The Toronto Raptors on Friday publicly responded to several charges brought against one of their rookies. Guard Terence Davis was arrested in New York on Tuesday on charges of assault and criminal mischief in the aftermath of an argument with his girlfriend at The Beekman, a luxury hotel in Manhattan, according to USA Today. The 23-year-old, undrafted rookie out of the University of Mississippi, allegedly struck her in the face, caused her son to fall after hitting her and broke her cell phone, ...
Fred VanVleet Signs Four-year Contract with New York Knicks The prospect of Fred VanVleet signing elsewhere is real, and if he doesn’t re-sign with the Raptors, it’s gonna suck no matter where he goes. Thankfully, none of the current contenders with guard needs have any cap space to sign VanVleet outright (it would be really scary if he somehow went to the Bucks! so if he leaves, he’ll likely go to a lottery team.
Add Kansas basketball coach Bill Self to the list of people in the area who are in full support of Kansas City, Mo. making a push to become the temporary home of the Toronto Raptors. Self was asked on Friday about the Raptors’ potential need to relocate for the 2020-21 NBA season because of travel restrictions brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, and he did not hesitate to offer his opinion about the move and the Kansas City’s attractiveness as a pro town.