NBA Preview: Matching Up the Knicks and Raptors With NBA Broadcaster Leo Rautins

December 8th, 2010 by Keith Schlosser Leave a reply »
Former NBA player Leo Rautins is a Canadian basketball legend. He was the youngest player ever to dress for the Canadian National Team at the age of 16, and after that, continued his strong play with a stellar college career, first at the University of Minnesota, then finishing at Syracuse University, where he was named Most Valuable Player in the Big East Tournament and was selected to the school's All-Century Team.

Since then, he has played in the NBA, coached the Canadian National Team, been named to the Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame and is now a broadcaster for the Toronto Raptors. As the Knicks and Raptors gear up tonight for their second game against each other this week, Rautins offers his expertise breaking down tonight’s matchup.

In addition, Rautins takes time to share his thoughts on how his son Andy is doing with the Knicks, and also talks about some other NBA tidbits. A man of many experiences, he certainly has a wealth of knowledge about the game. Read below for more.

Q: In this past Sunday’s match up against the Knicks, even though the Raptors lost, they were resilient and just wouldn’t go away until the end. A ...

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