By Andrew Thompson
Taking stock of a few developing team trends so far.
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A woeful final 20 seconds sees the Raptors fall to the tough Orlando Magic defence.
Come sit next to me, pour yourself some tea, and look at how Valanciunas has made a major step in improvement.
The 3-0 Raptors are winning and winning the right way, which has got the pod more excited than Terrence Ross’s agent.
The Raptors have finally set themselves up as real players in free agency. But will salary cap restrictions and income tax law ultimately prevent them doing so?
Taking stock of what changes seem likely for a team that clearly looks like it’s run it’s course.
Despite a strong effort, the Wizards beat down the Raptors and prep their button-smashing fatality move for Game 4.
The Wizards demoralize the Raptors on both ends of the floor, putting a rain cloud over Raptor Nation as they clearly separate themselves from the Dinos.
The Raptors need to adjust their gameplan moving forward. Forget about old man Pierce, the Raptors need to focus on finally making some simple offensive changes in order to stay alive.
The Raptors drop a confusing one to the plucky Celtics, likely losing the 3 seed in the process.
The Raptors look to pick up a win and prevent their fans heads from exploding against the team that used to be the Lakers.