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November 7, 2014 Updates

Bosh didn’t go easy on DeRozan. He also entered the NBA after one season in college at Georgia Tech. There were no free passes in the pros for inexperience. DeRozan credits Bosh for helping to kick start his career. “He was tough on me from the standpoint, I think he knew how good I could be,” DeRozan told Basketball Insiders. “I was the starting guard with him, (Hedo) Turkoglu, (Andrea) Bargnani, Jose Calderon. I was the only rookie out there. A lot of mistakes I made, he would just be hard on me about it so I could be better. He was a good dude. He’s a good friend of mine.” Basketball Insiders

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“Some guys make it but not all get a shot,” Dentmon said. “I was just hoping for one legit chance. I got called up to the Raptors, but they didn’t like me. Coach (Dwane Casey) didn’t like me and I never understood that. I never got a shot to play with the Spurs or the Mavericks either. Honestly, I really thought I’d stick with Toronto for the rest of the season. “After a strong season in the Development League and a few call ups, I opted to stick around the NBA and rejected overseas interest. Then I got hurt, pulled my hamstring and the Austin Toros turned their back on me. I asked for a trade and went to play for the Texas Legends. That didn’t work out either and that’s when I looked at Europe.” Basketball Insiders

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Josh Lewenberg: No surprise, Raps hang onto Greg Stiemsma, waive Jordan Hamilton/Will Cherry, who made strong cases for themselves & should have NBA future Twitter @JLew1050

October 23, 2014 Updates

Shortly after Raptors' rookie Lucas "Bebe" Nogueira returned to the locker room following his NBA pre-season debut Wednesday, he received an emotional phone call from back home. His family and friends had watched the game live from Brazil. His mother was first on the line. "My mom, she's so emotional," the 22-year-old Nogueira said after scoring eight points and blocking three shots in the Raptors' 92-85 victory over Israeli club, Maccabi Haifa. "She [was] crying a lot. She cries about everything, but I understand why she is crying, because they adopted me." TSN

Nogueira went on to praise his family and his upbringing. "They gave me all the support to be, not [only] a basketball player, but a good person and a good human," he continued. "I think the most important thing about making money and playing basketball is that you get to be a good person. They gave me a whole education and support so right now to see her son in the NBA, she's so proud. So I understand why she's crying." TSN

"I was nervous because it was my first game," he admitted when it was all over. "I had just two practices with the team, so I was a little bit nervous." Nogueira waited anxiously, standing in front of his locker just over an hour ahead of tip-off. James Johnson, his neighbour and one of his biggest supporters on the team, came over to give him a pep talk. TSN

October 22, 2014 Updates

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Nasty break-up and all, Air Canada is the best thing that ever happened to the Toronto Raptors.

   

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