So...yeah. If you've already seen the last two games, there isn't much else to say or much else to read. To help you skim through this post faster, I'll use the power of youtube to sum it up in a quick video.
That feels about right. I'm sure you've already heard it a dozen times by now, but Bosh has had surgery on his face and will take 7-10 days just to recover, after which he's scheduled to be evaluated. I haven't heard much on Hedo. I believe all that they've let out so far is that he was taken to the hospital for a scan.
Well, it was a good game. Toronto stuck with Boston closer than what the final score would suggest. They were even up by two at the half. Unfortunately in a game against the Celtics, the Raptors were broken by...Michael Finley? Yes, scoring 11 points and hitting three 3's, Michael Finley broke the game open hitting daggers, daggers, and more daggers.
The most troubling part of this little stretch so far has definitely been Bargnani's decline. He's now 20-59 (33.9%) from the field in the last three games. The shots he has been making have been in the paint, so it wouldn't be a surprise to anyone if they look to get Bargnani started on the inside against Atlanta. Adding more problems to the mix is Calderon, who has shot a timid 5-19 in the last three games. Luckily for him though, Jack has been able to come in and provide productivity at the point.
Not sure what else I can add to the discussion. Two starters are mired in slumps, and Hedo is an unknown at this point in time. It will not come as a shock if Bargnani is injured in the next game. Well, if you want to be extremely optimistic, if the Raptors make the playoffs Bosh will be well rested?