Alot of people waiting for Hockey highlights
To clarify, highest Raptors audience ever of 968,000 for Game 5. Reached total of 4,060,000, peaked at 2,016,000 at 175th minute mark.— Jay Satur (@jaysatur) May 1, 2014
Look I love ross but there is no fucking way he should play over gv right now. Gv is killing it on offence while Ross has been complete shit. Sure Ross's d has been solid, but no way he plays over gv over salmons all day anyday but not over gv.
All your posts are pro ross man understand that he is not at that level yet
Again, not saying Ross > GV, just saying that Ross is a better option to have with that lineup IF WE NEED MORE DEFENSE, like we did in the fourth when the Nets dropped 44 points on us.OldSkoolCool wrote:
1st Bold: Hypothetical situations like that are useless. It could just as easily be: "if Ross was in the game he would have hit 2 threes and had a steal". Useless.
2nd: Yessir I am. I'm also pro- De Colo, Val, Amir, Lowry, Pattman, Hansborough and Fields. Sue me. It is hard for a player to look good when this happens(http://on.nba.com/1lEuYZH) only to be put on the bench after. I distinctly remember Ross shaking his head on the bench after DD 1) doesn't pass it to him on the fast break, 2) doesn't pass to him as he is wide open in the corner for 3 seconds, and 3) shoots a bad shot and yet Ross is the one taken out. Bit hard to produce like that isn't it??
*Edit: Link goes to DD's shots from last game. Please watch his fourth attempt at length
The five Raptors games that have held the title of most-watched ever:
Nov. 3, 1995 – Raptors inaugural game vs. Nets – 580,000
Dec. 10, 1995 – Raptors vs. Grizzlies (first NBA game between two Canadian teams) – 605,000
May 6, 2001 – After defeating the New York Knicks for their first playoff series win, Raptors beat Philadelphia in Game 1 of the Second Round – 819,000
May 20, 2001 – Two weeks later, Raptors lose Game 7 of the Second Round series vs. Philadelphia (Vince Carter misses the winning shot at the buzzer) – 916,000
April 30, 2014 – Raptors take 3-2 series lead in First Round vs. Nets – 1,003,000
From TSN pr
Last edited by rocwell; Thu May 1st, 2014 at 04:41 PM.
For what its worth, (considering the filter of the playoffs) that ranking might also be an improvement over the regular season where he was the player with the lowest FG% and a minimum of 300 attempts in the league. He finished the year having made just 36.3% of his 413 field goal attempts, 10 percentage points lower than any other qualifying player. Source
I actually laughed out loud reading an article going over each playoff team's weakness in the playoffs. And while other teams had rebounding or offense or the like, Toronto got John Salmons. A single player. Amazing.
Last edited by Just Is; Thu May 1st, 2014 at 04:56 PM.
"Because Wesley Snipes mannnn...."
*Puff puff - cough - pass - cough*
"He's a vet!"
Gettin dem checks I suppose...
Why do people defend John Salmons he just received an award for worst regular season performance in the NBA. Alan Anderson and Rudy Gay are money compared to him. He makes 7 mil
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