Kyle Lowry Is Dominating and Building an Early MVP Case
The All-Star point guard is playing the best basketball of his career for the powerhouse Toronto Raptors.
The Toronto Raptors Shouldn't Blow It Up
Masai Ujiri isn't going to tank and he shouldn't try to, either. At least not this offseason. There's value in sticking with this core.
How Astrology Could Factor In to the Raptors' Playoff Success
We talked to an astrologer about DeRozan, Lowry, and VanVleet to find out if there was anything he could see that might help predict how they play in the postseason.
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The Outlet Pass: Time For Award Season!
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Kyle Lowry Is Finally Adjusting to His New Offensive Role
Lowry has turned things around, and his apparent discomfort in the Raptors' new offensive ecosystem appears to be a thing of the past.
The Toronto Raptors Are Still Fueled By Your Doubts
DeMar DeRozan and the Raptors don't feel they're being taken seriously in the East and are using that perceived lack of respect as motivation. It happens every year.
How Lowry, Ibaka Deals and Maintaining Status Quo Impacts Raptors
Locking up Lowry and Ibaka should extend Toronto's competitive window another three years. But a lack of cap space will make it difficult to push the ceiling any higher during that stretch.
NBA Draft Should Kickstart Wild Offseason for Raptors
Toronto has been quiet while the rest of the league is going crazy. But with the draft coming, things are likely to go from 0 to 100 real quick.
What a Toronto Raptors Rebuild Could Look Like
From letting Kyle Lowry walk to replacing Dwane Casey as coach, a teardown might be the logical direction the Raptors go this offseason.
Raptors Face Franchise-Defining Decision with Kyle Lowry
Everything for the Raptors this summer starts and ends with unrestricted free agent Kyle Lowry.
LeBron's Torching of Raptors Sends Toronto into Difficult Offseason
The Raptors have enjoyed a strong four-year stretch, but run the risk of getting stuck in the middle with no clear way to close the gap on the unstoppable James and the Cavaliers.
Toronto's Future Could Depend on How It Closes Out Series vs. Cleveland
If the Raptors show fight and avoid a sweep, perhaps the core will remain intact. If not, well, it could be time to go in another direction.
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