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    Quincy Acy comes in at 373. Not bad considering he was 448 last year.

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    I grew to hate Royce White, he's a douche, who didn't do his job which he was paid to do and got mad when people called him out for it, he even didnt stay in shape and practice on a constant basis, anxiety is not an excuse not to try
    I hear what you're saying. The public and the press cut him some slack last year because of his openness about the mental health thing but it has come to the point for Royce White to do something on the court or he will soon be forgotten and relegated to being another obscure story of talent never realizing its potential.

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    I hear what you're saying. The public and the press cut him some slack last year because of his openness about the mental health thing but it has come to the point for Royce White to do something on the court or he will soon be forgotten and relegated to being another obscure story of talent never realizing its potential.
    I think it is a matter of rights versus responsibility.

    Everyone wants rights but few appear to want the responsibility that goes along with it.

    When you don't step up and at least attempt to do your part you are hiding behind an excuse.
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    Quote Matt52 wrote: View Post
    I think it is a matter of rights versus responsibility.

    Everyone wants rights but few appear to want the responsibility that goes along with it.

    When you don't step up and at least attempt to do your part you are hiding behind an excuse.
    Wish the "Like This Post" thingy was working.

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    Quote planetmars wrote: View Post
    Quincy Acy comes in at 373. Not bad considering he was 448 last year.
    Went up 75 spots! Dude should be happy.
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    I don't think Quincy can be happy until he makes it into the regular rotation. Say if the regular rotation includes 10 players per team then he would have to be ranked 300th or higher. Anything below that mark is basically for players that fill in for injured players. Back up to the back up's isn't anything to aim for.

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    Quote Mediumcore wrote: View Post
    I don't think Quincy can be happy until he makes it into the regular rotation. Say if the regular rotation includes 10 players per team then he would have to be ranked 300th or higher. Anything below that mark is basically for players that fill in for injured players. Back up to the back up's isn't anything to aim for.
    Yeah I know man. If he moves up another 70 spots next year then he's in backup territory. Just remarking on a solid improvement in one year.
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    Next up! Aaron Gray at #345, dropping from #287.
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    Quote Employee wrote: View Post
    Next up! Aaron Gray at #345, dropping from #287.

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    I love how Gray still finished ranked higher than Nazr Mohammed.

    And I love how in the comments for it, Gray gets the #WhitePanther hashtag.
    Official new nickname.
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    Austin Daye at #286. Dropped 41 spots from last year.

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    Austin Daye at #286. Dropped 41 spots from last year.
    That seems surprisingly high for a guy who might've washed out of the league this summer if the Raps didn't sign him. I mean I can't picture him being higher in the pecking order than Gray or Acy.

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    Novak right in the middle. 251.

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    Quote isaacthompson wrote: View Post
    Novak right in the middle. 251.
    'Stone Cold' Steve Novak. Any predictions on where he lands next year?
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    Dirty Landry falls in at 248.

    Lucky for him he's still #1 when its comes to WAGs.
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    Quote white men can't jump wrote: View Post
    That seems surprisingly high for a guy who might've washed out of the league this summer if the Raps didn't sign him. I mean I can't picture him being higher in the pecking order than Gray or Acy.
    Really? I already figured he was higher in the pecking order than those too.
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    Going with the "what have you done lately" criteria, 248 seems high for Fields.

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    Quote stretch wrote: View Post
    Going with the "what have you done lately" criteria, 248 seems high for Fields.
    Agreed, but I bet most of the voters didn't watch a lot of Raptor games, and were still thinking of his NYK form.

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    DJ at 227
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    Ross comes in at #203 just ahead of Thomas Robinson and one behind Kelly Olynyk who is a three spots ahead of Otto Porter, the number three pick in the draft in June.

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