The Toronto Raptors had little reason to be pleased with their 2011-12 season. The Raptors suffered their fourth straight losing season and 12th overall. They were 28th in scoring average, 23rd in field-goal-percentage and 21st in turnovers per game.
Already, the Raptors have made it clear that they'll be major players in trying to acquire players this offseason. Toronto is targeting big-name players, including Rudy Gay, although Memphis Grizzlies owner Michael Heisley told The Commercial Appeal that the team isn't looking to deal him.
Despite being denied by one team with whom they could make a deal, the Raptors have plenty of players whom they could grab (and one who's committed to arrive) who could help them turn things around.
Following is a look at five players from whom the struggling franchise could receive help.