Could the Toronto Raptors beat a full strength Team Canada?

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The Lowry-VanVleet platoon is the best midget pairing in the NBA, and they have a chip to show for it. Good luck stopping the Raptors’ pick-and-roll as these two are the scrappiest you can find.

Danny Green leaving stings and leaves a sizable hole in the two-guard spot. Norm “Playoff P” Powell struggles with consistency and is better suited in a bench role. Matt “99%” Thomas plays a critical role as one of the few sharpshooters on the team.


OG would look to avoid being the scapegoat as he fills in for the GOAT. It’ll be tough as he might still be rusty, but with the “Stanimal” and McCaw eating into his minutes, he’ll have to go for broke. His development is the X-Factor to the team’s success.

Siakam will now transition from the number-two option to the main guy. He’s been working on his perimeter game and could play at SF moving OG down to SG. New acquisition RHJ can play D. But can he play O?


The back-to-back champion paired with the most handsome Raptor was the backbone to the team’s championship run, especially when Kawhi slowed down. They will continue to anchor this team’s defense.