Poll - How Would You Describe the 2012-13 Toronto Raptors' Season?

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With only five games left, the HQ wants to know, how would you describe the 2012-13 season for the Toronto Raptors...

Five more games.

That's it.

For many of us, it's a sigh of relief after what's unquestionably been a tough season, one that's shown little in terms of upside. The club is again heading into the off-season without a playoff appearance under their belt (a franchise-record fifth-straight miss I'd add), little financial room to make improvements, and of course, likely no draft picks to help bolster a club that's got issues at nearly every position. The team hasn't even finished up the season strong, despite a flattering schedule, losing seven of their last 10, including to clubs like Detroit and Charlotte (and of course Saturday night's disaster versus Milwaukee.)

It's not exactly the outcome many of us predicted back in the fall, nor is it an easy one to swallow, especially after the last few years of malaise. I went as far as predicting the club would win about 37 games in the campaign and even if the Dinos win their last five, the max win total is 34.

In my books this season has been a disappointment to say the least but maybe I'm judging this thing a bit too harshly? Maybe this was what many fans in fact expected to occur, in some form or fashion?

To that end, with a day off in the action before the Dinos cap off their 2012-13 campaign, we're polling our readers and asking...

"How Would You Describe the Toronto Raptors' Season?"

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