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The Toronto Raptors rank 22nd in SB Nation's second annual NBA Watchability Scale.

Check out this awesome advanced statistics calculator from the Pick and Scroll blog.

Linas Kleiza, Jarrett Jack and Amir Johnson are among the top 25 players in terms of Wins Produced for the preseason, according to Arturo Galletti. Of course, Jack and Johnson have been relegated to the bench providing further proof that the Raptors organization wouldn't know an advanced stat if it smacked them upside the head.

Potential Raptor Erick Dampier is among the best available free agents... then again, so is Dikembe Mutombo!

NBA TV's Secret Scout breaks down his best way to play against the Raptors.

A half-dozen NBA advance and personnel scouts predict the Raptors will finish dead last in the Eastern Conference, according to's Ian Thomsen.

Rick Kamla, Steve Smith and Dennis Scott preview the 2010-11 Raptors.

Arsenalist of Raptors Republic reminds NBA TV Canada about the importance of the shot clock while pointing to some positive signs from last night's game against the Chicago Bulls.

RaptorBlog's Scott Carefoot contributes his thoughts to's preview.

Mark Masters of the National Post takes a look at Sonny Weems' role.

Paging Captain Obvious! The Toronto Sun's Frank Zicarelli points out that there is something amiss with Jose Calderon.

Is Raptors defense a misnomer?

NBA Digital today announced the launch of NBA Turnstile, the first professional sports multiplatform check-in application that will reward fans for attending and watching live games, and connect them to social media platforms such as Foursquare, Gowalla, Twitter, Facebook, and Fanvibe through the league's digital products.