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Lowry back soon in the meantime Nurse wants young Raptors to get with the gameplan
VanVleet giving new Raptor Davis advice and tough love
Raptors rally from big deficit to stun Harden and Rockets in Japan
Lowry, Raptors agree to one year, $31-million extension
Raptors' McCaw in line for huge minutes boost
Team Canada's Brissett has put himself in best possible position to succeed at Raptors' camp
Hurricanes add stabilizing presence to backcourt in Kennedy Frittenburg
Guard Kennedy Frittenburg will wear the maroon and black this season as the newest member of the Holland College Hurricanes women’s basketball team. Kennedy Frittenburg will play basketball for the Holland College Hurricanes this ...
Canada falls to Germany at FIBA World Cup but Olympic dream remains alive
SHANGHAI, China — Barring an unforeseen surprise from FIBA, it appears Team Canada’s dream of a berth in the Olympics remains alive. By no means will achieving that be easy, but following a 2-3 finish to their FIBA World Cup play here, ...
Life has changed for Raptors coach Nick Nurse in wake of NBA title
SHANGHAI, China — Less than 24 hours after he popped that first bottle of bubbly in celebration of the Raptors’ NBA championship last June, Nick Nurse began to see just how much life had changed. The day after that Game 6 win over the ...
Canadian basketball reinforcements Klassen, Brown make huge sacrifices to answer the call
SHANGHAI, China — Not everyone, much as it might seem, was trying to get out of the opportunity to come to China and represent Canada at this FIBA World Cup. There are 12 players and countless staff members all here of their own accord ...
Third time's the charm for Canada with win over Senagal at FIBA World Cup
DONGGUAN, China — Third time was the charm for Canada here at the FIBA World Cup. An 82-60 win over Senagal to finish out the first round marks Canada’s first win in World Cup play in 17 years. Canada opened this tournament with ...
Nurse rounds out Raptors coaching staff
DONGGUAN, China — Raptors’ head coach Nick Nurse, who is in China serving as the head coach for Canada, had a little nugget of news to share. He has filled out his coaching staff with the duo of Fabulous Flournoy and Mark Tyndale ...
Khem Birch: A man who knows what he wants
DONGGUAN, China — Khem Birch is his own man and pity the fool who tries to argue that. The Orlando Magic power forward/centre is one of just two NBA rostered players in China representing Canada. He along with Sacramento Kings’ ...
FIBA WORLD CUP: Canada licking its early wounds
DONGGUAN, China — The blame game has begun, but not inside Canada Basketball … at least not yet. Two losses and an early elimination from FIBA World Cup play already has people calling for Canadian team GM Rowan Barrett’s ...
Simon says Cape Breton among options for Edge if he can't get the lease deal he wants in St. John's
Last week, the National Basketball League of Canada announced that two teams in the Maritimes — the Cape Breton Highlanders and Saint John Riptide — had been granted one-year sabbaticals to allow the franchises to stabilize ...
Riptide, Highlanders taking leave from NBL of Canada
Two Maritime teams will not be playing in the National Basketball League of Canada (NBLC) this season. The league announced Friday it had granted the Saint John Riptide and Cape Breton Highlanders the leave as they look to restructure and improve ...