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Augustine, 26, was waived by the Toronto Raptors on Monday and won't be able to sign with a team until he clears waivers at 5p.m. ET Wednesday and becomes a free agent.
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INDIANA yet again showed its championship credentials by beating Miami in the NBA on Tuesday while Brooklyn finally won consecutive games and New York had another dismal loss.
The Raptors cleared money and moved toward rebuilding in the draft, and Sacramento improved its starting lineup while inserting Gay as its second-best player.
Toronto, ON - The San Antonio Spurs shook off a sluggish opening quarter to continue their dominance over the Toronto Raptors with a 116-103 win from Air Canada Centre.
The brave Torontonians who show up at Air Canada Centre tonight to witness the Spurs' latest visit to the Great White North might recognize more players on the visiting team than their own.
The Raptors, meanwhile, have been expected to be active in the trade market since the season began, with ESPN.com reporting since Nov. 1 that everyone on the roster apart from prized center Jonas Valanciunas had been made available.
Kobe Bryant's long awaited return to the basketball court began as a wild celebration on Sunday, but ended as a quiet reminder that the rusty All Star has more work ahead to get back to his brilliant best.
Zach Randolph posted 19 points and 12 rebounds to guide the Memphis Grizzlies to a 94-85 win over the Orlando Magic at FedExForum.
DeMarcus Cousins had 32 points and 19 rebounds, and Derrick Williams scored a career-high 31 to pace the Sacramento Kings to a 112-97 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Monday night.
Fined Minnesota F Corey Brewer $5,000 for violating the league's anti-flopping rules for the second time this season.
This isn't The Doctor is In . This isn't Talking Raptors . This is the Arsenalist talking to James Ham from Cowbell Kingdom about the Rudy Gay deal.
Farewell Rudy Gay, we barely had gotten used to your trigger-happy style when you became the latest big-contract Raptor to be tossed away.
Both the Nets and the Knicks have their fair share of bloated contracts. Who is worse off? Nathaniel S. Butler/Getty Images Heading into the season, both the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets could boast a case for why theirs would be the team to take New York by storm.
In a game marked by the presence of Kobe Bryant and the absence of Rudy Gay, the Toronto Raptors secured a much-needed win.
What started as a tent revival -- flashing cameras, standing ovations, extended chants and a few desperate souls who seemed to be speaking in tongues -- turned into a spectacle less spiritual, more human.
Masai Ujiri and the Raptors pulled the trigger on a seven-player deal that will send Gay to the Sacramento Kings in exchange for four players, Yahoo Sports first reported Sunday evening.