So for the past month now I've assumed Reggie Evans is done in Toronto. They re-signed Johnson to a big deal(for his talents), drafted Ed Davis who is like Reggie in many ways only more talented and they also signed Kleiza who is a tough guy in his own right but again, more talented than Evans. That's three guys I'm counting who can deliver a similar service at PF and then some to the Raptors. The recent rumor of their interest in Amundson only would add more redundancy. All this along with the fact that he is in the final year of his contract had led me to believe his days were numbered. However, he's still here and there are zero rumors circulating about him as we speak. We are entering the dog days of summer. A time when little action occurs in the NBA, sort of management's summer holidays. Right now it seems more and more likely that Reggie is still in Toronto for camp and maybe beyond. So what's the plan? Well, a quick scan of the current forwards shows us that Johnson and Davis are probably going to spend more of their time at the 4. Ed is not yet big enough to hang with the centers and Amir probably never will be. Neither are offensively skilled enough to handle much time at the 3. We already know Linus is visioned to be a SF for the Raptors and as it stands right now probably a starter. There are questions about the center spot. After Bargnani all that's there is Solomon Alabi, a kid who doesn't seem ready to play in the NBA just yet. Dwayne Jones is a wild card who the Raptors admitted they knew little about but he's working out with Ed Davis now and Raptors brass were going to check him out. I've only seen him play once and that was limited. I'm writing him off for now until I hear or see some good things. Oh and Dorsey may not make the team so scratch that. All this suggests that maybe, just maybe Reggie sticks around and is used at center backing up Andrea from time to time. Reggie is big and stong enough even if he's on the short side for center. He's also got a toughness and badness in him that no one else on the team can come close to matching as of right now. The bench rotation looks to be Barbosa, Jack(or Calderon), Weems, Davis and the rest of the time is up for grabs. Alabi will probably spend time in D-league. I think Banks and Belinelli will both be moved sometime between now and the deadline as they're redundant and have expiring contracts; neither is in line for PT. The weakness on the bench seems to be size, rebounding and toughness. Enter Reggie Evans. What do you all think?