I'd have to say I'm incline to agree with Tim. We were once known to have one of the best 2nd units in the league not to long ago, not we're certainly thin.
Originally Posted by TSN.ca
One through five the team is solid, if unspectacular. Chris Bosh
and Jermaine O'Neal make-up probably the most talented frontcourt in the NBA, and Jose Calderon
is a point guard who's production sits just below, but still below, that of elite names like Deron Williams and Chris Paul. Anthony Parker and Jamario Moon have proven to be serviceable swingmen who may be afforded less responsibilities now that Jermaine O'Neal has become Toronto's 'other' 20-10 impact player who will attract double teams and lock-down the team's post defense.
So while the team could use a little more talent on the wings in the starting five, they are still poised to compete with pretty much any team in the East at the start of each game.
After that, things start to get a lot less promising.
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