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    Default Most effective Raptor, Least effective Raptor? 2010-11

    In my opinion the more effective and consistent player on the Raptors' roster is Leandro Barbosa, because he makes the most out of his minutes and has been a proven scorer off the bench in the past by winning the SMOTY award, second is DeMar Derozan, even though DeMar scores a lot more its because he gets more shots/ more minutes.
    Least effective player on the Raptors' roster IMO is Sonny Weems, the dude took bad shot after bad shot when the team had a glimmer of hope during 3 quarters this season and turns the ball over more than a person playing with a fortune telling 8-ball. Second most inconsistent player would be Bargnani, I know that hes been taking more shots but damn the dude lives and dies by jump shots.
    Name your most effective/consistent, least effective/inconsistent Raptors, I think my reasonings are unbiased.
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    Sonny Weems is definitely the least effective.

    Most effective is a tough one because everyone seems flawed and/or streaky. I'm going to take a pass.

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    Most Efficient: Amir Johnson
    Least Efficient: Bayless

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    Most efficient: Ed
    Least: Barbosa

    When he's on, he's on. Problem is for every great game where his offense carries the team to a win theres 10 where he takes retarded gut punch shots and makes me want to punch a wall.

    If we could keep him for cheapish, that'd be amazing but it's not going to happen.

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    Most effective: DeRozan, mostly because he's played every game, and gotten better every game.

    Least effective: Weems has been pretty bad this year with the exception of about 4 games.

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    Most effective / efficient: Amir Johnson
    Least effective / efficient: Barbosa / Weems (tie)
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    Quote Macc wrote: View Post
    Most effective: DeRozan, mostly because he's played every game, and gotten better every game.

    Least effective: Weems has been pretty bad this year with the exception of about 4 games.

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    Most effective: Amir Johnson
    Least Effective: Linas Kleiza/Sonny Weems

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    Amir is definitely the most effective. And it's between Weems and Bayless for ineffective.

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    I think out most effective player is Amir Johnson; he's our best two-way player. No wonder he has the highest PER on the team.

    As for the least effective player, I'd go with Weems. He was so much better last year and even got me optimistic the way he and DeRozan played in the Summer League.
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    Quote CB4 wrote: View Post
    I think out most effective player is Amir Johnson; he's our best two-way player. No wonder he has the highest PER on the team.

    As for the least effective player, I'd go with Weems or Kleiza.
    Very true, Amir is also a tough dude who battles through back injuries, unlike Sonny who whines about and messes up his contract year.
    I can't blame Kleiza for being inefficient because he was injured from the get go from the FIBA World games, he had to carry his team.

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    most: davis or evans they go out there knowing exactly what they want to get done and get it done.

    least: calderon for dishing out 5 million assists in a gmae while continuing to shoot highly contested 3 balls that even bargnani wouldn't shoot. Also, kleiza for having some retarded injury that causes him to be sidelined for 85 years while still being able to seemingly function properly?!
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    Quote LBF wrote: View Post
    most: davis or evans they go out there knowing exactly what they want to get done and get it done.

    least: calderon for dishing out 5 million assists in a gmae while continuing to shoot highly contested 3 balls that even bargnani wouldn't shoot. Also, kleiza for having some retarded injury that causes him to be sidelined for 85 years while still being able to seemingly function properly?!
    WTF? 5 million assists? sidelined for 85 years? Where did u get this information?

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    I vote for Amir as most effective, and Weems as least effective out of people still on the team who get minutes.

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    Quote Raptors_ wrote: View Post
    WTF? 5 million assists? sidelined for 85 years? Where did u get this information?

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    Quote LBF wrote: View Post
    least: calderon for dishing out 5 million assists in a gmae while continuing to shoot highly contested 3 balls that even bargnani wouldn't shoot.
    You apparently haven't noticed how often the offense has gone off the rails when Calderon leaves the game. He's certainly not a great defender, but what he does very well is get the ball where it need go and help the offense keep chugging along. And you do realize he's got the highest 3 point percentage on the entire team, right?
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    Quote LBF wrote: View Post
    most: davis or evans they go out there knowing exactly what they want to get done and get it done.

    least: calderon for dishing out 5 million assists in a gmae while continuing to shoot highly contested 3 balls that even bargnani wouldn't shoot. Also, kleiza for having some retarded injury that causes him to be sidelined for 85 years while still being able to seemingly function properly?!
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    Least - Weems, Bayless, Alabi are super trash and will never amount to anything. Trade them or cut them asap.

    Most - Barbosa; he is consistent and doesn't play typical raptors slop ball.. he must be kept and should have been shut down long ago. Also Derozan and Amir have been much more consistent this year and deserve credit. Number one most important thing is putting up an effort night in and night out.

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    most effective: Amir Johnson
    least effective: it pains me to say this but its a tie between Weems,and Bayless

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    Quote b2kelly wrote: View Post
    Least - Weems, Bayless, Alabi are super trash and will never amount to anything.
    Bayless has potential, he needs to work on man2man defense and his clutch play and reduce his turnovers. Weems is so trash, he turns the ball over on simple plays and can create off the bounce he is also a bad passer, he will forever be the rare recipient of fast break plays and nothing more. Alabi can't be judged, I've seen play mediocre in Summer League , but he needs to work on his aggressiveness and his awareness and he will be a good bench player in the years to come.

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