Grading Toronto Raptors' Offseason Moves So Far

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Grading Toronto Raptors' Offseason Moves So Far
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By the wave of his trusted wand, general manager Masai Ujiri not only brought back a core that was within an eyelash of the second round of the NBA playoffs but also added pieces around it that may put his Toronto Raptors over the top in 2014-15.

Is there anything he can't do? 

The offseason as a whole should be looked at as nothing short of a grand success. A team that won 48 games and the second Atlantic Division title in franchise history will return intact, along with some new faces to provide that extra dose of special.

That becomes even more important during a time when the Eastern Conference appears to be in flux with big names changing places.

The 2014 NBA draft had fans bringing out their defibrillators, but the shock factor of that night has slowly faded away. The amount of faith Toronto has in Ujiri could scale the CN Tower and fill 10 Air Canada Centres.

The man knows what he's doing.

It's safe to say that the following grades of the Raptors' offseason moves will be pleasant to your senses. You may even want to post them on your fridge and admire them from afar. 

You did good, Ujiri. You did very good. 

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