Chris Bosh and the Toronto Raptors Have Stopped Scoring!

December 2nd, 2009 by Stephen Brotherston Leave a reply »
What has happened to Chris Bosh and the Toronto Raptors?

The Toronto Raptors started out better than anyone’s reasonable expectations this season. The team faced a difficult opening schedule, but started 5-5 and scored an average 106.9 points.

Chris Bosh was a big part of this success, averaging an impressive 27.7 points per game, taking 17 shots, and shooting 50 percent from the field.

But, since then, life hasn’t been so easy for Chris Bosh and the Raptors, and, over the past six games, things have gotten downright discouraging.

Over the past six games—four of which have been at home—the high-scoring Toronto Raptors have averaged less than 100 points per game and lost five of them—continuing a disconcerting trend of the Raptors scoring disappearing.

The loss of the normally-reliable offensive production from Chris Bosh has been a big part of the Raptors' demise.

Over the past six games, Chris Bosh has shot 41.7 percent from the field, taken 18 shots per game, and averaged 21.3 points.

In some games, Bosh’s shooting has almost completely deserted him, averaging j ...

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