“Toronto Raptors Choke in Play-In Loss to Bulls: Questions Arise for Offseason and Future Success in the East”

Dominating for two and a half quarters that night during the play-in, the Raptors finally go on vacation after an incredible comeback from the Bulls. Failing in particular on the free throw line, the Dinos scuttled themselves in front of their public, offering the Bulls the possibility of an unexpected comeback. Brutal.

We thought that the Bulls were going to go on vacation after going through this 2022-23 financial year without anyone calculating them? It missed. The Raptors gave the stick to be beaten by finishing the game at 18/36 on free throws, an unforgivable failure in a “Win ​​or go home”. race results, 105-109 loss to the Raptors and a bye sheet signed directly by the hand of Zach LaVine and Diar DeRozan.

brutal yes, as the meeting seemed to be in the hands of the Raptors. But the facts are there, the Dinos are on vacation after a rather unreal choke. Like its season, Toronto will have lacked consistency and regularity to aim higher. The mid-season injury of their cornerstone Pascal Siakam will have weighed heavily in the balance and in the end the All-Star will never have managed to regain his incredible rhythm to take the group further than this play-in.

With a final record of 41-41 in the regular season, Nick Nurse’s group can harbor regrets, especially when we see this last play-in meeting where the Canadian collective will have shown a good foundation for… not long enough.

This defeat obviously does not question everything about the Raptors but still raises questions about the ability of this group to really play the leading roles in the East. Fred Van Vleet (26 points, 12 rebounds and 8 assists tonight) will be a free agent this summer, and his situation also seems to be the main problem for the Dinos in the offseason. To see how the Canadian front office will maneuver with its leader to bounce back after this particularly painful disappointment, the Canadian phlegm would like the continuity of the project to be privileged but FVV could for its part be attracted by a new challenge.

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Still, Canada will surely wake up with a bad hangover tomorrow morning. No worries, they have six months to recover from this big blackout.

Happy holidays lit’s Bulls the Raptors.

2023-04-13 07:00:00

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