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The Best (and worst) of the Raptors' incredible 2016 NBA playoff run
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Momentum hasn't meant much for Raptors this post-season
Whether it's coming off big losses like the one they suffered in Game 5 or trying to build on a seemingly uplifting win like in Game 4, momentum hasn't been much of a factor for the Raptors this post-season.
Ability to defend small lineups keeping Raptors' Patterson on the floor vs. Heat
Raptors bigs focused on limiting Heat's 'slithery' Wade ahead of Game 2
Miami veteran Dwyane Wade toyed with the Raptors down the stretch of Game 1, his prowess on full display as Casey and the Raps are left searching for defensive solutions.
Casey steps out of his comfort zone as Raptors find new ways to win
During the Raptors-Pacers series, Dwane Casey's shown a willingness to make adjustments on the fly that many didn't think he was capable of.
'Lowry & The Reserves' lineup continues to be Raptors' game changer
The Best and Worst from the Raptors record-setting 2015-16 season
Play of the Year? Amir Johnson Award for Underappreciated Raptor? Moment of the Year? Find out who takes home the hardware in Eric Koreen's Best and Worst of the Raptors record-breaking year.
Experience, role make Terrence Ross critical to Raptors' playoff success
Terrence Ross is suddenly sounding an awful lot like a seasoned NBA vet these days, writes Eric Koreen, who breaks down why the Raptors guard is ready to make an impact in the playoffs.
How Raptors rookie Powell went from next man up to key contributor
Tough decisions could push Raptors' Nogueira into spotlight next season
Don't let the smile fool you—Raptors big man Lucas 'Bebe' Nogueira is a fierce competitor with a real opportunity to seize a bigger role in Toronto, writes Eric Koreen.