takes a shot at our wing situation.

Toronto (27-46)
Last week: 23, This Week 25
Pace: 92.9 (24), OffRtg: 102.8 (16), DefRtg: 105.2 (22), NetRtg: -2.4 (19)
It was noted last week that Rudy Gay’s presence has made DeMar DeRozan a (slightly) more efficient scorer. But the problem is that the Raptors are paying a lot of money to two wings that don’t shoot very well. DeRozan and Gay have combined to shoot 28 percent from 3-point range this season. Toronto has scored just 101.1 points per 100 possessions in 670 minutes with the two on the floor together.


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2 Responses to “Raptors Drop Two Spots in’s Power Rankings”

  1. raptorspoo

    BC, way to….. go NOT!! (Borat impersonation)

    So, do we keep both? Keep DD? Or keep Gay?

    None of the above, please and thank you!

  2. dino4life

    Power Rankings ? Raptors, Who cares we got a record to show where we stand. In BC’s eyes we’ve been at the 15th spot for the last 5 years. I find those rankings so useless both in the nba and NCAA, as they change after every week, 1 good game all of a sudden you’re a HOT team, 1 bad loss all of a sudden you’re overrated…….


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