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    lol I think leafs nation is rubbing off on some raptors fans, delusional.

    Like Jack always says, "git that garbage outta here"

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    (Canadian Press) - Fastapasta Productions, a Toronto based film production company, is developing THE BARGNANI STORY: MAGO NO MAGO WHERE IS THE MAGO, a tv movie of the week.

    Pablo Schreiber, best known for his role as troubled brooding dock worker Nick Sobotka on The Wire, has been penned to play the role of Bargnani.

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    Quote DoNDaDDa wrote: View Post
    maybe they need to take primo off the pasta & get him on a vegan diet or some shit...LOL
    yup, I'd never thought I'd say this, but he should take a page out of stoudemires book......

    http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/knick...mpE2Kqf1aGYGOM

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    Quote Craiger wrote: View Post


    To the bolded - putting financial issues aside (which are still important), there should unquestionably be less importance put on players with smaller roles than those with larger roles. But, this organization has yet to prove they actually view Bargnani any different than the always have. I know Colangelo has said alot in regards to Bargnani or this team, but he always says alot without it necessarily being reflected on the court or how he runs the organization.
    This is the most valid point I've heard about this issue.

    It's one thing to say "he's played one game with some effort and already you appreciate him bla bla bla"...it's an irrelevant point.

    What is relevant is that Bargnani's role on the team has changed (if he stays) and that's already been decided. The question is can he and the organization make the shift mentally. It's not so simple after all these years.

    Bottom line is, you cannot argue that ANY player in the NBA, if he has the proper role and responsibility can help a team. The question is always if that player will accept their role in the pecking order, and if the organization sees where they are supposed to fit.

    he is not arujo...he will go to another team, and will probably be valuable as a 7th-9th man.

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    Quote e2thed wrote: View Post
    lol I think leafs nation is rubbing off on some raptors fans, delusional.

    Like Jack always says, "git that garbage outta here"
    I'm actually not really a leafs fan.....

    I just don't see how anyway can argue that he is not a valuable 9th man?

    I 'm not saying he's that good, or we shouldn't trade him, I'm just saying if we can't, what makes him any worse than some other guy who comes in and plays that role?

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    Quote BallaBalla wrote: View Post
    I've hated him for a while (still do) but last night's effort from him made me look at the positives

    1. Arguably the best one on one post defender on the team
    2. Mobile big to spell Amir (instead of AIRon)
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