Toronto Raptors’ Offseason Agenda, Version 2.0

July 2nd, 2010 by Mark Birdsell Leave a reply »
A few months ago I wrote an article detailing what I believed should have been Bryan Colangelo’s agenda this summer.

The main focus was to satisfy Chris Bosh’s desire to add a more talented wing player and hope that Bosh would resign, while also resigning Amir Johnson and adding a few more pieces to try to create a playoff team and maybe even a championship contender.

That dream has gone out the window. Basketball analysts have been speculating for months that Bosh was the most likely high level free agent to sign with a new team this offseason. Even Colangelo admitted the other day that Bosh will likely leave the team this summer.

The Raptors are now entering a semi-rebuilding mode and have a lot of decisions to make.

The team drafted forward Ed Davis out of North Carolina with the thirteenth pick in the draft. This was an unexpected move since Davis never worked out for the Raptors. Most experts believed he would have been off the board when Toronto was drafting.

Davis is a power forward and ironically, his favourite player is Bosh. He is a talented rebounder and shotblocker. Davis won’t be able to fill ...

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