I agree with Tim, Demar is not immature but he is not someone you can point and say he is mature (the kid still likes flashy cars, new school rap, bling and hanging/following around questionable character guys like Jennings and J.R Smith). On the basketball court he seems like a worker which is a good thing.
It will be interesting if he gets better whether the fame will go to his head and starts to think like he is a cool motherf*&%er like Chris Bosh did.
He's got good parents who raised him the right way and he has who he likes to party with. I say that's the best of both world's. Knows when to be mature and when to act his age.
He is officially a threat from Deep. Can't nobody say Otherwise.
ADD 10 / 16 (63%) now. Amazing. Demar is LOVING it too. He's deserves this. He's worked his butt off.
Last edited by joey_hesketh; Wed Jan 4th, 2012 at 09:17 PM.
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ya... good for him.. id expect those #s to go down... people will start defending him closer on the perimeter...which in turn should open up more opportunity to drive to the hoop.... hopefully he dont go fallin in love with the junp shot like VC did! LOL
Quite an improvement from 5/54 (9%) last season.
It's his confidence taking them that strikes me
I havent seen a Raptor dominated game since....
I am actually more amazed at Bargs transformation. Give Casey a raise.
I'll wake up tomorrow and this maybe a dream. Great balanced play.
It's looking like he really shot about 1000 a day over the summer. Nevertheless (and hardly worth mentioning), he probably won't keep this percentage up.
Maybe he's our Derrick Williams from Arizona last season?
He looked like the opposite of Butler out there.
once they start guarding him closer we'll see a lot of baseline dunks and posters.
In other words, he hit as many threes in one game as he did all of last season.
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