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Toronto Raptors: 50-1

The Toronto Raptors chosen to stand pat this season. But really, why could a outfit, the Raps, go?
Kyle Lowry obtained a market-rate contract of four years and $48 million, which promised the leader and pace-setter of the team will return. Once the ink was dry on that agreement, the Raps knew they could sit back and bank by the likes of Jonas Valanciunas and DeMar DeRozanhaving made his first All-Star Game last February.
Although the Raptors are, there’s still some youthful intrigue on the roster. Virtual unidentified Bruno Caboclo was the surprise first-round pick of Toronto, and nobody’s quite sure how good the 19-year-old Brazilian could become.
Lucas”Bebe” Nogueira, 22, joined the Raps via commerce in June, and he’s another potential-packed prospect. And though he is not close to being a major contributor to the ground, Nogueira is tackling the adjustment to his new team in stride, according to Eric Koreen of this National Post:”Regardless, you have the sense that if Nogueira was in the heart of Siberia with no drop of Russian from his repertoire, he would still be smiling, laughing and just generally being loud.”
In sum, the Raptors did a wonderful job of maintaining a successful status quo while injecting just enough exciting possibility to have some upside.
And no, I can not explain why their chances are low as the Knicks’.

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