Reviewing the Raptors: Better than Expected After 10 Games

Posted: 17th November 2009 by Stephen Brotherston in NBA
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Five and Five, a Good Start The ten game mark of the season is good place to stand back and take a look at how the rebuilt Raptors have done so far, and reflect on what could have been and whatÆs next. The short answer is found on ESPNÆs John Hollinger's team statistics. The Raptors are first in the NBA for Offensive Efficiency, scoring 113 points per 100 possessions. But the Raptors are last in the NBA for Defensive Efficiency permitting 112.1 points per 100 possessions. Therefore, the Raptors must be five and five over their first 10 games. Well they are, but the Hollinger statistics are burying a wealth of important details. To start, no one predicted the Raptors would start the season off this strong. A few may have boldly predicted a few more wins but, from the post Raptors Will Bou ...

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