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Crosshair: Roko Ukic

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If I had to buy a Raptors jersey, it’d be Roko’s. Not having watched many Lottomatica or Barcelona games, I was surprised at how raw Ukic really was. I didn’t expect a refined product but was hoping for him to be of reliable service, after all he’d been playing regularly on some of the better… Read more »

Crosshair: Chris Bosh

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Criticizing Chris Bosh doesn’t seem natural to most Raptors fans including myself. I almost feel guilty saying anything negative about him or calling him out because he is clearly our best player and without him we’re a lottery team.To some degree this franchise indebted to Bosh for carrying it over the last couple years and… Read more »

Crosshair: Andrea Bargnani

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It’s a slow day here in Dubai so I’ll continue with the Crosshair series by getting to Andrea Bargnani. He was the key to our season and the linchpin that would determine continued success or regression, as his season would go so would the Raptors’. At the outset of the year we were relying on… Read more »

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Crosshair: Jose Calderon

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Next up is Jose Calderon. There’s plenty of good things to say about Jose Calderon, his play has been a breath of fresh air for every Raptors fan regardless of which side of the TJ/Jose fence you’re on. Calderon has developed an ability to lead a team through his smart decision making skills, greatly improved… Read more »

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Crosshair: Anthony Parker

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Next up on the crosshair is Anthony Parker. These are going in no particular order. He reminds you a lot of Voshon Lenard – a capable scorer that can be effective as long as he’s not being stretched past his physical ability and talent. Parker’s got a textbook jumpshot that rivals Allan Houston and a… Read more »

Crosshair: Jamario Moon

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Since the off-season is slow as molasses and there isn’t a damn thing Raptor-related going on, I thought it good to pick a player and just break him down until we finally decide what we have in him and whether he’s worth keeping on the team. The reason Jamario Moon played 28 minutes a game… Read more »