Antonio Davis’ Roswell, GA 6 bedroom, 7.5 bath home listed for $4,200,000
This 2006 luxury estate sits on two acres in the Stonemoor subdivision. It has a beautiful, open floorplan with hardwood floors throughout, cathedral ceilings, a dream terrace level, media room, multiple game rooms, and an au pair suite. Other features include a private swimming pool, spa, basketball court and four-car garage.
It is clear Wright addresses needs on this Raptor team and may become a popular name summoned from Triano’s bench this season. Given the Raptors difficulties guarding the perimeter last year it would seem to make sense that Wright will become a very valuable player on this Raptors team. Not only can he defend athletic players on the opposing team but Wright can do something that most of the Raptor perimeter players could not do last year: rebound. For a shooting guard he averaged a very respectable 2.1 rebounds per game. This is something Jay Triano is looking forward to seeing from his team “we are also expecting rebounding to come from the perimeter as well”.
You see, Bosh has proven he cares about the city of Toronto, the country of Canada, his Canadian fans, and the Raptors as a franchise.
One of the most recent examples was when he helped in the acquisition of Hedo Turkoglu. Bosh called Turkoglu and told him that he should come play with him and the Raptors, and he stressed how Toronto is a wonderful community and that the team has a lot of great guys.
Why would Bosh leave when he obviously is taking initiative to improving this team? He could have just sat through another bad season and left. That’s what LeBron James and Dwayne Wade are doing—they treat their teams as just the team they are playing for.