Michael Grange
Michael Grange joined Sportsnet in 2011 as a columnist for Sportsnet.ca and regular contributor to Sportsnet magazine. During his time at Sportsnet, Grange has become one of the network’s leading basketball analysts and regularly contributes to Prime Time Sports on Sportsnet 590 The FAN and Sportsnet Central.
Raptors playing as well as franchise has ever seen
Michael Grange
It’s hard to find a flaw with the Toronto Raptors these days as the team finds itself in a tie with the Cleveland Cavaliers atop the Eastern Conference.
Powell’s preparation shines in Raptors win over Lakers
Michael Grange
Raptors using offence to gloss over defensive deficiencies
Michael Grange
The Toronto Raptors have very quietly become one of the NBA’s offensive juggernauts, but they are going to need to start making a few more stops.
Bryan Colangelo receives warm welcome back to Air Canada Centre
Michael Grange
Not including his low-key cameo during last season's all-star game, Bryan Colangelo made his return to the building he called home for seven seasons and, like the featured guest at a party, was overwhelmed by the outpouring of good wishes from familiar faces.
In age of sports transparency, how did Raptors controversy happen?
Michael Grange
Warriors show signs of being more than just a one-trick pony
Michael Grange
So far this season the Warriors have relied almost entirely on offence, but Wednesday night against the Toronto Raptors Golden State served the NBA notice that they may have more tricks up their sleeve.
Why DeMar DeRozan's historic start is more than just a hot streak
Michael Grange
Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan is off to an unprecedented start to the 2016-17season. But his NBA-leading 34 ppg is the result of more than just a hot hand, explains Michael Grange.
Nogueira's emergence helping Raptors fill hole left by Biyombo
Michael Grange
Will Donald Trump presidency ultimately benefit Toronto teams?
Michael Grange
Masai Ujiri knows how to ensure his message is heard. And that message this week about Donald Trump’s presidential victory potentially impacting Toronto-based teams was especially intriguing.