The 905’s season and run for the last playoff spot came to an abrupt end, as the world battles a pandemic. With their season essentially over, let’s review how things went.
As the Raptors 905 make a push for the playoffs, the prospects are making a collective effort in willing the team into the final wildcard spot.
As the Raptors 905 continue to battle for a G League playoff spot, Watson and Tyler Ennis led the team over the past week.
Last week with the 905, Tyler Ennis showcased his offense, Devin Robinson continued his high level play, and coach Jama Mahlalela went for a coaching flex.
Scouting Henry Ellenson’s performance as a 905er, and looking at Tyler Ennis and Paul Watson’s growing pains.
The 905 roster looks different today after the Raptors dropped their two-way player Shamorie Ponds to sign Paul Watson. Meanwhile, we also take a look at a Tyler Ennis’ recent resurgence.
The 905 played well despite the signings of Justin Anderson and Paul Watson to the NBA, winning both games this week.
The 905 lost its two best players to 10-day contracts, but also played a game with a few Raptors rotation players. Meanwhile, at least for one night, Oshae Brissett put on a show.
The 905 had two difficult losses at the G League Winter Showcase, but got a win quickly after to salvage the break.
Coach Jama Mahlalela and the Raptors 905 are back with an entirely new team, including new prospects and intriguing affiliate names, for the 2019-20 G League season.