Posts Tagged ‘Bottom Ten’

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s that time again. The time to look back, not in anger, but in resigned acceptance of the tattered remains of a franchise that is our beloved Toronto Raptors. So gimme a drumroll, or a slow-clap, or even just a despairing sigh, for the Bottom Ten plays of the 2012-2013 season:

 

It was a short and painful season…a bit like tearing duct tape off a scab. But despite the abbreviated schedule, there was plenty to choose from for this year’s Bottom Ten. Enjoy!

Oh, and if you’re feeling extra nostalgic, or if you just take pleasure in terrible basketball, go here for last year’s Bottom Ten.

It’s almost that time, folks. Spring has sprung, the season is winding down, and here at HolyCraptors, we’re combing through hour after painful hour of video lowlights to bring you the worst the Raptors had to offer this year. Here’s a teaser:

 

Stay tuned. This is going to hurt.

For the Toronto Raptors, 2010-11 was a season of outstanding passes, blocks, dunks and game-winning buzzer-beaters. Unfortunately, most of those plays came courtesy of opposing teams.

But there’s no reason to be embarrassed about it! Part of the joy of being a Raptor fan is that anything can happen, and usually does. So in that spirit, HolyCraptors.com is proud to present the Raptors’ “Bottom Ten Plays”: a tribute to our beloved team’s uncanny ability to make others look good.