1999–2000 Toronto Raptors season

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The 1999–2000 NBA season was the Raptors' fifth season in the National Basketball Association.wikipedia
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2000–01 Orlando Magic season

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Following the season, Tracy McGrady signed with the Orlando Magic, Doug Christie was dealt to the Sacramento Kings, Dee Brown signed as a free agent with the Magic, and head coach Butch Carter was fired.
During the offseason, the Magic acquired Tracy McGrady from the Toronto Raptors, All-Star forward Grant Hill from the Detroit Pistons, and had nearly signed then-free agent Tim Duncan, whom led the San Antonio Spurs to their first championship title the year before.

2000–01 Sacramento Kings season

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Following the season, Tracy McGrady signed with the Orlando Magic, Doug Christie was dealt to the Sacramento Kings, Dee Brown signed as a free agent with the Magic, and head coach Butch Carter was fired.
During the offseason, the Kings acquired shooting guard Doug Christie from the Toronto Raptors and signed free agent Bobby Jackson.

1998–99 Indiana Pacers season

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During the offseason, the Raptors acquired Antonio Davis from the Indiana Pacers, and signed free agents Muggsy Bogues and three-point specialist Dell Curry.
Also following the season, Antonio Davis was traded to the Toronto Raptors.

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During the offseason, the Raptors acquired Antonio Davis from the Indiana Pacers, and signed free agents Muggsy Bogues and three-point specialist Dell Curry.
On August 1, 1999, Davis was traded to the Toronto Raptors in exchange for the 5th pick of the 1999 NBA draft in high schooler Jonathan Bender.

Marcus Camby

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During the opening round of the 2000 NBA Playoffs against the Knicks, Knick center Marcus Camby, who had played under Carter during the 1997–98 season, made what Carter considered an inflammatory remark about Carter by calling him a "liar", and Carter decided to file a $5-million defamation suit against him for what he said were inaccurate statements.
In the playoffs, the Knicks defeated the Toronto Raptors in three games and Miami Heat in seven games in the first two rounds of the playoffs en route to making it to the Eastern Conference Finals for the second year in a row.