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    What do you think the ceiling is for all the Raptors' players 25 years of age and younger?

    Andrea Bargnani, age 25
    Sonny Weems, age 24
    Amir Johnson, age 23
    Julian Wright, age 23
    Jerryd Bayless, age 22
    Solomon Alabi, age 22
    Alexis Ajinca, age 22
    DeMar DeRozan, age 21
    Ed Davis, age 21

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    Not sure how one would quantify 'ceiling' to be honest.

    Are we doing it out of 100, where 100 is Lebron-type-Ceiling, and 0 being Hoffa type?

    I'd say Demar is the only one with a truly unlimited ceiling.

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    Default What I'm thinking

    Superstar, perennial all-star, all-star, team star, impact player, solid rotation player, end of bench player.

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    demar and ed - all-star

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    Solomon Alabi and Alexis Ajinca are...?

    Tough one to answer, huh?

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    Quote Apollo wrote: View Post
    What do you think the ceiling is for all the Raptors' players 25 years of age and younger?

    Andrea Bargnani, age 25 impact player
    Sonny Weems, age 24 solid rotational
    Amir Johnson, age 23 impact player
    Julian Wright, age 23 end of bench
    Jerryd Bayless, age 22 solid rotational player
    Solomon Alabi, age 22 end of bench
    Alexis Ajinca, age 22 end of bench
    DeMar DeRozan, age 21 perennial all-star
    Ed Davis, age 21perennial all-star
    I am trying to be realistic. If the Raps ever have a great season and Bargnani is around he could be considered an all-star but he is approaching the top floor I think. Bayless has averaged 14/7 when given the start, he is who I feel least confident about labelling right now. Weems is almost at end of bench for my ranking, he just slipped in to solid rotational player.

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    I'll preface my picks by stating that I will not be labeling any of the above-mentioned players as "perennial all-stars" based on the system of fan voting and the fact that Toronto is off the radar for many NBA fans/players/coaches/media types. Maybe a couple of these guys will have all-star calibre seasons, but that does not mean that they will make the all star team. Every year very deserving players get left off the team. That being said;
    Bargs-impact offensive player
    Weems-Bench/not-so-solid rotational player
    Johnson-impact player
    Wright-solid rotational player
    Bayless-solid rotational player
    Alabi-DNP-CD
    Ajinca-End of bench
    DeRozan-all star calibre player
    Davis-impact player/all star calibre player

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    Quote duncan wrote: View Post
    I'll preface my picks by stating that I will not be labeling any of the above-mentioned players as "perennial all-stars" based on the system of fan voting and the fact that Toronto is off the radar for many NBA fans/players/coaches/media types.
    Vince Carter had no trouble getting fan votes but I agree for the most part about being off the radar of most fans. However, the starters are only decided by the fans. The coaches know what's what. They scout and research all season long in preparation for games. The coaches usually make fair selections. If either is worthy the coaches will see that they get there more times than not. The coaches got Bosh there multiple times. They also got Antonio Davis to the game while he was in Toronto.

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