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DeMar DeRozan named Player of the Week (again)

DeMar DeRozan named Player of the Week (again)

The announcement came pre-game last night, but let’s celebrate today. If you were one of the skeptics who believed DeMar DeRozan’s scorching hot start to the season was, gasp, unsustainable, now’s the time to shed your disbelief — or perhaps recuse yourself from all further basketball discussion. DeRozan just set a franchise record: He was named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the fourth time this season (for March 20th to 26th). There’s little room for doubt here: DeMar DeRozan is legit. Here’s the official press release from Raptors media relations: .@DeMar_DeRozan...
Raptors HQ Mar 27, 2017
Watch: Kyle Lowry talks about team, wrist injury

Watch: Kyle Lowry talks about team, wrist injury

It’s perhaps not much of an update from Lowry, but it’s something. Bold statement alert: despite being 11-5 over this recent Kyle Lowry-less stretch, the Raptors are at their best with their All-Star healthy and in the lineup. Lowry’s been out since he injured his wrist against the Hornets on February 15th. He underwent surgery to remove “loose bodies” on February 28th and we’ve been told, by Woj mostly, Lowry will be back in 4-5 weeks. It’s been a tense time. Lowry was on Sportscenter today to talk about Lean In movement, his pal DeMar DeRozan, watching Raptors games on the...
Raptors HQ Mar 25, 2017
Raptors stay strong in 94-86 win over Mavericks

Raptors stay strong in 94-86 win over Mavericks

The Raptors have now one five games in a row and continue to look sharp. Coming off of a big win against Miami, the Raptors took on the Mavericks in Dallas looking to extend their four-game winning streak. Playing without DeMarre Carroll, new fan favourite P.J. Tucker got his second start for the Raptors this season. Behind a well rounded 18 points, 6 assists, and 3 rebounds from DeMar DeRozan, and 18 points and 8 rebounds by Serge Ibaka, Toronto lead the entire way and beat the Mavericks 94-86, securing their fifth win in a row. Dallas struggled early against Toronto’s stifling defense,...

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