Rudy Gay’s arrival in Toronto, filled in the void left long ago by their former Raptors superstar Chris Bosh. Gay’s exceptional talent (and hefty contract) solidifies his role as the team’s main man and go-to guy. Toronto is 9-9 since Gay joined the team, showing improvement from their performance earlier this season. The Raptors also has an athletic and talented backcourt with DeMar DeRozan and Terrence Ross. The two are still young and has a large room to improve (especially their highly-criticized shooting). With a consistent and solid playmaker named Kyle Lowry at the helm, the Raptors have a competitive line-up as they gave a great battle against the Bobcats on November 6th. . The only problem is, as all Toronto predictions lines will tell you, and please click here for more, if Toronto wants to be a championship contender in the near future, they need Bigs. Valanciunas is still adjusting his game to the NBA style of play while Bargnani isn’t really your “typical” big man (soft and plays like a small forward). They can trade for Chris Kaman, a German player who has decent low-post and passing skills. German big men are known to do things that guards mostly do. Dirk Nowitzki can shoot the three while Kaman can pass the ball, what’s up with that? Germany sure knows how to be efficient. Look at BMW’s cars and the city’s infrastructure. Just go to Berlin to see what I mean. Back to the Raptors, can they trade for a new big or should they wait for the next draft?
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