When things go bad, they go terribly bad. Three key points that have contributed to the 12-game Raptors' losing streak, which is now tied for the fourth-worst in franchise history: Remember when DeMar DeRozan was lighting up the league in early January? Or when Andrea Bargnani was pouring in 20 points a night without working up a sweat? Not so much now. In their last three games, Bargnani has been a combined 17-for-62 from the floor and DeRozan's been a miserable 10-for-40, and there is no way Toronto can win with that kind of production from its two top players.
Blame the Raptors' losing streak on the terrible three
Toronto Star | Feb 1