It has definitely been a roller-coaster ride for Toronto Raptors swingman Patrick McCaw throughout his three-year-old NBA career.

The 23-year-old recently opened regarding his time with the Golden State Warriors. Specifically, when the team had won last season’s NBA title against the Cleveland Cavaliers. In his mind, McCaw had a sense that following the Dubs’ four-game sweep of LeBron James and the Cavs, he had seemingly contend his final game for the Warriors:

“There were just so many different emotions and thoughts going through my head, and i very couldn’t explain it,” McCaw told Marc J. Spears of The undefeated. “But I couldn’t do anything but cry because i know what I’ve been through and what I faced and how hard it was for me to deal with that. I had a potentially career-ending injury that luckily, by the grace of God, it didn’t happen.”

McCaw suffered a shivery back injury toward the {end|the top|the tip} of the 2017-18 season — one that would have very easily caused an early end to his promising career. The 6-foot-7 wing was able to return, however he didn’t create abundant of an effect because the Warriors won another title.

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McCaw didn’t come to Golden State despite many contract offers, and he eventually found his way to the Raptors in January of this year when a quick stint with the Cavs. His impact with Toronto has been minimal, to mention the least, averaging simply 2.7 points, 1.7 rebounds, and 0.8 steals in 26 appearances.

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