The Raptors lost Chris Bosh and seem to be floundering without clear direction.
The club's biggest weakness? It's tough admittedly to pick just one. At a macro level, we're talking about the worst defensive team in the league, and not a great offensive one either. Indeed, Toronto has never been great on D during Bryan Colangelo's tenure, but minus Chris Bosh last season, the club's offence also sputtered. "Phoenix East" became the worst 3-point shooting team in the league, and combined with their usual defensive malaise, it isn't hard to see why the club lost 60 games.
Of course, Jerry Colangelo is never shy about making moves, so we'll see what he has cooked up next.