The Voice Of The Toronto Raptors, Matt Devlin Joins Jonah Sigel In Bleav In the Pressrow The TV voice of the Toronto Raptors for the past 12 years, Matt Devlin shares his Corona stories, his life co-parenting three boys and many stores from the NBA Raptors with a special focus on the championship season.

<span class="entry-title-primary">The Voice Of The Toronto Raptors, Matt Devlin Joins Jonah Sigel In Bleav In the Pressrow</span> <span class="entry-subtitle">The TV voice of the Toronto Raptors for the past 12 years, Matt Devlin shares his Corona stories, his life co-parenting three boys and many stores from the NBA Raptors with a special focus on the championship season.</span>

By TSM

On April 13, 2019 one year ago from today, the Toronto Raptors embarked on a historic playoff run resulting in a franchise first NBA Championship. For 12 years Matt Devlin has been the voice of the franchise and he stepped into the Pressrow today. A personal look at the life of the Raptors TV voice, insights on how family life is right now for the usually on the road father of 3 and some great stories of his journey as an elite broadcaster.

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    G’Day!

    Do you remember all those times years ago on HNIC when Grapes used to go on about the pinkos at city hall? I do. It started bugging me because although there were what might be called tree-huggers galore on council, it did not seem to be a terrible thing, at least in theory, I felt.

    And now- Current day pandemic: Early reports indicated, amongst other things, that the older population and especially those with underlying health conditions were the most vulnerable. Right? So how did our health professionals react? Statistics are saying that HALF THE DEATHS in Ontario are from long-term care facilities where most were older
    and had underlying health conditions.

    Dr. DeVilla said she is not going to give us the daily dead from long-term care facilities anymore.

    Dr. Tam starts her first presser about the pandemic by admonishing us about racism.

    Doug Ford effectively fired Dr. Donnelly, Ontario top health person but nothing changed- testing still lagged badly.

    Is it likely that each of these critical and high level health staff is incompetent at the city, federal and provincial levels?

    Or is it possible that Grapes was right and, like Justin Trudeau, they have a bit too much affection for communist China?

    Don Cherry, I apologize.

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    Billyjoejimbob 6 months ago

    This will be good. 

    Mikeinboston, for a guy that’s holier-than-thou, I have a lot of interesting commenters

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