Toronto Raptors offseason roundtable: Best move, worst move, and what’s still to come

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Do you think the Raptors are done making moves this offseason?

Mike Bossetti

Yeah, I think so. Unfortunately, by the time the Raptors received confirmation of Kawhi’s intentions, the league was mostly set. Toronto had no real chance of making anything other than marginal roster additions.

I’d expect Toronto to go into next season with the roster on-hand and use the beginning part of the year to evaluate their options. If the team is sold, they’ll likely ride it out. If they’re bad or even average, they might be heading to a rebuild early.

Thomas Valentine

I’d say so. The team is pretty much in place to be one of the stronger outfits in the East and I think that’s fine.

Given the circumstances, there’s not really much room or need to tinker with it.

Vimal Sivakumar

I do. Toronto currently sits at 20 contracts for the time being. As a team that was already strapped for cash coming into this offseason, it’s hard to imagine that the Raptors will make any other moves prior to the season, short of cutting down their roster in advance of the regular season.

William Ricks

I don’t think the Raptors are done making moves prior to this season. I think they will sign more shooting before the season starts, as that is one place they need to improve. Specifically, they should look to add shooting to the wing positions. I would expect them to make a couple of moves to fill this need before the season starts up. If not, there could be some issues in spacing during the season.