Posted October 16, 2018 05:29:48 The team that has brought the NBA to Vancouver is trying to find out what went wrong with the team in Vancouver.
The Raptors have lost four straight games, and have gone 1-4 in the series.
The team has a history of bad losses in the playoffs, including an 11-point loss in Game 7 of the 2011 Finals, which was played in Vancouver’s Rogers Arena.
The series has also been decided by one point in the second round of the playoffs.
In the series opener in Seattle on Oct. 7, the Raptors lost by six points to the Seattle Supersonics.
The NBA is reviewing the game.
The league has not yet released the outcome of the investigation.
The investigation will be conducted by the NBA’s executive vice president of basketball operations and executive vice presidents of basketball personnel, Scott Boras, and chief compliance officer, Dan Reber.
The franchise will have a new director of player personnel and director of basketball development, as well as a new chief financial officer.
The owner, Tom Gores, will have full control over the Raptors’ operations.
It was unclear Tuesday if Gores will retain his title as president of the Raptors, which will become a non-profit entity after he leaves.
The previous owner, David Stern, stepped down in 2016 and was replaced by the league’s president of business operations and strategic initiatives, David Steinberg.
Stern was a former commissioner of the NBA.
Gores has been involved in sports in general and basketball in particular.
He started as a reporter and now serves as the president of The Sports Business Journal.