The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Ep.80: Mike Bossetti from Raptors Rapture

This week, on the Atlantic Files, Alex welcomes Mike Bossetti(@mikebosports) on to the show. Mike is the co-expert for Raptors Rapture of Fansided, and a host on the Raptors Rapture podcast. On this episode, Mike and Alex talk about all things Raptors. Since the Raptors are first place in the East and the bulk of

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Ep. 58

Hear the other episodes of the Year in Review series: Nets, Sixers, Knicks The Atlantic Files is here to deliver the next team on the “Year in Review” menu. In episode 58, I take a look at the season that was for the Toronto Raptors. The core of the Raptors and the bench squad both

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Three Free Agents That Don’t Deserve Big Bucks

Free agency is almost underway and this could be one of the most exciting offseasons in the past few decades. Many players will ink large, well-deserved contracts with new teams. However, some players will be signing contracts worth tons of money when they don’t deserve it. I am here to list a few and explain

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Fonzy’s Top 10 2017 NBA Free Agents: Power Forwards

NBA free agency is set to begin on July 1st and it should be an interesting period for teams trying to find that missing piece. During the playoffs, I did my list og top 10 NBA free agent point guards, shooting guards and small forwards. Today, I will be looking my top 10 NBA free

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2017 NBA Playoffs Photo Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

2017 NBA Playoffs: Toronto Raptors vs. Milwaukee Bucks Preview

Brace yourselves, the playoffs are coming and the Raptors are looking to defend the North.  While the regular season is not over yet, the matchup between the Toronto Raptors and the Milwaukee Bucks is set in the first round of the Eastern Conference in the 2017 NBA Playoffs. This matchup is one to watch. You

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Toronto Raptors: Winner of the Trade Deadline

The Toronto Raptors could have settled and attempted to head into the playoffs as the clear cut number two roster in the Eastern Conference with no changes. Currently standing as the fourth seed with a 33-24 record, the Raptors have become playoff regulars behind an All-Star backcourt and one of the deepest benches in the NBA.

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Serge Ibaka, Orlando Magic, Toronto Raptors

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Serge Ibaka, Replacement Melo, and Oakley

Happy Friday to all my fellow hoops heads, hoopers, and casual basketball fans all around the world! New week, new All-Star Weekend approaching, and a new video set up is all on the docket for the latest Fisch’s Friday Rant. We have some talk about the Serge Ibaka trade to Toronto, Carmelo Anthony as an

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VIDEO: Russell Westbrook posts 41 points, 16 assists, and 12 rebounds in OKC loss

We knew coming into this season that the Oklahoma City Thunder would go as far as Russell Westbrook could take them. And for them to be successful, that would mean that he would pretty much have to do everything. Last night was one of those nights where Westbrook did everything but unfortunately it didn’t translate

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Oklahoma City Thunder, Golden State Warriors, Andre Roberson, Stephen Curry

Oklahoma City Thunder role players getting it done against Warriors

For the last two seasons the basketball world has been attempting to conjure up solutions to nullify the Golden State Warriors’ “Lineup of Death,” a unit that consists of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Harrison Barnes, Andre Iguodala and Draymond Green, an ensemble that blitzes you with a unique blend of smarts, shooting, quickness and ball-handling. This lineup

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NBA Preview: New Orleans Pelicans @ Oklahoma City Thunder

Tip-off: 8:00 p.m. ET Broadcast: TNT Line: OKC -12 New Orleans Pelicans (20-32) (2-3 in last 5) PG- Jrue Holiday (14.9 ppg) SG- Norris Cole (9.9 ppg) SF- Alonzo Gee (4.0 ppg) PF- Anthony Davis (23.4 ppg) C- Omer Asik (3.7 ppg) Oklahoma City Thunder (39-14) (4-1 in last 5) PG- Russell Westbrook (24.1 ppg)

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