Yesterday, HQ correspondent Scott Campsall wrote at length about the rebuild the Charlotte Bobcats are in the midst of. In many ways, it's not much different than the process the Toronto Raptors are using, as both teams are looking to stockpile draft talent in hopes of creating a young and talented core to build around.
However which team would you put further ahead on the "rebuilding ladder?"
The Bobcats with potential key cogs like Kemba Walker and Bismack Biyombo?
Or the Raptors, with longer term, but potentially more impressive future studs like Jonas Valanciunas?
The answer might have been obvious to many even a few weeks ago but of late? Toronto has lost nine of their last 11 games, the ninth coming at the hands of the aforementioned 'Cats, who have but four wins on the season themselves. The loss means the Raps have ended significant losing streaks now to the likes of New Jersey, Charlotte and Washington, three teams with a combined record of 20 and 75.
However record doesn't necessarily reflect how solid a rebuilding plan a team may have so here's today's poll question. How do you feel about Toronto's plan so far?