Toronto Raptors Report Week 6: Inconsistency Is Their Middle Name

December 5th, 2010 by Sachin Arora Leave a reply »
From now on, I am going to use a new format for my Raptors weekly report, breaking it down by each game.

The Raptors had a pretty good week, winning two out of three games, and their four game home stand has come to an end.

The team has shown flashes of what they are capable of doing; they just can't seem to do it consistently.

Record: 2-1

Performance on a scale of 1-10: 7.5

Here is a recap of the three games.

Washington Wizards @ Toronto Raptors, W 127-108


The Raptors had their best offensive outing of the season, and everything seemed to be clicking for them. Their offense was balanced, their rebounding was good, and the Wizards were never really close.


Not too much to complain about in this one, but the team let up 108 points, which isn't a good sign.

Oklahoma City Thunder @ Toronto Raptors W 111-99


Many people are saying that the only reason we won this game was because Kevin Durant was out. This could have been a big reason, but this team played some good basketball. Defensively, they were sol ...

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