With a new general manager running the franchise and five new players ready to contribute, the Toronto Raptors upcoming 2013-14 season will surely be one to keep your eye on.
With just one player on the roster over the age of 30, this young Raptors squad will be looking to improve upon a season in which they just missed a berth in the NBA playoffs by four measly games.
There's a lot to be excited about with this team. Terrence Ross and Jonas Valanciunas are entering their second seasons, Rudy Gay is set to come back better than ever after a recent eye surgery and several key offseason acquisitions, including Tyler Hansbrough, D.J. Augustin and Steve Novak, will be looking to make an impact as well.
Any drastic changes are likely out of the way, so the current 14-man roster the Raptors possess will be the one trotted out on the court on a nightly basis at the Air Canada Centre for the foreseeable future.
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