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.
Infusion of young talent gives Leafs real reason for optimism
Michael Grange
It's more than just the typical September optimism surrounding Leafs camp. This year, some standout young talents have given the team real hope for the future.
Matthews' best-on-best arrival reminiscent of Lindros in 1991
Michael Grange
Mitch Marner out to prove to Maple Leafs he belongs in the NHL
Michael Grange
Mitch Marner is back in a familiar place for prospect camp, where he is taking the first steps towards proving to the Maple Leafs he's ready for the NHL this season.
Objectively Blue Jays are fine, but it sure doesn't feel that way
Michael Grange
As long as you believe that things can’t stay this bad forever the Toronto Blue Jays, objectively speaking, are in good shape. However, inside the clubhouse and out it doesn’t necessarily seem that way.
Martin's 'bedrock' role to be ever more valuable as Blue Jays endure the ringer
Michael Grange
What Raptors' Casey has learned from annual visits with Seahawks' Carroll
Michael Grange
Despite nearing 60, Dwane Casey knows there's still always plenty to learn, and has spent time each of the last five summers at NFL training camps with Seahawks coach Pete Carroll.
Death, taxes, and the U.S. winning gold in Olympic basketball
Michael Grange
There was a brief time when the U.S. men's basketball team was beatable. But that ended and now everyone else is playing for second.
IOC should ban Russia from Rio to preserve Olympic integrity
Michael Grange
DeRozan, Raptors in tough to take great leap forward
Michael Grange
With DeMar DeRozan locked up the Raptors will once again be a top team in the Eastern Conference, but so long as LeBron James is in the way they'll be in tough to take that next step forward.