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5 min ago | TSN.ca
As his team endured what turned out to be their most disheartening loss of the young season, Masai Ujiri followed along on his iPad.
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4 hrs ago | King James Gospel
Nov 20, 2013; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Sacramento Kings guard Jimmer Fredette dribbles the ball up the court in the second half of the game against the Phoenix Suns at US Airways Center.
8 hrs ago | The Memphis Flyer
The Grizzlies went into tonight gaining Zach Randolph back from missing two games with an ingrown toenail, but they lost Tony Allen, who missed tonight's game with a contusion to his hip suffered during Tuesday night's rout of the Phoenix Suns.
9 hrs ago | CBC News
Rudy Gay is guarded by Marcus Morris in the last meeting at US Airways Center, won 98-71 by the Raptors on March 6. P.J. Tucker didn't get much of an opportunity with the Toronto Raptors after they drafted him seven years ago.
9 hrs ago | BleacherReport
It's not the date on the calendar, though this milestone of the annual campaign usually falls right around early December.
12 hrs ago | Raptors Rapture
The Toronto Raptors slink into Arizona, still trying to figure out how they could lose a game in Oakland in which they held a 27 point lead in the third quarter.
13 hrs ago | BasketballElite.com
SiriusXM and the National Basketball Association announced yesterday that they will launch an exclusive NBA channel on Monday, December 9, that will cover the league 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and bring fans closer to the game.
The Los Angeles Clippers put a hurting on the Grizzlies Thursday night in FedExForum.
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Kobe Bryant is hoping to return to the Lakers' lineup Sunday against the Raptors, but his timetable is still uncertain.
First, there was a period of time when no deficit seemed too foreboding for the Toronto Raptors to claw their way back from.
Andre Drummond, in the first minute of the reel above, put all of his wondrous 20-year old talents on display: a quick spin move on the baseline that left a defender on the floor; an effortless, quick-jump dunk; a steal and a block.
Getting slapped around 42-15 by the Golden State Warriors in the fourth quarter last night may be the final straw for Dwane Casey and some players on the Toronto Raptors.
He was expected to do much, the signing of journeman Alan Anderson has proved to be a good off-season move for the Nets.
After the absolute drubbing the Raptors received against the Warriors, yesterday, one hot topic of discussion has become how long Dwane Casey will remain head coach of the Raptors.
Last year, the teams played to a draw but we all knew that the New York Knicks still were the team in the city.
Over at the Bill Simmons branch of the mothership, Zach Lowe wrote about "young players who are looking to make the leap to greatness".