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.
Raptors contain Doncic, build momentum in sustainable win over Mavericks
Michael Grange
For the most part, the Toronto Raptors were able to contain Dallas Mavericks star Luka Doncic and in the process, they might actually be building something close to momentum at the right time.
After grappling with doubts, Johnson is crafting new career arc with Raptors
Michael Grange
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Raptors squeeze out much-needed win as Eastern Conference gets tougher
Michael Grange
Toronto's win on Thursday hopefully sets the Raptors back on track as they look up from the bottom of their conference. They have a chance to change courses, and they need to because the Eastern Conference isn't standing still waiting for them.
Nets’ new formidable trio undercuts Nash’s loveable underdog style
Michael Grange
The Brooklyn Nets have become the NBA’s evil empire and Steve Nash — who many felt jumped the line in being hard for one of the league’s plum jobs without a whiff of experience — is its spokesman and leader.
Raptors lose at buzzer again, but Boucher proving to be a revelation
Michael Grange
NBA grappling with COVID-19 cases puts Raptors' struggles into perspective
Michael Grange
The Toronto Raptors and Golden State Warriors played a game. And it was a legitimate, regular-season NBA game where all the key figures were on the floor, the coaches had full rotations to work with and no one had to leave the bench midway through because of an inconclusive COVID-19 testing result.
How Raptors' Pascal Siakam can unlock game by returning to roots
Michael Grange
Pascal Siakam's struggles have come when he's stopped playing basketball his way. By turning back the clock, he should become the dominant player he was when the Toronto Raptors signed him to a massive contract.
After tumultuous 24 hours, Raptors' return to the court ends in frustration
Michael Grange
Raptors roster cracks are showing and it's on Ujiri, Webster to shore them up
Michael Grange
While Masai Ujiri and Bobby Webster deserve heaps of credit for maneuvering the Raptors into championship status, it’s fair to point out that in the years since there have been more misses than hits.