By Andrew Thompson
Taking stock of a few developing team trends so far.
Buy low, sell high! Get in on owning imaginary shares with the Raptors lineup stock game.
Come sit next to me, pour yourself some tea, and look at how Valanciunas has made a major step in improvement.
The Raptors need to adjust their gameplan moving forward. Forget about old man Pierce, the Raptors need to focus on finally making some simple offensive changes in order to stay alive.
The Raptors drop a confusing one to the plucky Celtics, likely losing the 3 seed in the process.
The Raptors look to pick up a win and prevent their fans heads from exploding against the team that used to be the Lakers.
The Raptors effort to build momentum towards the playoffs is brought to a shaking halt by a mediocre opponent and worse coaching.
Looking at how and why DeMar DeRozan’s offensive game has taken such a major step back this season.
The Raptors defence is predictably unable to contain LaMarcus Aldridge and the intelligent ball movement of the Portland Trail Blazers.
The Raptors need to make changes to their slipping offence.
Trying to make a case for Jonas Valanciunas out of the advanced stats that can’t decide whether they absolutely love or completely hate his game.
The Raptors leave another win on the table against what has become their achilles heal: non-playoff teams without their best players.