The Raptors' strongest position heading into training camp is point guard, where they have two players good enough to start and lead the team.
Although Jose Calderon has done a fine job with Toronto in the past, Kyle Lowry was the Raptors' biggest offseason addition and could very well be starting for the team on opening night against Indiana.
One thing about the two guards is their style of play is very different. While Calderon is a pass-first point guard and good shooter, he’s not a natural scorer and is a poor defender.
Lowry, on the other hand, is a good scorer, rebounder and defender, but he lacks experience as a starting guard.
Continue to find out who deserves to start at point guard for the Toronto Raptors next season.