Besides, I never mentioned mentioned starting both Davis and Amir together. Neither one has the size or strength to defend the center position. I would hope that the Raptors would be able to acquire a decent center who isn't a liability on either end of the court.
I voted no never. I think Demar can be a very good scorer on this or any team, but I don't see him having what it takes to score 27 a night like the clear cut team leaders do. I see him being part of a 1A-1B scoring tandem, something like a Rudy Gay Zach Randolph do in Memphis or like San Antonio and Boston does with 3 or 4 guys that can all go for 25 on a given night.
Demar has shown great improvement this tear but still has things that he needs t get better at to make scoring easier for him, and that is what I feel will hold him back.
So who watched the Clilps game? I gotta tell you, I knew we would lose. We had no closer. With King Bargs on the sidelines, who is gonna step up?
Check the stats- Demar was chucking bricks and got annihilated by must-see BG.
Is THIS our future "franchise" guy. All the Bargs haters take notice, Double D proved he's not there yet. This team will be in rough shape next year if he is our #1 option. Yikes!
But he's not our future franchise guy, so what are you crying about?
Hes in his second season and is a project. If anything you should be making a thread about how hes gotten better faster than most thought he would.
So, I don't think BC saw him as a "project" like Bargs, nor do I think he is meeting expectations.
And derozan is in his second season and shoots 47% from the field while bargnani was shooting 38% in his second. Demar also gets less shots and makes them, bargnani chucks up 20 shots to get 20 points, thats BS. Bargnani is not a good shooter we just feed him the ball and he jacks up shots and ends up scroing 20. Your just a DeRozan hater
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