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.
With Raptors facing divergent paths, Boucher continues remarkable ascension
Michael Grange
Depending on your view of what has turned into a weird season for the Toronto Raptors, facing the Chicago Bulls wasn’t quite a season-defining moment, but it was one of those moments that did help shine a light on the future a little more clearly.
Gasol adds insult to injury for Raptors with inspired performance
Michael Grange
Raptors' Flynn provides spark against Wizards with inspired play at both ends
Michael Grange
With a strong performance at both ends of the court for the Toronto Raptors against the Wizards, Malachi Flynn continues to make a strong case for more playing time even when Fred VanVleet and Kyle Lowry return.
Raptors' historic win a welcome moment of sweet relief after disastrous March
Michael Grange
The team that couldn’t win for a month started April with the most dominant win in franchise history. Go figure. For the Raptors, Friday's record-setting performance against the Warriors was a laugher that was both welcome and needed.
Raptors' chances of making playoffs continue to fade with loss to Thunder
Michael Grange
As Raptors' implosion continues, time to salvage 2021 season is running out
Michael Grange
Toronto’s wire-to-wire 118-104 beatdown at the hands of the lowly Pistons is just the latest warning flare of an imploding season streaking across the bleak night sky.
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Trail Blazers outgun Raptors as Powell flashes potential with Portland
Michael Grange
Norm Powell didn’t exactly put on a show vs. the Raptors, but it takes little imagination to see how his ability to score at a high rate with the kind of efficiency that meshes well with other high-usage scorers will make the Trail Blazers a tough out in the playoffs.
Remaining Raptors left to figure out what convoluted season will be
Michael Grange
Trent Jr. impresses in debut, but can't solve Raptors' biggest problem
Michael Grange
Gary Trent Jr. arrived as advertised, albeit a little tired, for his Toronto Raptors debut. But the versatile wing can't solve the team's biggest problem, which continues to be defending against the best bigs in the game.