Back on Raptors watch after a weekend of "Dancing."
Toronto is facing the New York Knicks tonight in a game where...
...I have no idea what to expect.
Seriously, Toronto could beat New York by 10, or lose by 30. The Knicks have been up and down (up though since Mike Woodson took over) and Toronto, well, you just never know what you're going to get on a given night.
Jose Calderon gets the start in his return to the line-up and in many ways, this is probably the most interesting thing to watch tonight. Suddenly a whole "point guard controversy" discussion has erupted again amongst fans and it will be interesting to see how the two PG's fare this evening back in their traditional roles. Especially Bayless, who hasn't been nearly as effective off the pine then as a starter.
Add in some Linsanity and we might actually have a good game tonight!
Well...as long as Toronto ends up on the losing side of a hard-fought match...