Michael Grange
@michaelgrange
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.
DeMar DeRozan an unfortunate casualty of Masai Ujiri's title ambitions
Michael Grange
The decision to trade DeMar DeRozan and take on the risk of Kawhi Leonard lays bare the mindset of an executive determined to push the envelope and find progress for his team.
Red flag Kawhi Leonard trade will be career-defining for Masai Ujiri
Michael Grange
Raptors' VanVleet has no plans to settle for back-up role
Michael Grange
The Toronto Raptors' sixth man, bench boss and Lowry-adjacent closer has no plans to be a back-up forever. As always, he's taking a long-range view of his future
New age of Canada basketball on full display at World Cup qualifier
Michael Grange
There were many examples of the full power of the new age of Canada Basketball on display Monday as Canada picked up another win in World Cup qualifying.
LeBron James' move creates possibilities for Raptors, his own legacy
Michael Grange
VanVleet deal suggests Raptors are doubling down on 59-win core
Michael Grange
Fred VanVleet bet on himself and won. The Toronto Raptors have seemingly doubled down on their 59-win core and hope to keep winning too.
Canada takes care of business, creeps ever closer to World Cup berth
Michael Grange
It wasn’t always pretty but the men’s national basketball team delivered a 97-61 win over the Dominican Republic as part of the qualifying process for the 2019 FIBA World Cup in China.
Canada's Brady Heslip taking lessons from late-father's example
Michael Grange
R.J. Barrett offers Canada basketball package unlike any other
Michael Grange
Canadian basketball has been waiting for its ‘total package’ for some time now – maybe forever.