After nearly a decade of perennial success, the fans collectively known as “We The North” have grown accustomed to entrusting in their messiah, Masai Ujiri, and his executive expertise. However, with the Raptors currently sitting at 2-8 and off to their worst start in 10 years, optimism is drying up quicker than the Sahara.
This is uncharted territory for the Toronto Raptors. After a 112-111 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers, the Raptors are now 2-8 in a 72 game season. There is still time, but it won’t be easy to climb up the standings. This isn’t the Raptors team that won 15 straight games last season. If they … Read more