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.
Bright spots emerge in Canada’s win over Nigeria despite Olynyk injury scare
Michael Grange
Even if Kelly Olynyk’s injury is relatively minor, it's fair to wonder where will his comfort level be pushing through it on a volunteer mission. The good news – based on a slim one-game sample – is Canada is not as necessarily as reliant on their NBA player pool as you might think.
Olynyk and Joseph adding to long partnership as Canada's cornerstones
Michael Grange
Time is now for Canada's best to write their own history
Michael Grange
The Golden Age has come of age — the stage is set, and the stakes are enormous.
Why the time is now for the Raptors to go all-in on Pascal Siakam
Michael Grange
The most likely candidate to step into the shoes vacated by DeMar DeRozan and help fill the void left by Kawhi Leonard this past season is Pascal Siakam.
Masai Ujiri's simple message: It's time to move on from Kawhi Leonard
Michael Grange
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Kawhi Leonard's Raptors tenure is over but historic season will live forever
Michael Grange
It was fun while it lasted. So fun. But nothing is forever, except the memories from a season no one will forget, delivered by a player unlike any other the Toronto Raptors have ever had, or likely ever will. They simply don’t come around very often.
Danny Green's future hanging in balance as world waits on Kawhi cliffhanger
Michael Grange
Danny Green doesn't know what Kawhi Leonard is going to do, which makes him like the Raptors and virtually everyone else on the planet. The difference is his future hangs in the balance, too.
Kawhi Leonard in no rush to determine fate of Raptors, NBA title hopefuls
Michael Grange
Raptors finally at centre of ring in NBA's free-agency spectacle
Michael Grange
After nearly a year of build-up, arguably the most anticipated day on an NBA fan’s calendar has finally arrived.