'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Gives Up on Science Completely
Who told these people that dinosaurs have to be war machines and volcano victims to be interesting?
DeMar DeRozan's Evolution is Complete
The Toronto Raptors star has progressed every year. Now, with improved defense, more creative playmaking, and confidence from deep, the NBA's most antiquated All-Star is a legitimate MVP candidate.
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Two Escaped Raptors Are Still At Large in North Carolina
Secretary birds in the Carolinas? Crazier things have happened.
How Tucker and Ibaka Add New Dimension to Raptors' Defense
Toronto's two big deadline additions are providing immediate impacts on the defensive end, helping make the Raptors a much more complete unit.
Raptors Get Aggressive at Deadline Without Mortgaging Future
Toronto impressively balanced its present vs. future needs with additions of Serge Ibaka and P.J. Tucker.
Who the Raptors Should Target Before the NBA Trade Deadline
We looked at players the Raptors could add by the Feb. 23 deadline, including the one and only Swaggy P.
Why Delon Wright Is Suddenly a Key Piece for the Raptors
Whether he gets wing minutes with Terrence Ross gone or becomes a trade chip for more help, a now-healthy Wright is an asset for Toronto.
Vince Carter Is Still Half Man, Half Amazing at Age 40
Vinsanity is alive and well.
Former No. 1 Pick Anthony Bennett Is Taking His Talents to Turkey
It's safe to say Bennett is the biggest No. 1 overall bust of at least the last 40 years.
Vince Carter Should Be the First Raptor to Have His Number Retired
Vinsanity's Raptors legacy is complicated due to a nasty divorce with the team in 2004. But he remains the greatest player in franchise history and the biggest superstar to ever play for Toronto.
The Raptors Are the Class of the NBA's Second Tier
Toronto looks like the clear-cut second-best team in the East behind the Cavs, and among the five best in the league. But the Raptors remain a tier below the NBA's upper echelon.
Did the Raptors Get Screwed on Overturned Game-Tying 3-Pointer Against Sacramento?
The Raptors were seeing red after Terrence Ross' buzzing-beating 3-pointer was waved off, leading to a controversial ending in Sunday's loss to the Kings.