Sometimes, out of the darkest moments come the greatest revelations.
The Crate’s Lake Country Boats Orillia Lakers major bantam boys basketball team competed at the IEM tournament March 4 and 5 in Newmarket and earned a fourth-place finish.
TORONTO — When the season finally wraps up for the Raptors and the post-season begins, no one is going to look back on this moment and recall how a win was produced.
The Orillia Lakers Beauty Supply Outlet U10 Novice Girls competed at the Blessed Sacrament Tournament in Hamilton recently and came home with the silver medal.
Twin Lakes Secondary School graduate Sean Clendinning capped his improbable four-year varsity basketball career in style Saturday, putting an exclamation point on an impressive Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) run of hard-court dominance.
Kyrie Irving is the point guard for the world champions.
TORONTO — For most of his five seasons in Toronto, we waited for Terrence Ross to become something other than disappointing, confounding and overpaid.
Former Knicks star Charles Oakley was forcefully removed from his seat at Madison Square Garden, handcuffed and arrested after a scuffle near team owner James Dolan.
Nothing like the return to health of a team’s leading scorer to bring back a semblance of normalcy to a franchise.
Sunday’s Raptors-Nets game got off to an ugly start, but none of the sub-par moments could top what happened before the game even began.
If this does turn out to be a playoff preview, basketball fans in both cities of Toronto and Boston are in for a treat.
Desperate for a victory, Kyle Lowry strapped his Raptors teammates to his back and carried the team to a massive 108-106 win on Tuesday night at the Air Canada Centre.
LeBron James is done bowing to Sir Charles.
The Raptors defensive woes took a decided back seat on Monday as first the team’s marquee player, then the head coach and finally the team president went on the offensive targeting U.S. President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
The Raptors were back to full health Sunday night but without the expected results.
It's time to light up the Pat Signal.
Recognition of DeMar DeRozan's work ethic and constant improvement has been slow to come in many corners of professional basketball.