Utah Jazz guard Gordon Hayward (left) and Raptors guard Terrence Ross scramble for a loose ball on Friday in Salt Lake City, Utah. (REUTERS)
SALT LAKE CITY - The focus coming in was defending the paint.
But leaving Salt Lake City, the focus has shifted to basic pride.
Thatís what happens after a team gives in the way the Raptors did in a humiliating display of basketball.
The Raptors locker room door stayed closed for much longer than it normally does following last nightís 131-99 drubbing at the hands of a Utah Jazz team that was without leading scorer Al Jefferson and reserve big man Derrick Favours.