Raptors on their own March Break, just don't ask the coach to like it

Raptors forward Tyler Hansbrough (left) and teammate Amir Johnson can use some days off to relax....

Raptors forward Tyler Hansbrough (left) and teammate Amir Johnson can use some days off to relax. Johnson, more specifically, could use time off to rest his sore ankle. (USA TODAY)

Mike Ganter, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:25 PM ET

TORONTO - If you happen to see a member of the Toronto Raptors walking the streets with an empty look in his eyes, help the man out.

He’s likely suffering from a rare but debilitating form of what-do-I-do-now-itis.

Through a quirk in the schedule and a mandate in the collective bargaining agreement, the Raptors are technically off for two consecutive days for the first time this season.

Well, there was that all-star break, but that is scheduled and chances are rather good that plans were made to be somewhere other than this nasty winter in Toronto we’re all enjoying.

But from about 7 p.m. Sunday, when the most of the Raptors were making their way out of the Air Canada Centre following a tidy win over the visiting Golden State Warriors until practice Wednesday morning, these Raptors will be in uncharted waters.

 


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