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NBA trade rumors: Raptors looking to shed salary after acquiring Kawhi…

“Leonard reportedly demanded a trade out of San Antonio after he had a tense relationship with the team during his rehab process” reports sportingnews.com. Toronto is now looking to make a trade in an effort to cut salary, according to a report from ESPN. The report did not specify which players the Raptors could look to move. Source: sportingnews.com Share This:

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New Extra-Simple Cryptocurrency Exchange for Canadians Launched in Toronto

“Canada is a good location for cryptocurrency mining because its cold climate is a good for the efficient running of mining computers” reports financemagnates.com. A new cryptocurrency exchange for “crypto-curious” Canadians was launched yesterday.CEO Justin Hartzman told ETHNews: “As a long-standing cryptocurrency investor, I have experienced first-hand how Canadians are under-served by existing exchanges.CoinSmart advertises itself as a cryptocurrency exchange that “you can actually understand”. Source: financemagnates.com Share This:

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Does Kawhi Leonard make sense for the Toronto Raptors?

“A ticket to the Finals and a justification for the Casey firing does not come sealed with a Leonard deal” reports sportingnews.com. Because, unless the Raptors turned around and traded Leonard themselves (they’d face the same difficulties on that), Toronto would have accomplished little with Leonard other than to take on San Antonio’s headache. Source: sportingnews.com Share This:

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Former Wild forward Tyler Ennis signs with Toronto

“Free-agent forward Tyler Ennis has signed a one-year, $650,000 deal with the Toronto Maple Leafs a week after having the final year of his contract bought out by the Minnesota Wild” reports foxsports.com. Though undersized at 5-foot-9 and 160 pounds, Ennis is a speedy, play-making forward who topped 20 goals in three of his nine NHL seasons. They also lost forwards James van Riemsdyk and Tyler Bozak in free agency. Source: foxsports.com Share This:

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Amazon HQ2 dark horse? Inside Toronto’s bid to draw tech giant to Canada

“Those may include higher rents, more traffic, a flight of local talent to the e-commerce titan and tax skirmishes with Amazon” reports cnet.com. Plus, after President Donald Trump repeatedly attacked Amazon’s tax contributions and alleged exploitation of the US Post Office earlier this year, the city’s bid may be getting a boost since it’s beyond Trump’s reach. Source: cnet.com Share This:

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