Right after the all-star or actually one game before Evans was activated.
It is possible that inserting him into the lineup along with CB4ís injuries were enough to upset the chemistry that was going on.
Also as had been mentioned before the Raptors started with a difficult schedule and then most of their winning record during the 35 game span was against below .500 teams.
Then after the all-star break they started to play the playoff teams again a greater percentage of the time.
So you had three things happen after the all-star game that I think hurt the Raptors
1. CB4ís injuries
2. Disrupted chemistry with Evans now playing
3. More difficult schedule then during the hot streak
How much each contributed to the fall off in winning? I donít know but I think that all three had some negative impact on the record of the Raptors after the all-star break