The Toronto Star (Doug Smith) reports: The regular season ended where it really began for Jamario Moon, his season a surprising rise from obscurity to a starting NBA job on a playoff-bound team. A season few, if any, saw coming. And as he prepares for that playoff debut, he sees his true jumping off point as a start in a game here in early November. “I think after (that) game it was pretty much even throughout the whole season,” he said yesterday morning before the Raptors concluded the regular season with a 107-97 loss to the Chicago Bulls to finish with a 41-41 record. “I pretty much did the same thing – came out and brought energy, blocked shots, got steals, just got my hands on a lot of balls. “After I started (that) game, I just tried to come out and do the same thing every game.” Moon’s presence in the starting lineup has created the best feel-good story of a rocky season for the Raptors.