The Toronto Raptors have had a mediocre 16 seasons at best (If you want to be that generous). They have only been to the second round once, and have only four other postseason appearances. The last time they made the playoffs, in 2008, seems like it was ages ago. The loss of Chris Bosh last summer pushed them further into the slums of the NBA in terms of their play and the number of headlines they make.
Management has some work to do this summer for them to even get on track to becoming respectable again. Here are a few ways they can do that.