Despite some difficult circumstances this past season, Jay Triano never stopped coaching, teaching and leading this team, which resulted in a very strong finishToronto removes Triano's interim label May 11, 2009
This is a difficult but necessary step the franchise must takeRaptors fire Coach Sam Mitchell Dec 03, 2008
Jason is an ideal fit four our system and for our locker roomRaptors sign Jason Kapono Jul 11, 2007
We are sorry to see Charlie leave, but getting better comes at a costBucks get Villanueva for Ford Jul 01, 2006
We are disappointed that Chris will not be able to return this season, but this is the safest and most practical course of action to allow the time necessary for his injury to heal properlyThumb injury ends season for Bosh Apr 06, 2006
Bryan Colangelo (born June 1, 1965) is the President and General Manager of the Toronto Raptors of the NBA. He is the son of Phoenix sports mogul, Jerry Colangelo. He attended Cornell University. He was the 2005 and 2007 recipient of the NBA Executive of the Year Award.
Colangelo began his NBA front-office career with the Phoenix Suns, a franchise then owned by his father. He was a part of that organization for 15 years, the last 11 as General Manager.
During his tenure in Phoenix, Colangelo made a number of transactions that have received wide praise across the NBA, including the drafting of would-be superstars Shawn Marion and Amare Stoudemire. Colangelo was roundly criticized for his trade of Jason Kidd to the New Jersey Nets for Stephon Marbury, but corrected this mistake by trading Marbury and oft-injured Penny Hardaway to the New York Knicks for several contracts. The additional salary cap space created by this trade allowed Colangelo to sign Steve Nash back from the Dallas Mavericks in the summer of 2004. Nash would go on to be the 2004-05 and 2005-06 NBA Most Valuable Player, and the Suns would go 62–20 and claim the top playoff seed in the Western Conference in the 2004-05 season. As a result, Colangelo was awarded the 2005 NBA Executive of the Year Award.