Raptors not profiting from no middle man

Standing front and center among the Raptors' problems is a need for a man in the middle.

Updated: October 14, 2002, 11:06 AM ET
By David Aldridge | Special to ESPN.com

WATERLOO, Ontario -- Here are five observations of the Toronto Raptors from training camp:

1. With Keon Clark now helping the Kings battle the Lakers, Hakeem Olajuwon all but retired and Eric Montross out with a foot injury, the Raptors have some serious problems up front. Antonio Davis and Jerome Williams are still around but they're going to need some help. However, Toronto is in luxury tax range and won't be much of a player in free agency. The best big man in camp so far has been Jelani ...

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