Toronto Raptors: With Reggie Evans Out, Team’s Season Is Doomed

November 27th, 2010 by Brent Nault Leave a reply »

It was only a few days ago that I wrote an article about the possibility of the Toronto Raptors having a legitimate shot at making the playoffs.  Now, I am not too sure about that.

Things were looking up in Raptorland and, for once, there was a buzz around the team, as they were in the midst of a four game win streak.  They were playing passionate and inspired basketball, and were looking like a potential playoff team. 

Probably the best player so far for the Raptors this season was Reggie Evans, who is third in the league in rebounding with a jaw dropping 12.1 rebounds per game.

Reggie had a disappointing first season as a Raptor, as he was sidelined with a foot injury that kept him out for a good portion of the season; and even when he returned, he didn't look very good.

Yesterday, the Toronto Raptors' exciting four game winning streak came to an end on a very sad note as the Toronto Raptors learned that Evans would be shelved for an unspecified amount of time with a broken foot, as he landed awkwardly on the foot of Ray Allen in the fourth quarter.

This is devastating to the R ...

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