Masai Ujiri

Canada's Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau talks to members of the Toronto Raptors youth programs, alongside Masai Ujiri, the President of the team, at the Mattamy Athletic Centre during Trudeau's election campaign tour in Toronto, Ontario, Canada September 1, 2021. (Carlos Osorio/Reuters)

Justin Trudeau tries borrowing a little bit of Masai’s magic

Election Image of the Day: The aura around Masai Ujiri remains intact, making him a magnet to a certain federal leader who’s been attracting the wrong kind of crowd

The Torotno Raptors team bus in Florida, posted to Twitter on July 9th, 2020. (@Raptors/Twitter)

What Americans tend to get wrong about racism in Canada

Matthew Amha: NBA star Draymond Green’s ill-informed comments about Black Lives Matter in Canada have inspired a broader debate about the Black-Canadian freedom struggle

Raptors fans: as long as we’ve got Masai Ujiri, we’re all right

Andray Domise: The Raptors President has the cap space to inherit another superstar. One name comes to mind—Giannis Antetokounmpo.

The racial profiling of Masai Ujiri

Andray Domise: Police violence, media complicity and how the Toronto Raptors’ proudest moment became another piece of evidence

Masai Ujiri on how basketball is becoming Canada’s game

The Toronto Raptors GM discusses the NBA All-Star Weekend and his team’s winning ways