders on Twitter, here's what you missed in sports on Tuesday: The Golden State Warriors exploded for 42 points ...
Posted: December 4, 2013, 2:30 pm
The Warriors scored 42 points in the fourth quarter to complete the 112-103 comeback over the Raptors.
Posted: December 4, 2013, 3:19 am
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Posted: December 5, 2013, 8:17 am
The Toronto Raptors are averaging just 17.1 assists on 35.3 made field goals per game this season, which ranks last in the NBA. “One concerning thing to me is we might be 30th in the league in assists,” Masai Ujiri said. “That concerns me a little bit. I think we need to be able to move the ball – share the ball. I think to be a winning team – (we have to) figure out how to play with each other. I think chemistry is a key in team sports. We have good individual players and we just have to figure out a way to bring it all together. Chemistry does not come overnight – So (as) a period of time that comes around that is something I look at because when you look at winning teams, they share the ball and get each other involved.”
Posted: November 22, 2013, 3:28 pm
The Toronto Raptors had another team-bonding experience in a player's hometown, as Kyle Lowry hosted his teammates in Philadelphia on Tuesday. Lowry's mother and wife cooked the food and even had a barber on hand. Last week, the Raptors dined at Rudy Gay's Memphis home. “Any time you get guys together off the court, build that camaraderie, it’s pretty good,” Dwane Casey said. “He did it up right. Everybody had a great time.”
Posted: November 21, 2013, 5:07 pm
Kobe Bryant says he won’t return Friday, but doesn’t rule out playing Sunday at home vs. Raptors (NBC Sports)
Kobe Bryant is back to practicing at full speed this week, and while many hoped that would mean a return to real game action as soon as Friday on the road against the Kings in Sacramento, Bryant himself said on Wednesday that wouldn’t be the case. Speaking to many reporters one-on-one at the unveiling of…
Posted: December 5, 2013, 3:53 am
Kobe Bryant says he will not return Friday vs. Kings, could play Sunday vs. Raptors (Ball Don't Lie)
Los Angeles Lakers icon Kobe Bryant is very close to returning to the NBA. However, it looks like we'll have to wait a few more days to see one of the league's most important players back in action. As reported by Dave McMenamin of ESPNLosAngeles.com, Bryant has ruled himself out of Friday night's road game against the Sacramento Kings (via EOB ):
Posted: December 5, 2013, 3:25 am
COMMENTARY | Getting slapped around 42-15 by the Golden State Warriors in the fourth quarter last night may be the final straw for Dwane Casey and some players on the Toronto Raptors. Sure, every team has one bad quarter or even a bad game during the course of a grueling 82-game NBA season. But that horrific meltdown is far from the only problem the Raptors have had so far this season. This summer, new Toronto Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri told the Toronto Star that he would give the team until mid-December to evaluate what is in place.
Posted: December 4, 2013, 10:42 pm