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.
How P.J. Tucker has helped anchor the Raptors' defensive turnaround
Michael Grange
In a very short amount of time, P.J. Tucker has earned himself a growing presence in the Raptors' rotation as the playoffs approach and perhaps just as importantly, he's been a growing influence on the culture of the team.
Raptors hit from deep in convincing win over Pacers
Michael Grange
Westbrook's destruction of Raptors could have far-reaching consequences
Michael Grange
Russell Westbrook put on a clinic against the Toronto Raptors, but what he did may have some far-reaching consequences for Dwane Casey's club.
Maple Leafs survive despite another 'tight' finish vs. Red Wings
Michael Grange
For nearly 40 minutes against the Detroit Red Wings, the Toronto Maple Leafs were at their best. Then came the type of tight finish that has become all too familiar for Mike Babcock's team.
Boyle feeling expectations of veteran role with young Maple Leafs
Michael Grange
Raptors look to be flailing in the dark living in a post-Lowry world
Michael Grange
Living in a post-Kyle Lowry world at the moment, things aren't very pretty for the Toronto Raptors right now.
Kyle Lowry injury overshadows Raptors' well-executed deadline
Michael Grange
Rather than bask in the buzz of a well-executed trade deadline, injury questions surround the Toronto Raptors as Kyle Lowry prepares for wrist surgery.
Joseph, Wright holding down PG bodes well for Raptors until Lowry returns
Michael Grange
NBA: Isaiah Thomas didn't intend to make gun gesture at Raptors' Carroll
Michael Grange
Boston Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas was being looked at by the NBA for any possible additional discipline for an apparent gun gesture against Raptors forward DeMarre Carroll. The league believes he didn't intend the gesture to mimic a handgun.