Toronto Raptors & New York

The Toronto Raptors are a professional basketball team based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. New York (locally ) is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States. New York is the 27th-most extensive, the 3rd-most populous, and the 7th-most densely populated of the 50 United States. 5.0/5

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NEW YORK -- Steve Kerr met with New York team president Phil Jackson over the weekend to discuss the Knicks' vacant head-coaching job. Kerr said he had dinner with Jackson on Friday for a few hours and also talked with him on Saturday. "We will keep talking," said Kerr, a TNT analyst who was in Brooklyn to work Game 4 of the playoff series between the Nets and Toronto Raptors. "There is a lot to cover on both sides. This was the first time we've talked about the job. It just opened up last week. We got a lot of things to discuss." Kerr would not divulge how he feels about the team's roster and what appeals to him about the possibility of coaching the Knicks, who fired Mike Woodson shortly after the season ended. But Kerr reiterated his interest in becoming a head coach and said that coaching the Knicks and working for Jackson, his coach while playing for the Chicago Bulls, intrigues him. "Oh yeah, how could it not?" he said. "It's the Knicks and Phil Jackson, my coach. I would be crazy not to look into it ...
Steve Kerr is in New York this weekend to serve as an analyst for TNT's Sunday broadcast of Game 4 between the Brooklyn Nets and Toronto Raptors. While he's in town, Kerr might meet with president Phil Jackson to talk about the Knicks' head-coaching vacancy, according to an NBA source. -Tape7
That's the message Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is sending in response to the profanity that Toronto Raptors general manager Masai Uriji heaved in the direction of New York City's most populous bureau.
Cleveland Cavaliers (21-41) at Toronto Raptors (24-39), 6 p.m. (ET) Third-quarter woes have plagued the Cleveland Cavaliers the last few games, prompting All-Star guard Kyrie Irving to say the team needs to find a rhythm coming out at halftime. Irving will have a chance to see if his words set in with his teammates when the Cavaliers visit the Toronto Raptors Sunday at Air Canada Centre. The Cavs have been outscored in the third quarter in each of the last three games against New York (21-13), Utah (25-19) and Memphis (32-18). In Friday's 103-92 loss to the Grizzlies on their own floor, the Cavs were led by... ~magmaw
Final: Nets 94 - 88 Raptors Nets (12-9) J. Johnson - 23 points / 4 assists / 2 rebounds C. Watson - 16 points / 3 assists / 6 rebounds K. Humphries - 11 points / 2 rebounds A. Blatche - 14 points / 3 assists / 9 rebounds / 2 turnover Raptors (4-19) E. Davis - 24 points / 1 assist / 12 rebounds / 3 steals J. Valanciunas - 15 points / 4 rebounds / 3 turnovers D. DeRozan - 11 points / 2 assists / 5 rebounds / 4 steals J. Calderon - 10 points / 15 assists / 3 rebounds Coincidence or not, the Brooklyn Nets are in the midst of their worst stretch of the season while Brook Lopez nurses an injury. The struggling Toronto Raptors are dealing with their own woes, and they'll be down to eight healthy players Wednesday night when these teams meet in Canada looking to snap five-game losing streaks. Lopez hoped his sprained right foot was healed enough to play Tuesday against New York, but he was ruled out before the game and is not scheduled to make the trip to Toronto. ~ Hawks 86 - 80 Magic Hawks (13-6) J. Smith - 1 . ...
THERES NO SCHOOL UTILL NEXT WEEK!Public Schools Closed Through Friday By: NY1 News Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced at a Tuesday afternoon news conference that all city public and charter schools will be closed through Friday, but said that teachers and administrators must report to work on Friday. The mayor also said that the Knicks-Nets season opener, which was originally scheduled for Thursday night at the Barclays Center, is now postponed until a later date. The Nets' first game at Barclays Center will be on Saturday night against the Toronto Raptors. He also said the New York City Marathon will go on as planned on Sunday. Some local colleges are not holding class Thursday, including the entire City University of New York (CUNY) system and Pace University. CUNY schools will resume classes on Friday. New York University is resuming a normal class schedule on Monday. About 6,000 NYU undergraduate students were moved out Wednesday of dormitories in Lower Manhattan that did not have working fire systems. ...
Toronto Star - Toronto Raptors: Jose Bautista injured as Blue Jays fall to New York
Listening to sports talk radio tonight at work I heard that Brooklyn had broken off talks with Dwight Howard. So I'm thinking, "Brooklyn?... Brooklyn doesn't have an NBA basketball team..." Then I get home and look it up on the internet and learn that not only does Brooklyn have a team (the Nets, formerly of New Jersey), but so does Oklahoma City (former Seattle Supersonics), Memphis (Grizzlies, former Vancouver Grizzlies), - Wait! What? There was an NBA team in Vancouver??? - and Toronto (Raptors - been around since two years after the "Jurassic Park" film was released). Also New Orleans now has the Hornets (from Charlotte) and Charlotte has the Bobcats. Most surprising was learning that New York has a team called the "Knicks" that is supposedly "professional".
Fields agrees to 3-year, $20M offer sheet from Raptors Posted Jul 4 2012 6:18AM NEW YORK (AP) -- Knicks guard Landry Fields could be on his way out of New York after agreeing to sign an offer sheet with the Toronto Raptors. The Octagon agency confirmed the deal, reported Tuesday by ESPN.com to be for three years and about $20 million. Since Fields is a restricted Free Agent, the Knicks will have three days to match the offer after it can be signed on July 11. The second-round pick from Stanford in 2010 was a first-team, All-Rookie pick in 2011 and followed by starting 62 of the Knicks' 66 games last season, averaging 8.8 points. The Raptors met with Phoenix point guard Steve Nash on Sunday and are hoping to sign the two-time MVP from Canada
Breaking news, it's just in: Operation Nash in place for the Toronto Raptors: Sources says a group that includes team governor Larry Tanenbaum, GM Bryan Colangelo, and coach Dwane Casey is flying overnight from Los Angeles to New York tonight on Tanenbaum's jet in order to be the first team to greet Free Agent point guard Steve Nash in the morning. omg they are actually going for it. i dunno lol
Friday, May 18, 2012. Born 1967 Rob Base "Robert Ginyard" was born, 'rapper' he was a hip-hop duo from Harlem, New York who are best known for their hit "It Takes Two". 1980 Reginald Jamaal "Reggie" Evans was born, 'basketball' he is the power forward for the Toronto Raptors. 1983 Vincent Paul'Vince' Young Jr. was born, 'football' he is the quarterback for Tennessee Titans.
Perhaps it's only fitting the Toronto Raptors reportedly have eyes for Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin.
Why everyone is hating on my NEW YORK KNICKS? What I done to everyone? It's sounds like my feelings are hurt. That's why am scared to said something bout my team. Am a die hard Knicks Fans. I really don't like punk *** Philly 76'ers and Toronto Raptors and yes Brooklyn Nets(fromely New Jersey).
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