You know that saying, "opposing player you love to hate, but loved to have on your team?"Well... you can't hate him even if he's your opposition and you'd definitely love to have him on your team. I think Terrence is well on his way towards that path. I hope that Terrence has more than just Matthew's spot up shooting game next season and develops an inside-outside game.
I harbour no ill feelings towards opponents of my opinions. They have just have different opinions. I just have problems with people who based their opinions off incorrect, invalid statistics that have no relevance to their arguments. If the Raptors feel that Demar has plateaud and they need a change of direction, then trade him. The truth though is that Demar represents the kind of player that's hard to find. He loves Toronto, wants to play in it and has raised his family here. A typical NBA player would have sending subliminal messages through the media for a trade to New York, Boston or LA if he were in Demar's situation. Not DD. That kind of intangible is more rare and valuable than the cost of his defensive deficits. I've seen players like Kenny Anderson and Mourning cold-shoulder Toronto... I don't want to see that ever again. Even saying their names gets me riled up.
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