Toronto's second unit—made of up of a bunch of anonymous, homegrown players who constantly talk shit to one another—has reinvigorated the franchise.
Toronto's development pieces could suddenly go from depth to rotation mainstays regardless of which direction the team goes this summer, making the offseason critical for their growth.
The Raptors showed well against the NBA's premier teams on the most impossible back-to-back imaginable. Here's what we took away from it.
Siakam has so far answered the call and made the most of his opportunity to start. The late first-round pick's versatility has been a blessing for Toronto.
There's no lottery pick to throw around in a trade anymore. While Masai Ujiri has collected a nice group of young players, none of them are good enough to headline a package for a very useful player, let alone a star.