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Sean Woodley and an array of guests lead you through the season with a daily podcast on the 2019 NBA Champion Toronto Raptors. Game recaps, opponent check-ins, obscure Raptors history, laughs, feelings, and weekly appearances by Katie Heindl (Dime) and Vivek Jacob (Complex) — you'll find it all on the Locked On Raptors Podcast, part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Your team. Every day.
 
Welcome into Raps unPublished: Season TWO(FIVE) with Akil Augustine, Matt Tierney, and Duane Watson. The podcast with the most Raptors guests and Raptors stories. You won't want to miss an episode as we'll be featuring some of your favourite Raptors to have played or coached for the team, as well as other prominent and recognized voices in the history of the franchise. We are your 2019 defending NBA Champions, 25 years in the making.
 
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In Episode 1179, Sean Woodley goes solo to continue his player review series with a look at the seasons of Thad Young, Malachi Flynn and Khem Birch with the Toronto Raptors, and examine their futures with the team. Off the top, Sean digs in to Thad, who seems to check all the boxes the Raptors tend to look for in a player, but due to an abbreviated…
 
Jay and Jay breakdown their thoughts on some free agency decisions for the Raptors, where the Sixers go from here, and how they wished the Bucks vs. Celtics were the NBA Finals. Playoffs are the best! Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review our podcast on Apple Podcast. Leaving a 5 star review really helps us move up the ranks! #Raptors #WeTheNo…
 
The Raptors bowed out of the NBA playoffs, and Eric and Holly discuss their loss to the 76ers, before moving on to the end-of-season comments from Fred VanVleet, Nick Nurse, Masai Ujiri and others. They also briefly touch on an offseason outlook before singing the praises (and doling out some low-level criticism) of Jeopardy champion Mattea Roach. …
 
In Episode 1178, Sean Woodley goes solo to break down the 2021-22 season that was for Toronto Raptors guard Gary Trent Jr. Off the top, Sean digs into what makes Trent such a delight to watch. He's a true embodiment of the gunner's spirit, the type of guy who makes the 82-game grind a lot more fun to watch, and who can swing an important game with …
 
In Episode 1177, Sean Woodley is joined by Samson Folk (Raptors Republic) to review the season of Toronto Raptors forward and the jewell of the Kyle Lowry sign-and-trade, Precious Achiuwa. Off the top, Sean and Samson dig into their biggest positive takeaways from Achiuwa's first season in Toronto. While he may not be the best overall defender on t…
 
In Episode 1176, Sean Woodley is joined by Crina Mustafa (The Parleh) to review the 2021-22 season of Toronto Raptors All-Star point guard Fred VanVleet. Off the top, they dig into VanVleet ascension to All-Star status, and the improvements in his mid-range, at-the-rim and overall floor game that helped get him there as the clear best player on the…
 
In Episode 1175, Sean Woodley is joined by Katie Heindl (DIME, Basketball Feelings) to dig into the season that was for Toronto Raptors forward OG Anunoby. Off the top, Sean and Katie dig into their biggest positive takeaways from OG Anunoby's injury-interupted 2021-22 season, including the crystalization of his role as the ultimate glue guy for th…
 
In Episode 1174, Sean Woodley is joined by Vivek Jacob (Raptors.com) to review the season that was for Toronto Raptors star forward and possible All-NBA selection Pascal Siakam. Off the top, they dig into their biggest takeaways from Siakam's outstanding year. Siakam found joy once again this season, and carried it throughout the whole season, ceme…
 
In Episode 1173, Sean Woodley goes solo to break down the season that was for Toronto Raptors forward Chris Boucher. Off the top, Sean digs into how Boucher transformed his game this season, going from becoming a guy with good stats but without much on-court impact on winning, into a truly positive force on both ends of the floor in a reserve role.…
 
In Episode 1172, Sean Woodley goes solo to review the season of Toronto Raptors star rookie Scottie Barnes. Off the top, Sean discusses his biggest positive takeaway from Barnes' Rookie of the Year-winning campaign, which is simply that he's clearly on the road to stardom, and a type of stardom that doesn't really have a close comparable. Don't put…
 
In Episode 1171, Sean Woodley goes solo to break down the season-ending press conference by Toronto Raptors vice chairman Masai Ujiri. Off the top, Sean details why the degree to which Masai preached the importance of patience in the building of the team should be music to fans' ears, considering that it suggests the Raptors will not skip steps as …
 
In Episode 1170, Sean Woodley is joined by Vivek Jacob (Raptors.com) to kick off this year's Season In Review series of episodes with a look at the big picture takeaways from a successful 2021-22 Toronto Raptors season. Off the top, they dig into the biggest positive takeaways from the season that was, including the realization that Vision 6'9 seem…
 
In Episode 1169, Sean Woodley goes solo from Scotiabank Arena following the Toronto Raptors' Game 6 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 6 of their first round NBA playoff series. Off the top, Sean digs into how James Harden's excellent performance forced the Raptors to alter their game plan, and ultimately led to Toronto losing the formula that …
 
It was a hell of a run but the comeback falls short as the Raptors fall to the 76's in the first round of the playoffs in 6 games. So many positives to come out of it, as well as negatives, but this episode was a quick therapy session for the boys of That's A Rap. Thank you everyone for an incredible season! Don't forget to subscribe, rate and revi…
 
In Episode 1168, Sean Woodley is joined by Jackson Frank (Liberty Ballers, Basketall News) to talk about the Sixers have of the first round NBA playoff series between the Toronto Raptors and Philadelphia 76ers. Off the top they chat about the ways in which the Sixers lost the plot after Game 1 and 2, and whether their early series control of the tr…
 
Can the Raptors be the first team in NBA history to win a series after trailing 3-0? They certainly have the momentum, with Pascal Siakam and Precious Achiuwa taking star turns. Eric and Holly talk about that, Thaddeus Young's quiet excellence and the not-at-all quiet vibes radiating out of Philadelphia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit mega…
 
In Episode 1167, Sean Woodley goes solo to field a bunch of listener questions about the Toronto Raptors' first round playoff series against the Philadelphia 76ers. Off the top, Sean digs into whether the two off days will benefit the Raptors, or if the Sixers might stand to gain more of an advantage as it gives Joel Embiid another day to rest his …
 
In Episode 1166, Sean Woodley is joined by Jamar Hinds (Raptors Republic) to break down the Toronto Raptors' 103-88 win over the Phialdelphia 76ers in Game 5 of their first round series to bring the series to 3-2 heading back to Scotiabank Arena on Thursday. Off the top, they dive into the play of Pascal Siakam, whose 23-point, 10-rebound, 7-assist…
 
In Episode 1165, Sean Woodley is joined by Vivek Jacob (Raptors.com) to preview Game 5 of the Toronto Raptors first round playoff series against the Philadelphia 76ers. Off the top, Sean and Vivek discuss Fred VanVleet, who is questionable to play on Monday, and whether the Raptors can win Game 5 if he's unavailable. Is there a chance the Raptors m…
 
In Episode 1164, Sean Woodley goes solo LIVE from Scotiabank Arena following the Toronto Raptors' 110-102 win over the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 4 of their first round series on Saturday afternoon. Off the top, Sean digs into Pascal Siakam's masterful bounceback performance, which he finished with a line of 34-8-5 on 10/19 shooting and a whopping …
 
Can't sugar coat it, that one hurt. No NBA team has ever come back from an 0-3 deficit but history can always be made! Better late than never but the boys give their playoffs bracket predictions! Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review our podcast on Apple Podcast. Leaving a 5 star review really helps us move up the ranks! #Raptors #WeTheNorth #…
 
In Episode 1163, Sean Woodley is joined by Rohan Nadkarni (SI.com, Open Floor) to talk about what we've learned about the Toronto Raptors over the course of the 2021-22 season, and in their three playoff losses to the Philadelphia 76ers. Off the top, Sean picks Rohan's brain on the Raptors' team building concept and whether it seems like a viable w…
 
In Episode 1162, Sean Woodley goes solo live from Scotiabank Arena moments after the Toronto Raptors lost a heartbreaker to Joel Embiid's Philadelphia 76ers in Game 3 of their first round playoff series. Off the top, Sean digs into the inevitabiltiy that comes with a star player as great as Embiid, the breakdown on the final defensive possession, a…
 
Eric and Holly try, and mostly fail, not to get too down about the first two games of the Raptors-76ers series. They discuss the physical dominance of Joel Embiid and the incendiary Tyrese Maxey, before realizing this isn't a 76ers podcast. Then, they look for positives as the scene switches to Toronto. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megap…
 
In Episode 1161, Sean Woodley goes solo to break down the Toronto Raptors' 112-97 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 2 of their first round NBA playoff series on Monday night. Off the top, Sean digs into how the Raptors' shorthandedness in Game 2 bled into all the other areas of the game, leaving them unable to keep pace for 48 minutes despite …
 
In Episode 1160, Sean Woodley is joined by Vivek Jacob (Raptors.com) to break down the Toronto Raptors' Game 1 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers in their first round playoff series. Off the top, they dig into the ways in which the Raptors lost their defensive identity in Game 1, how they dealt with Joel Embiid, the explosions of Tyrese Maxey and Tobia…
 
In Episode 1159, Sean Woodley is joined by Katie Heindl to answer a bunch of listener questions ahead of the Toronto Raptors' first round series with the Philadelphia 76ers. Off the top they answer the simple question: how are you feeling? They dig into why they are in fact feeling pretty good about the lack of pressure, and the potential for the R…
 
For the third time in NBA Playoffs history, the Toronto Raptors and the Philadelphia 76's square off in the playoffs, this time as the 4th and 5th ranked teams in the east. We all know how Round 1 and 2 ended in dramatic fashion, will this series keep the same energy? We got Paul Hudrick from the Liberty Ballers Podcast to breakdown this series fro…
 
In Episode 1158, Sean Woodley is joined by Devon Givens and Keith Pompey of Locked On Sixers to preview all angles of the Toronto Raptors first round matchup against the Philadelphia 76ers. Off the top, Sean grills Devon and Keith on some of the pivotal questions surrounding Philly, including Matisse Thybulle's lack of availability for the games in…
 
In Episode 1157, Sean Woodley is joined by Vivek Jacob (Raptors.com) to break down the key storylines to watch in the Toront Raptors' series with the Philadelpihia 76ers. Off the top, they talk about James Harden and how his play could be the biggest swing factor in the series. Does he even have a chance of being the second-best player in the serie…
 
In Episode 1155, Sean Woodley welcomes in James Herbert (CBS Sports) to talk about his recent profile on Scottie Banres, the Rookie of the Year race, and their first impressions of the Toronto Raptors' first round matchup against the Philadelphia 76ers. Off the top, they dig into James' recent profile on Scottie Barnes, what made it such a fun piec…
 
On this special episode of That's A Rap, not only did the Toronto Raptors Clinch their spot in this years NBA playoffs (Queue Masai: "Play In For What?!), but this is also episode 200 for yours truly. We want to thank everyone whose taken the time to click on our little pod and listen with us. We appreciate each and everyone of you and we can't wai…
 
In Episode 1155, Sean Woodley is joined by Yasmin Duale (Yahoo Sports Canada, Dishes & Dimes) to recap the Toronto Raptors' thrilling 119-114 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday night at Scotiabank Arena. Off the top, they dig into Pascal Siakam's unbelievable 37-point, 11-rebound, 12-assist demolition of the Sixers' defense, the evolution …
 
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