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Thread: Everything Bargnani: The Legend Continues

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    With the discussion of all-star appearances and Dre's chances of being in uniform what kind of stat line does it take to book his ticket?

    I'm thinking 22 points, 7 boards, 2.5 assists, 1 block, close to 50% shooting and the Raps in the top 6 of the east just to be in the conversation. I think he's capable of putting that line up (more points and blocks to be honest) but he needs to be fully engaged and healthy which are two big question marks.

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    Quote RAPresenting wrote: View Post
    I'm thinking 22 points, 7 boards, 2.5 assists, 1 block, close to 50% shooting and the Raps in the top 6 of the east just to be in the conversation. I think he's capable of putting that line up (more points and blocks to be honest) but he needs to be fully engaged and healthy which are two big question marks.
    I think Bargs could be a 24 - 25 ppg player. He has some unstoppable moves!
    However, I don't see his rebounding getting up to 7... Bargnani will be the go to guy on offence and more often then not while he's on the floor, he'll be the guy taking the shots. Problem is, Bargnani's go to moves often see him fading away from the basket and using his height to his advantage. It's effective in terms of scoring, but by launching himself away from the basket he typically makes it impossible to pick up his own rebound. Lowry, Derozan and Jonas will all have a much better chance grabbing their own misses. Sharing the front court with Jonas and Gray (two guys being paid to focus on rebounding) I just don't see his numbers going up.
    And yet, I think we'll be a good team that can out-rebound our opponents 60% of the time. It just wont be Bargnani carrying the load.
    Also, I don't think Bargnani will get up to a block a game. That's a good help defender stat and that's not his forte. Jonas on the other hand..

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    I think his numbers last year (19.5 pts, 5.5 rebs) would be good enough if the Raptors are one of the top 8 teams in the EC during the first half of the season.
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    Quote Garbo wrote: View Post
    I think Bargs could be a 24 - 25 ppg player. He has some unstoppable moves!
    However, I don't see his rebounding getting up to 7... Bargnani will be the go to guy on offence and more often then not while he's on the floor, he'll be the guy taking the shots. Problem is, Bargnani's go to moves often see him fading away from the basket and using his height to his advantage. It's effective in terms of scoring, but by launching himself away from the basket he typically makes it impossible to pick up his own rebound. Lowry, Derozan and Jonas will all have a much better chance grabbing their own misses. Sharing the front court with Jonas and Gray (two guys being paid to focus on rebounding) I just don't see his numbers going up.
    And yet, I think we'll be a good team that can out-rebound our opponents 60% of the time. It just wont be Bargnani carrying the load.
    Also, I don't think Bargnani will get up to a block a game. That's a good help defender stat and that's not his forte. Jonas on the other hand..
    Rebounding could be tough based on his offensive game I agree but he'll play enough minutes to have a decent shot at that amount. As for blocks he's definitely capable of a block a game (his career is .9) and he had years of 1.2 and 1.4 so a bock doesn't seem out of the question. Blocks should be easier to come by with Lowry and Fields playing better D and the