Apparently gone are Hakeem Olajuwon, who cannot overcome back and joint problems. Eric Montross has ongoing foot problems and veteran backup Michael Stewart was traded to Cleveland for small forward Lamond Murray. With all this, don't forget that the Raptors declined to re-sign Keon Clark, allowing him to sign with the Kings but saving a few million dollars in the process. That leaves Antonio Davis as the man in the middle, and he doesn't want to play there. Trouble is he has no choice because the only alternative is free-spirited Jerome Williams, who has never played starter minutes. For the record, injury-prone Mamadou N'diaye is back as well.