Growing Baynes: making sense of Aron Baynes' slow start with the Raptors

Is Regigigas too obtuse an analogy?

Though their first two decades were defined by mediocrity and heartbreak, the Toronto Raptors finally righted the ship in 2014 under the watchful eye of Masai Ujiri. Through savvy management and gutsy play, they became a beacon of stability, and hadn’t dropped below a .500 record in almost seven years until they lost their season opener last month.

As su…

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