For his second player review at Raptors HQ, Josh breaks down Stanley Johnson’s, shall we say, “limited production” during the 2019-20 season.
Player review season is underway at Raptors HQ, and Josh’s first contribution is to look at Fred VanVleet’s impressive 2019-20 season.
Josh listens in and gives the run-down to Masai Ujiri’s annual end-of-season press conference, in which he addresses the Bubble, anti-racism, Fred VanVleet’s free agency and his own contract status.
At Raptors HQ, Josh reports on Pascal Siakam being named to the All-NBA Second Team, a high honor for the Raptors’ fourth-year forward, following his first season as the team’s number-one option.
Josh puts a bow on the Raptors’ 2019-20 season for Raptors HQ, discussing the joyous, wonderful championship defense, the Bubble, and Kyle Lowry’s brilliant season. As always: “Remember this.”
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With a heavy heart, Josh writes his final five thoughts game recap of the 2019-20 season for Raptors HQ, following the Raptors dropping Game 7 to the Boston Celtics.
At Raptors HQ, Josh writes up his five thoughts on the Game 6 of the Raptors-Celtics series — an all-time classic, with both teams giving it their all through two overtime periods, and Norman Powell saving the day.
With reports that Serge Ibaka’s ankle injury is more serious than initially thought, Josh considers the potential impact his absence would have for the Raptors.
For Raptors HQ, Josh breaks down the Raptors’ Game 5 loss — their second embarrassing loss in this series, this one including another dispiriting performance from the bench.
The Raptors and Celtics are all tied at two games apiece. Josh summarizes Game 4 over at Raptors HQ, including a Sunday buffet full of Kyle Lowry Winning Plays.