However free agency is not looking promising for free agents this year. Maybe there is a diamond in the rough sitting on someone's bench?
The trade route might be an option but to get anyone established, what do the Raptors have to give up? The draft is always a crap shoot but you never know. Last year no one saw MCW having a rookie season like he has had. This year no one saw Tyler Ennis coming out like he has at Syracuse. Ennis is having arguably the biggest impact of any freshman this season.
One think Leiweke did say is that they will look at any means of improving as long as it does not compromise young assets and draft picks.
A lot of posters seem to think any discussion of change or what happens beyond this season is negative. I disagree with that. This is a really exciting time for the Raptors. New ownership, new leadership, new front office, free of Bargnani, exciting players with potential still untapped. I love the business side (CBA, contracts, trades) of things nearly as much as the on court product.
Anyways, it really is an exciting time for the Raptors..... regardless if you think they are only moving forward or they might have to take a step back to really move ahead.
"Championships are what we live for, now lets go win them."Tim Leiweke
Basketball has clear winners every night --except at the draft, which is all homework, politics and chance.
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)