The Toronto Raptors are noticeably struggling early in the 2020-21 NBA season, losing five of their first six games. If they fail to end their struggle, most people believe that the Raptors may finally consider tearing their roster down and undergoing a full-scale rebuild. However, with the team just two seasons removed from winning their first championship, Zach Buckley of Bleacher Report believes that the Raptors might opt for “selective buying” and try to build a more competitive lineup around Kyle Lowry, Pascal Siakam, and Fred VanVleet.
One of the most intriguing trade targets for the Raptors is Caris LeVert of the Brooklyn Nets. According to Buckley, the Raptors could convince the Nets to send LeVert to Toronto by sending them a package that includes Norman Powell, Matt Thomas, and a top-10-protected first-round pick.
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