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According to Kelly Dwyer, the Houston Rockets seemed too slow and too small to stop Toronto's initial offensive blitzkrieg.

Trevor Ariza was Sunday's worst performer thanks to his inability to hit a shot or DeMar DeRozan, and he probably has a suspension coming as a result. DeRozan is still a fan of his fellow Los Angeles native though. Strangely enough, Rick Adelman wasn't even paying attention to the game during the incident.

If Ariza is out, will Tracy McGrady be in?

The Globe and Mail's Michael Grange points out that the Raptors are missing the most basic of ingredients.

TSN's Tim Chisholm puts it simply: the Toronto Raptors are not a good basketball team.

The word from broadcaster Eric Smith is that Jose Calderon will miss three games.

Toronto ranks 9th on the NBA Watchability Scale (lower if you are an actual Raptors fan).

Umm, here's an idea: Maybe keep the worst player in the NBA nailed to the bench?

The Free Sonny Weems movement gained a bit of traction yesterday afternoon.

Raptors assistant general manager Maurizio Gherardini is quoted in this NY Times article about NBA pensions.

The Miami Sun-Sentinel's Ira Winderman answers questions in his regular "when Bosh signs with Miami" mailbag.

Tim Legler discusses the possibility of an unhappy Bosh ending up with the upstart Oklahoma City Thunder.

But all 30 NBA teams could be out of luck in the Bosh sweepstakes if the Monstars get him first.