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View Poll Results: How many wins will the Raptors have in 2011-2012?

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  • 10 or less

    2 2.63%
  • 11-14

    11 14.47%
  • 15-18

    25 32.89%
  • 19-21

    10 13.16%
  • 22-24

    10 13.16%
  • 25-27

    8 10.53%
  • 28-30

    2 2.63%
  • 31-33

    3 3.95%
  • 34 or more

    5 6.58%
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Thread: How many wins for the 2011-2012 Toronto Raptors

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    Quote NoPropsneeded wrote: View Post
    Me and SuperRaptors are very optimistic. I don't think we'll make the playoffs this year but i expect big things from this team in the coming seasons. I want to see this team discussed regularly on NBA gametime, i want to shut up those americans who think we don't deserve a team up here. We will prove a lot of people wrong in the coming seasons
    You think the Raptors becoming a playoff team is going to do that? Really? So why haven't their previous playoff trips done that? For that to happen, the Raptors actually have to be a contender. And the Raptors are NOT going to be a contender this year. Best way for them to become a contender? Draft a franchise player in the next draft.
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    Quote Lark Benson wrote: View Post
    With so many people saying 18, I'm gonna price-is-right them and go 17. Just because.

    As for SuperRaptor, well, I don't envy you the colossal disappointment you're in for. Soon you will be like the rest of us, cautious in your optimism.
    I watched every game last year, there were a lot of games that we were in, and some that we got blown out. I dont think we are as far as some people think we are to being a good team. This years team is a bigger, stronger, more mature, and probably better defensive team than last years was. I see us getting over the hump on those games that we were so close in last year, and becoming an average team. If it doesnt happen I will be disappointed no doubt, but I am confident in the future of this team with JV coming and all the cap flexibility we have coming next year, either way I will be good. I feel like I am being cautious with my optimism (lol I dont expect them to win the championship or something, that would be too optimistic).

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    Quote KaioKev wrote: View Post
    One year of maturity/experience, more veteran leadership, more defensive accountability which will lead to a few more stops, more experienced depth on the bench. I'm sticking with my 25 wins and 41 losses record.

    For preseason I think they will go 0-2.
    We play Boston twice in preseason? lol I think we will be 0-2 also.

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    Quote SuperRaptor wrote: View Post
    I watched every game last year, there were a lot of games that we were in, and some that we got blown out. I dont think we are as far as some people think we are to being a good team. This years team is a bigger, stronger, more mature, and probably better defensive team than last years was. I see us getting over the hump on those games that we were so close in last year, and becoming an average team. If it doesnt happen I will be disappointed no doubt, but I am confident in the future of this team with JV coming and all the cap flexibility we have coming next year, either way I will be good. I feel like I am being cautious with my optimism (lol I dont expect them to win the championship or something, that would be too optimistic).
    The question is, how many other teams to you watch? EVERY team plays a lot of close games. I think there's way more than you think. The difference is that the good teams know how to win those. Watch the close games with the good teams and with the mediocre teams. The good teams simply don't make nearly as many mistakes in the last few minutes. And that's why the veteran teams tend to win more. They make a lot fewer mistakes in the last few minutes. And that's why the Raptors are at a disadvantage. They still have a young team. You can stick as many veterans on the bench as