Why Reggie Evans Missing the Toronto Raptors Home Opener Matters

Posted: 27th October 2009 by Stephen Brotherston in NBA
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On most teams when a player expected to average 12 to 18 minutes per game is lost due to injury, it isnÆt considered to be a big deal.á There is almost always another player who can play additional minutes for a few games without a noticeable drop off in the teamÆs success. The loss of Reggie Evans may not fall into that category. In the Toronto RaptorsÆ home opener they face last yearÆs best regular season team, the Cleveland Cavaliers.á A team whose core of players has stayed together and has added veteran depth to play with the leagueÆs best player, LeBron James.á Shaquille OÆNeal and Anthony Parker will make the Cavaliers an even better team. Unfortunately for Toronto, last year the Raptors were an easy 20 point victim of the Cavaliers incredible regular season run. But with n ...

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