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Toronto Raptors

  • Founded: 1995
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  • History: Toronto Raptors (1995-today)
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  • Team Colors: Red, Black, Silver, Gold, White
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  • Arena: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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  • Championships: 0
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  • Head Coach: Nick Nurse
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  • Arrivals: Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard, Greg Monroe
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  • Departures: DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poeltl
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  • Rookies: -
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  • Key Players: Kawhi Leonard, Kyle Lowry, Serge Ibaka, Jonas Valanciunas
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  • Franchise GOAT: Vince Carter


Position Name Number Height Weight Date of Birth School
Guard Brown, Lorenzo 4 1,96 m 86 kg 26.08.1990 North Carolina State
Guard Collinsworth, Kyle - 1,98 m 95 kg 03.10.1991 BYU
Guard Felder, Kay - 1,83 m 80 kg 29.03.1995 Oakland
Guard Lowry, Kyle 7 1,83 m 93 kg 25.03.1986 Villanova
Guard Loyd, Jordan 18 1,93 m 95 kg 27.07.1993 Indianapolis
Guard Richardson, Malachi 22 1,98 m 93 kg 05.01.1996 Syracuse
Guard VanVleet, Fred 23 1,83 m 88 kg 25.02.1994 Wichita State
Guard Wright, Delon 55 1,96 m 86 kg 26.04.1992 Utah
Guard/Forward Green, Danny 14 1,98 m 98 kg 22.06.1987 North Carolina
Guard/Forward Miles, C. J. 0 1,98 m 102 kg 18.03.1987 Skyline HS
Guard/Forward Powell, Norman 24 1,93 m 98 kg 25.05.1993 UCLA
Forward Adel, Deng - 2,01 m 91 kg 01.02.1997 Louisville
Forward Anunoby, OG 3 2,03 m 107 kg 17.07.1997 Indiana
Forward Boucher, Chris 25 2,08 m 91 kg 11.01.1993 Oregon
Forward Leonard, Kawhi 2 2,01 m 104 kg 29.06.1991 San Diego State
Forward Siakam, Pascal 43 2,06 m 104 kg 02.04.1991 New Mexico State
Forward/Center Ibaka, Serge 9 2,08 m 107 kg 18.09.1989 Republic of the Congo
Forward/Center Monroe, Greg 15 2,11 m 120 kg 04.06.1990 Georgetown
Center Valanciunas, Jonas 17 2,13 m 116 kg 06.05.1992 Lithuania

The North remembers

LeBron James is no longer playing in the Eastern Conference. That alone should give the Toronto Raptors confidence for the upcoming season. Each time over the last 10 years the Raptors lost when they met "King James" in the playoffs. Unless they reach the NBA Finals that will change this season.

Loyal All-Star shooting guard DeMar DeRozan was sent packing in a trade for Kawhi Leonard, who had no desire to stay a day longer in San Antonio and demanded a trade. The Raptors handily ignored the fact that Leonard named specific destinations and teams he wanted to play for thus taking the risk of losing "The Claw" after this season when his contract is up.

With nemesis LeBron James playing in LA, the Raptors are hoping for their first ever Finals appearance. However, the Celtics and Sixers have the same aspirations. This is shaping up to be the most entertaining season in a long while.

The Temp


Trading DeMar DeRozan against Kawhi Leonard was a gutsy move. The 27-year-old will be a free agent in 2019 and categorically rejects a premature renewal of contract with the Raptors. The Canadians therefore run the risk of being left empty-handed next summer, should Leonard decide to leave Toronto.

With the exception of LeBron James, no NBA player has been talked about as much this summer as Leonard, the 2014 NBA Finals MVP. Again and again emphasized where he wants to go. Toronto was not on his wishlist.

Now Leonard seems to be accepting the situation he is in, stressing that he likes it in Toronto and wants to give the Raptors a chance, which of course is music in the ears of General Manager Masai Ujiri who risked everything trading for Leonard. If Kawhi buys into the whole Toronto thing, the Raptors are among the absolute favorites in the East. If only for a year.


Kyle Lowry


Serge Ibaka


Jonas Valanciunas


Delon Wright


C.J. Miles


Fred Van Vleet


Dedicated team play is what has kept the Raptors going the last couple of years. The Toronto Raptors may be the best-seasoned team in the East due to their many years of familiarity with each other. However, one has to wonder if a high caliber player like Kawhi Leonard will fit in so easily. You can't push a large block of wood into a Jenga tower and expect no wobble. To make things more complicated, assistant coach Nick Nurse was promoted after the termination of Dwayne Casey and is now in his head coach rookie season. Both could cause a bumpy first half of the season.

With point guard Kyle Lowry running point, the Raptors have an experienced playmaker who will only initially miss his backcourt colleague DeRozan. Kawhi Leonard is offensively more versatile and defensively on a completely different level than DeRozan. And don't overlook the second man who came with the Kawhi trade: Danny Green. The ex-Spur will start alongside Lowry as primarily a threat from outside to keep the opposing defense from collapsing around Kawhi.

Much will depend on how quickly Kawhi finds his way around the Raptors. But fully healthy and motivated Leonard is the best player in the Eastern Conference. Yes, we said it.

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