Toronto Raptors Report: Week Two, Not Too Shabby
This week the Raptors have been pretty solid offensively and—with the exception of a few meltdowns—they're looking more like a team.
Record : 2-1
Performance on Scale of 1-10: 7
Positives: The Raptors came up with two big wins—made even bigger as they come before a huge road trip coming up.
The win against the Pistons was a pretty dominant win at home, with the exception of a fourth quarter breakdown. Their offense was great, and making threes hasn't been a problem.
The win against the Hornets was very impressive. In the contest the Raptors showed both team grit and an ability to play on the road.
Chris Bosh has been stellar, and Jose Calderon is improving. Hedo Turkoglu is starting to get better, and Bargnani is getting more consistent. This team is starting to come together.
Negatives: Defense. This has always been a problem for Raptors teams and this year doesn't seem to be too much different.
They were dominated by Dallas last night without being able to get any critical defensive stops.
Another problem has been the team's mental toughness in some parts of the game. After a team starts to go on a run, the Raptors seem to have a hard time stopping it and I blame this on Jay Triano. He has to know when to call a timeout. Geez!
Overall, considering the teams they faced, 2-1 last week isn't bad. Let's see what happens on this road trip.
Next Report : Sunday, November 15th
What is the duplicate article?
Why is this article offensive?
Where is this article plagiarized from?
Why is this article poorly edited?