Author Archives: Tim Chisholm

The Weak East May Be Forcing Masai Ujiri’s Hand

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You can only control what you can control, and in the NBA… well, that ain’t much. It’s the lesson that Masai Ujiri seems to keep learning again and again.


“Tanking” Raptors May Have Improved After Trading Rudy Gay

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It’s not often that a tank-triggering move makes a team better, but I think last night’s trade of Rudy Gay may have achieved just such a paradoxical outcome.


Raptors Should Pursue Winning Trades

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There are two areas of dysfunction that I believe are severely holding the Raptors back right now, and that is pick-and-roll play and Rudy Gay’s shot selection.


Rudy’s Struggling In The Right Way

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Rudy Gay is a major problem and his exodus cannot come quick enough, right? Not so fast, cowboy.


The Raptors Aren’t Setup For Tanking

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I know there is a large contingent of Raptors fans that desperately want their team to tank, but I got news for you: Tanking ain’t easy.


Are The Raptors About To Let Another Amnesty Window Pass?

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Linas Kleiza; amnesty candidate

How have the Raptors not made use of the amnesty provision yet? When you think about a CBA clause that allows a team a one-time shot at getting out from under a bad NBA contract, you think of general managers like Bryan Colangelo that necessitate such a provision in the first place.


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