Toronto Raptors Players Post All-Star Break Updates

March 14th, 2010 by Stephen Brotherston Leave a reply »
Since the All-Star break, the Toronto Raptors have only beaten the very worst the NBA has to offer, accumulating a 3-8 record and falling to just one game above the .500 mark.  Now in the middle of a four game western road trip, dropping below .500 has become a definite possibility.

And they did this by allowing their scoring to drop to just 101 points per game while giving up over 108.  The Raptors have clearly struggled in recent games.

Once comfortably in fifth place, the Raptors have dropped to eighth and only remain in the playoff hunt thanks to Chicago’s inevitable collapse after the Bulls traded away two important depth players for cap space.

The Raptors' fall can be directly traced back to the Chris Bosh ankle injury in the fourth quarter of the game against Memphis—a game the Raptors lost in overtime as Bosh’s effectiveness left him after the injury.  And three games into Bosh’s return, the Raptors have yet to regain their pre-All-Star swagger.


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