Raptors' Terrence Ross needs to finish season strong

Raptors coach Dwane Casey (right) is searching for answers as to what is wrong with rookie Terrence...

Raptors coach Dwane Casey (right) is searching for answers as to what is wrong with rookie Terrence Ross. (Reuters)

FRANK ZICARELLI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:33 PM ET

There’s myriad issues surrounding the Raptors that need addressing, areas of deficiencies both on and off the court that won’t be properly corrected until the off-season.

As the season mercifully comes to its end, it remains to be seen if and when anyone with the franchise has the nerve to publicly come out and air laundry that clearly needs to be put on display.

The hope is that whomever comes clean, they won’t sink to the depths of hiding behind some cloak of anonymity, which sadly will happen given the agendas and egos at play.

Losers of 14 of their last 18 games, the Raptors play next on Wednesday when the Washington Wizards come to town, a team very capable of producing plenty of points against a Toronto team that has lost its defensive ways.

As the losses mount, no player has lost his way more than rookie Terrence Ross.

 


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