Michael Grange
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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.
Chris Egi, No More Names pushing for progress through action, not statements
Michael Grange
Tragedy has fuelled protests and inspired statements of solidarity, but the road to fairness and equality requires many steps. For Chris Egi, that means encouraging supporters to move beyond talking about it, to being about it — and remaining so after the protests end.
Remembering George Floyd means striving for justice after this storm passes
Michael Grange
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Steve Nash's journey from Victoria to two Halls of Fame
Michael Grange
Steve Nash is now in two Halls of Fame. Close friends from childhood through to the NBA open up about what makes the kid from Victoria so special.
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Necessity of return plan may lead NBA to exciting, long-lasting ideas
Michael Grange
Adam Silver has proven himself to be innovative. This may be the perfect time to be bold.
Jerry Sloan's Hall of Fame life was the great American basketball story
Michael Grange
Raptors' return to face additional challenges as NBA's sole Canadian team
Michael Grange
As the momentum begins to build around the NBA attempting to resume its regular season and conduct its playoffs, the Raptors have an added layer of complication: how and where to hold what projects to be four-to-six week build up to the regular season resuming in early July.
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Cross Canada Coaches Clinic puts nation's basketball knowledge on display
Michael Grange
The first annual Cross Canada Coaches Clinic is attempting to share hoops knowledge from Canadian coaches who are beginning to make an impact at the highest levels of the sport and some of the lesser-known talents who may not have the profile, but have plenty of chops.
Connection between Nick Nurse, Phil Jackson helped shape current Raptors
Michael Grange
Raptors' cautious return to activities a step forward on long road ahead
Michael Grange
Forward Malcolm Miller and Raptors assistant coach Brittni Donaldson were the first members of the Raptors in the OVO Athletic Centre on when it opened for the first time for limited use.