Steven Loung
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A contributor since 2013, Steven Loung has an unparalleled passion for sports that manifests in his work as both a writer and editor. With one of the most eclectic sports tastes in the newsroom, Steve can be found talking and writing about anything from as common as the NBA, MLB and NHL to anything as niche as boxing, IndyCar and even eSports.
How Raptors could be impacted by potential changes to 2020-21 season
Steven Loung
The NBA Board of Governors convened Friday. The reportedly wide-ranging discussions covered details of how next season would play out, including a proposed start date that's just months away. What would these changes mean for the Toronto Raptors and Canadian basketball?
Raptors 'making the best' of challenging circumstances ahead of NBA Draft
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NBA Draft FAQ: Plenty of talent to be found after Edwards, Ball, Wiseman
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The 2020 NBA Draft will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 18. Here's all you need to know about the top prospects, potential targets for the Toronto Raptors, and more.
Reviewing the Raptors' new uniforms: Which one is best?
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The Raptors unveiled their new threads for next season Thursday. Here’s a quick assessment of each new uniform and the one we like the most.
Charting the longest and wildest NBA season in history
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NBA Finals Takeaways: No asterisk for Lakers as LeBron adds fuel to GOAT debate
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There's certainly no asterisk attached to the Lakers' 2020 NBA championship. Here are some key takeaways from the title-clinching game and the season at large.
Butler-James duel reaches new heights as Heat stay alive vs. Lakers
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LeBron James did everything in his power to bring an NBA title back to Los Angeles but Jimmy Butler matched him every step of the way to make sure this series will go to a sixth game.
Canadian Kelly Olynyk flourishing for Heat on NBA's biggest stage
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With Butler dominating, Lakers can't afford lackadaisical play from big dogs
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Playing with urgency and desperation, Miami got exactly the effort needed to keep its championship aspirations alive, led by a historic performance from Jimmy Butler. Meanwhile, the lackadaisical-looking Lakers saw their big dogs stumble in a game that could've positioned them for a near sure thing.