I was reading Tim Chisholm new "Rudy's Struggling In the Right Way". In which he breaks down how Rudy has struggled and how it could actually be a blessing. What I took away from reading this is how he believe that DD has now surpassed Rudy as a offensive player. I took it in but, I don't believe anything unless it surpasses the "Barney Test"(needs to sustain at least 15 games).
To read the full article. A good read a lot of good insight. http://www.raptorsrepublic.com/2013/...medium=twitterThings are different in Toronto, though. For the first time in his career, Gay is starting alongside a wing that is not only in his stratosphere as a scorer, but through three games is actually handily surpassing him as a scoring option for the Raptors. When Gay arrived in Toronto, he called DeRozan “by far the best wing I’ve ever played with,” a sentiment that has proven more true than Gay probably intended at the time as the Raptors are now having trouble adjusting to the reality that it is DeRozan, and not Gay, that needs to be anchoring their offensive attack.