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View Poll Results: Which Power Forward goes?

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  • Ed Davis

    14 21.54%
  • Amir Johnson

    39 60.00%
  • Linas Kleiza

    4 6.15%
  • Quincy Acy (D-League?)

    5 7.69%
  • Andrea Bargnani

    3 4.62%
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Thread: The lingering question... Which PF goes?

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    Raptors Republic All-Star Miekenstien's Avatar
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    http://espn.go.com/nba/player/gamelo...9/amir-johnson
    amir is pretty inconsistant. all over the place from game to game

    same as ed
    http://espn.go.com/nba/player/gamelo.../4259/ed-davis

    at work so no time to go over whos numbers are varying more often and wildly. i am all for getting rid of amir though

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    Quote Kuh wrote: View Post
    Those who read stats like thenbageek would note:
    Ed Davis: +6 wins in a season
    Amir Johnson: +6 wins
    Lina's Kleiza: +1 win
    Andrea Bargnani: -1 win (it was -6 wins the year before)

    Seems like a pretty strong argument to keep both Amir and Ed, and dump Andrea ... who might fetch the most in a trade, as well.


    P.S. But of course, stats are for losers like the San Antonio Spurs, and winners like the Raptors know that Andrea is our star.
    yup .. if only we had guys running the team who could blindly follow these stats and make decisions accordingly.. wed be in a much better place ..

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    I voted Andrea for a couple reasons.

    First I don't buy into the 'new' Andrea scenario. It may be true, but I need alot more than 13 out of 350 games to start to believe in the reliablity of such a case.

    He is, in theory anyways, the most valuable asset on the team and should net the largest return.

    Loosing his contract (assuming a new large contract doesn't come in return) offers the team the most flexibility going forward

    Eds cheap and young, Amir is constistent and reliable. PF is probably one of the easiest holes to fill in the NBA right now anyways... I'd rather make sure this team has C, PG and a wing locked down.

    Mind you I'm not a playoffs or bust kind of guy if I was the logical choice would probably be Ed.

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    Quote Kuh wrote: View Post
    Those who read stats like thenbageek would note:
    Ed Davis: +6 wins in a season
    Amir Johnson: +6 wins
    Lina's Kleiza: +1 win
    Andrea Bargnani: -1 win (it was -6 wins the year before)

    Seems like a pretty strong argument to keep both Amir and Ed, and dump Andrea ... who might fetch the most in a trade, as well.


    P.S. But of course, stats are for losers like the San Antonio Spurs, and winners like the Raptors know that Andrea is our star.
    WP is full of crap it doesn't pass the sniff test, our record last year should have improved without Bargs playing based on WP...which it didn't.

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    Quote Katman wrote: View Post
    WP is full of crap it doesn't pass the sniff test, our record last year should have improved without Bargs playing based on WP...which it didn't.
    not entirely true. The Raptors record would have (in WP's theory anyways) improved if everything stayed the same. But ofcourse not everything stayed the same. (other injuries, more minutes given to d-league players etc).

    Bargnani's value is one variable of many when it comes to the total team record.

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    Quote Miekenstien wrote: View Post
    http://espn.go.com/nba/player/gamelo...9/amir-johnson
    amir is pretty inconsistant. all over the place from game to game

    same as ed
    http://espn.go.com/nba/player/gamelo.../4259/ed-davis

    at work so no time to go over whos numbers are varying more often and wildly. i am all for getting rid of amir though

    I don't even know how we can