Biggest Things the Toronto Raptors Must Address This Offseason

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Biggest Things the Toronto Raptors Must Address This Offseason
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After another disappointing season, the Toronto Raptors again find themselves out of the playoffs for the fifth consecutive season.

Despite spending big money in the offseason on the backcourt duo of Kyle Lowry and Landry Fields, the Raptors started off slow and never recovered, landing them in the basement of the Atlantic Division.

The midseason acquisition of Rudy Gay paid off. The Raptors showed signs of life with the former Grizzlies star, going 18-15, including winning their final six games.  

Still, with little financial wiggle room, the Raptors will have to be creative and count on positive progression from their stars in order to make a run.  

The bright side for Toronto is that the Eastern Conference is incredibly top-heavy, and this year's eighth seed, the Milwaukee Bucks, went 38-44, which is hardly an unattainable mark. 

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