The Toronto Raptors have had a losing season. Currently, they are 11th in the Eastern Conference with 28 wins and 47 losses. It’s safe to say that the Raptors’ playoff dreams have been stifled for the 2012-13 season.
Toronto won’t have a lot of cap space next year after taking on Rudy Gay’s hefty $16.4 million contract this past January, so the existing team members are going to need to step up next season if the Raptors want to make more of an impact. Let’s examine a few keys to a better season for the Raptors come fall.