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Podcast – Nick Nurse Hiring Reaction w/ Vivek Jacob

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In Episode 347 of Locked on Raptors, Sean Woodley and Vivek Jacob react to the hiring of Nick Nurse to be the new head coach of the Raptors. They discuss their feelings on the decision to hire Nurse over Ettore Messina, the things they’re looking forward to seeing from Nurse, and whether they have any concerns about Nurse being enough of a change of pace from Dwane Casey.

Podcast host and writer for Locked on Raptors, Raptors HQ and Hoop Talks Live. Terrence Ross believer. On Twitter @WoodleySean. It's 10 grown men playing with a ball -- let's have some fun with it.

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Podcast – LeBron Heads West w/ Josh Howe

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In Episode 357 of Locked on Raptors, Sean Woodley chats with Josh Howe (Raptors Republic, Writers Write) about how LeBron James heading to the Western Conference changes the Raptors’ outlook for next season, whether the move makes a retool less justifiable, the new East hierarchy, whether the lack of beating LeBron would cheapen a Raptors finals appearance, and much more.

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Podcast – FRED BACK! w/ Vivek Jacob

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In Episode 356 of Locked on Raptors, Sean Woodley and Vivek Jacob react to the Raptors signing Fred VanVleet to a two-year / $18 million contract and some of the others news from a busy opening to free agency. Sean also loses his mind when the Leafs sign John Tavares midway through the show.

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Podcast – The Five Worst Seasons in Raptors History w/ Dan Grant

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In Episode 355 of Locked on Raptors, Sean Woodley and Dan Grant (Raptors HQ) take on the unenviable task of ranking the five-worst seasons in Raptors franchise history. Milt Palacio’s name gets said a few times.

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