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Drake becomes a meme after showing “fake concern” over Kevin Durant’s #Game4 injury: ” “Are you at home?” “Yeah, why?” *incoming FaceTime call* ” [VIDEO]

By Jay Rich Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer The Toronto Raptors, until very recently, had middling successes. A lot of promise was shown, in the Chris Bosh era, but never realized. When he bolted for Miami, the Raptors bottomed out, but DeMar DeRozan was their diamond in the ruff. In 2012, Kyle Lowry joined the

Toronto Raptors’ logo was mistakenly replaced by the Houston Rockets’ “R” logo, during Game 2 of the #NBAFinals broadcast [PHOTO]

By Jay Rich Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Through its history, the Toronto Raptors have always been an overlooked franchise. Aside from the Vince Carter era, the Raptors were never truly relevant. Before the Chris Bosh era could truly begin, he bolted for Miami. It wasn't until DeMar DeRozan took over, and Kyle Lowry joined,

Did Lowry really just put up 0 points in Game 1? Kyle Lowry is labeled a certified bum, trash, and a disappointment by Raptors fans after scoring 0 points in #NBAPlayoffs Game 1 vs. Magic, typical playoff mode, as DJ Augustin hit amazing game-winning shot

By Prince Hakeem Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Every year, fans blamed DeMar DeRozan for how poorly the Raptors performed, in the playoffs. Nevermind the fact that, before DeRozan, the Raptors were never serious contenders. After Chris Bosh spurned the Raptors, DeRozan stayed to build something. With Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan formed a core that

Chis Bosh talks NBA return on “First Take,” says “I’m not done yet,” and is interested in joining Raptors #FirstTake [VIDEO]

By Jay Rich HHV Sports Senior Staff Writer In the 2009-2010 season, the Toronto Raptors looked like they would cruise to their third straight playoff appearance. After initial struggles, following Vince Carter's departure, Chris Bosh got the team going. The team even won their first division title, in 2007. Insult was added to

Raptors are brutalizing the Hornets, right now, their bench unit is shooting the lights out, and #NBATwitter says Toronto has the best ball movement + bench #BenchMob

By G Moniy HHV Sports Staff Writer Watching the Toronto Raptors, over these past few years, has been impressive. When the Raptors lost Chris Bosh, they started building around DeMar DeRozan. In the 2012 offseason, the Raptors ended up trading for Kyle Lowry, forming a strong backcourt duo. By 2014, the Raptors proved

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