Following Friday's heart-breaker I found it fairly depressing (and sadly predictable) to see several comments on this site from 'fans' saying that they can't wait to boo Salmons in the next game he plays. While there can be no denying that he's currently stuck in a fairly dismal slump, and that his two missed free-throws against the Thunder were a major part of our collapse, the idea that he should be booed for this is absurd.
Players miss shots. It happens. He didn't do it intentionally, and likely feels that he let his team-mates down. The only option now, for Salmons, the team and the fans, is to try and move on from Friday and focus on the rest of the season.
The Raptors are attempting to secure home advantage for the play-offs - something very few people would have predicted at the start of the season. Like it or not Salmons has been a part of this journey, and the last thing the team needs is for the fans to turn against one of their own players for the heinous crime of missing a couple of big free-throws, raking up muck from a lost game when the only sensible (and decent) thing to do is move on. Anybody who decides to boo Salmons on Sunday or any other home match isn't supporting the Raptors.