Thursday, December 23, 2010

McGrady with the shoutout to Chris Bosh

After the Pistons' romp of the Toronto Raptors 115-93 last night, Tracy McGrady had a funny post game quote, calling out Chris Bosh for selling out the city of Toronto.



But really Toronto, why are we still booing T-Mac?
(video via The Score)

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Hip Hoop Junkies and Hoop Heads North present the RAPS TALK Audio Podcast - Episode 4 (12.21.10)

Click HERE to check out Episode 4 of  RAPS TALK with U-E, Ryan and myself, Romy Aquino.  This episode we take a look at the past two weeks with the Toronto Raptors, we discuss the first third of the Raptors season, we talk New York Knicks and we discuss our thoughts on the big trades with the Orlando Magic/Washington Wizards/Phoenix Suns from this past weekend.

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Sunday, December 19, 2010

LA's Second Unit Defeats the Raps - LAKERS 120, RAPTORS 110

LAKERS 120, RAPS 110
The "oohs" and "ahhhhs" came out for Kobe Bryant in Toronto on Sunday afternoon as the Lakers defeated the Raps at the ACC.  But Kobe only had to play 28 minutes as the Lakers second unit took care of business.  Andrew Bynum had 16 points and Matt Barnes (who almost landed on the Toronto Raptors during the offseason) finished with 12 points and 9 boards off of the Lakers' bench.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Early Christmas Gifts - RAPTORS 98, NETS 92

RAPS 98, NETS 92
Last night marked the return of a few familiar faces, former Raptors coach, Sam Mitchell, former Raptor, Kris Humphries, but it also marked the return of a few starters in Jose Calderon and Andrea Bargnani.  After a brutal loss against the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday, Jay Triano got a few early Christmas gifts with the return of his starting point guard Jose Calderon and leading scorer, Andrea Bargnani, who had 32 points and 9 boards including this "THUNDEROUS SLAM....OH MY!":



Sunday, December 12, 2010

A Few Fashionable Canadian Ballers - The Miami Heat Intro

Looks like a couple of Canuck ballers (and one former Toronto Raptor) are big time now that they're playing down in South Beach. Check out Jamaal Magloire, Joel Anthony and Chris Bosh in the Miami Heat intro (just in case you haven't seen it yet)

(via the Hightop Fadeaway)

Did you turn off the TV at the half? RAPTORS 120, PISTONS 116


RAPS 120 , PISTONS 116
The Raps are supposed to outright win games like this.  But the Raps were so sloppy in the first half that it didn't look like they would even have a chance to win tonight's game.  The Pistons came out gunning and  flat out dominated the Raptors in the first half.  Toronto had 11 early turnovers midway through the second quarter while the Pistons had just one turnover as the Raps allowed 72 points by the half.  This one started out ugly and most Raps fans had already changed the channel at that point.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Oh, Those Home Rims - KNICKS 113, RAPS 110


KNICKS 113, RAPS 110
In a rematch from last Sunday's matchup between the Knicks and the Raptors, Toronto came prepared to put out a better effort than last Sunday.  And they did, Andrea Bargnani had a career night but it wasn't enough to defeat the New York Knicks.  Il Mago scored a career-high 41 points to go along with his 7 points and 6 rebounds in the 113-110 loss, putting the Raps to 3rd in the Atlantic with a 8-14 record.  Amare Stoudemire led the charge in the finals minutes (five fouls and all) scoring 8 of his 34 points in the final three minutes.  But the final shot was what mattered most as Raymond Felton nailed a ridiculous three-pointer that had the lucky bounce (or I should say bounces) with just 2.7 seconds to play.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Hip Hoop Junkies and Hoop Heads North present the RAPS TALK Audio Podcast - Episode 3 (12.07.10)


Click HERE to check out Episode 3 of  RAPS TALK with U-E, Sean, Ryan and myself, Romy Aquino.  This episode, we break down this past week with the Toronto Raptors, we discuss Andrea Bargnani as the face of the franchise and who we think would win between Charles Barkley and Barack Obama in a game of one on one.

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Sunday, December 5, 2010

AMARE > AMIR - KNICKS 116, RAPTORS 99

KNICKS 116, RAPS 99
Even though Amir Johnson had a career game against the Knicks on Sunday afternoon, Amare Stoudemire was just too much for the Raptors.  Amare Stoudemire was beasting for the New York Knicks, scoring 31 points and pulling down 16 boards as the Knicks cruised to a 116-99 victory.   Amir Johnson had an impressive performance with a season-high 22 points and career 16 boards for the Raps.  The Raps relied on the second unit to keep them in this one but couldn't close in on the Knicks.  New York was hot from the three ball range, knocking down 12 threes that kept the Raps out of it.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Quiet Thunder - RAPTORS 111, THUNDER 99

 written by Ryan Dickison

RAPTORS 111, THUNDER 99
Prior to Friday’s game, the Raptors had won four of their last five at home. Oklahoma City, hadn't lost to an Eastern Conference team away from home since March 21 of last season. Fortunately for the Raptors, Oklahoma was without the league’s top scorer Kevin Durant, who missed his second straight game with a sprained left knee. 

Thursday, December 2, 2010

HHJ & HHN present "Jay Triano Needs a Swear Jar"

So far this season, we've seen Jay Triano drop a couple of expletives in post game press conferences when the Raps put out a poor effort. We think it's time Jay Triano had a swear jar.



Shoutouts to Jeorge Sadi for the camera work!

GET WELL REGGIE!

Hip Hoop Junkies and Hoop Heads North are paying tribute to you, Reggie Evans. Get well, soon!



Shoutouts to Jeorge Sadi for the the camera work!

The J.A.H.O.W.

This week, Hip Hoop Junkies and Hoop Heads North present to you the J.A.H.O.W. where we feature a member of the Toronto Raptors Dance Pak.  What's does J.A.H.O.W. stand for?

Just Watch.



Shoutouts to Jeorge Sadi for the camera work!

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Third Quarter Pizza - RAPTORS 127, WIZARDS 108


RAPS 127, WIZARDS 108
The Raps started off with a 72-point first half.  You read that right, 72 points. 

Raptors' fans then had free pizza at the end of the third.

The End.

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