The Toronto Raptors have gone through a washing machine of emotions, but there are still some things that can be learned from their remaining regular-season games.
It just feels like nothing will go right for the Raptors. They'll string a couple of wins together one minute, only to follow up with multiple losses and two or three bad injuries.
Their season has been similar to a tearjerker storyline. It felt like we were all being introduced to the characters after the season began. We knew how bad these guys were, but all of the sudden we get introduced to a new character when Rudy Gay came in. That new character gave everyone so much hope, and like every good movie that effectively makes you cry, the team spiraled out of control and couldn't do much of anything to make a playoff push.
Still, though, a 26-44 record can't deter them from looking to learn. There are still lessons to be taught in Toronto's final 12 games.
Let's take a look at what those lessons will be by looking at each game individually.
All statistics in this article are accurate as of games played through Mar. 24.