The NBA Breakdown (2) – Toronto Raptors

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The Toronto Raptors

Brutal honesty as always coming from us, The Raptors having lost Kawhi to LAC and overall having also lost Danny Green to LAL has made the transition of the titleholder NBA Champions hard.

With the above said, Toronto is still a very strong team out in the East and they will push the boundaries of a lot of teams that they play against.

So let’s look at how the current Raptors roster is stacking up in cumulative numbers since they began playing in October:

So when looking closely at the team Kyle Lowry resumes his leadership in terms of scoring for the team. 

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When we look closer at the offensive as well as pre-shot combination work of the team Kyle Lowry stands out yet again as a leader.

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Lineup Analysis:

We have been really digging hard and deep when it comes to the NBA and Toronto is one of the rare teams with the guidance of Nick Nurse that have been playing the proverbial “odd-ball” type of plays rotating as well as leveraging weak side help that they are played against. 

Van Vliet, Lowry, Anouby, Siakam, and Gasol are by far their strongest and most diligent lineup that have played the most minutes across their games so far.

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Video Breakdown:

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