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The Raptors look for a fifth straight win as they visit the improved Wizards in Washington tonight.

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In his six-plus years as President and General Manager of the Toronto Raptors, Bryan Colangelo has emptied the trick bag. He’s used three different head coaches, made five lottery picks and expended significant resources on trades and free agent signings. So with the Raptors sitting at 4-17 and recently coming off of a lifeless, pathetic performance against an undermanned Utah Jazz team, Colangelo and his supporters don’t have many excuses left. This team is in need of a major shake-up and BC only has one option, before his own head hits the floor – trade Andrea Bargnani.

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Other than Terrence Ross missing out with a sore knee, the Raptors and their fans finally got a glimpse of what this year’s roster looks like when healthy in another narrow pre-season victory.

I didn’t get a chance to post any thoughts on Friday night’s victory over the Pistons, but I’ll make up for it tonight, since I have a ton of thoughts on this game.

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It’s not as exciting as the announcement of the regular season schedule, and it’s not as interesting to discuss and debate as ESPN’s “Future Ranking” of the franchise, but in case you missed it, I thought I’d pass along the news that the Raptors’ pre-season schedule was released on Thursday.

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Game No. 53: Raptors 99, Wizards 92

Nene, Trevor Booker, Rashard Lewis and Andray Blatche were all out of the lineup for the Wizards tonight, so they were easy pickings for most NBA teams. The Raptors are not most NBA teams, so they had to fend off a late charge where the Wizards got within three points with a little over a minute to go in the fourth quarter. Ultimately, the Wizards won the battle of who could care less and basically guaranteed they’ll have more lottery ping-pong balls than the Raptors.

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