Before the NBA season was suspended in March, VanVleet hasn't played a contest since February 25th due to a shoulder injury. “We knew we had a good chance, as good a chance as anybody," VanVleet said. "To come back after losing Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green to have the team that we had this year. Hey we still have the same group, our chances are good, everybody’s well-rested. So whatever basketball looks like when we get back, I think we’ll have a good chance.” VanVleet should be all systems go once the NBA season resumes. He is having a career-year for the Raptors, averaging 17.6 points, 3.8 rebounds, 6.6 assists, 1.9 steals and 2.7 triples across 48 games.