Toronto Raptors: Breaking Down the 2012-13 Depth Chart

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Toronto Raptors: Breaking Down the 2012-13 Depth Chart
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The 2012-13 Toronto Raptors shook up their roster this offseason, adding Kyle Lowry, Landry Fields and Jonas Valanciunas, and getting rid of James Johnson, Jerryd Bayless and Gary Forbes.

As a result, the Raptors’ rotation should look very different compared to last year.

While many of the players stayed the same, their roles didn’t. Aaron Gray and Jose Calderon should no longer start his season, while Ed Davis and Linas Kleiza could play more prominent roles.

Overall, the team should be more competitive and fun to watch, and could squeak into the postseason this spring. 

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