I see those minutes as an example, of how far away we are from getting where we want to be. Since, Forbes and Alabi haven't earned any minutes are they dead weight?
However if the Raps start losing a tone of games, and there is no hope in sight for the playoffs.. I can see a lot more minutes for the guys who we need to develop and watch like Alabi, Forbes, Davis and Bayless, and less time for the veterans like Magloire, Carter and Butler.
BTW, small point, but what you feel should be the team next year has 17 (2 over the limit) players on it and it's way too early in this development/evaluation year to assume even half of them will be here next year.
They are fine because they don't take away touches from DeRozan, AB, Ed Davis and A. Johnson. The both of them are washed up, but they accepted the role of one year rental veterans doing the dirty work.
So why was Davis losing minutes? Magloire out playing him? Sounds more like Magloire 'out efforting' him and Davis was being held accountable for his play.
At the bottom if THIS ARTICLERaptors head coach Dwane Casey didn’t like what he saw out of Ed Davis in recent games against New York and Orlando and let the second-year power forward know about it.
Casey said Davis was not running hard enough and that’s why he pulled him aside to watch video on Wednesday morning.
he still hit it and how did he cause it? Ed was holding on to the ball for like 10 seconds and then he passed it to barbosa and he drained a hail mary 3.
Magloire and Butler are stilll turrrible, Kleiza and Gray can't healthy soon enough.
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