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View Poll Results: Grade Derozan's Season.

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Thread: Everything Demar Derozan

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    Quote DonCarlos wrote: View Post
    Let's get one thing straight - DeMar is in no way more athletic than Kobe. Kobe was bigger, stronger and faster as a 19 year old than DeMar. Kobe's build allowed him to pack on a significant amount of muscle later in his career; DeMar has a very slight build which could impact his ability to finish in traffic regardless of how strong he gets.
    Dude, Kobe isn't jacked to say the least. He's actually not big at all. DeMar is bigger now than Kobe is now.

    DeRozan
    6'7", 220lbs

    Bryant
    6'6", 205lbs

    And FYI, DeMar's extra body mass ain't fat:
    ... Demar Derozan all posted percentages under 5.
    Source: HoopsHype.com

    That said, hops:
    Rodrigue Beaubois Demar Derozan, and Chase Budinger all jumped well as expected, posting max verticals over 38”.
    Source: HoopsHype.com


    Kobe Bryant 38"
    Source: VertCoach.com

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    And ideally he adds 15-20 pounds of muscle in the next two years. People keep seeing Derozan as this small, fragile guy. He needed a year to wet his feet and an off season to bulk up. There is no way he ever touches Kobe basement, but he has a pretty high ceiling simply because he has so much to improve upon and so much potential to realize. He is definitely a dark horse contender for MIP next year.

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    I suppose stats don't lie, but that makes DeMar bigger than Vince. I'm still not sure I buy that.

    The fact that this thread even exists shows that BC should not even consider trading DeMar.

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    DD has to significantly improve his most glaring weakness: his dribbling/ball-handling. If he can, he'll be destined to stardom. If he doesn't, he'll become a career rotation player.

    Keep working on improving your handle, DD!
    Last edited by James Ballswin (Realizar); Fri Jun 11th, 2010 at 08:12 PM.

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