Originally Posted by Superjudge
The same goes with scoring. I wouldn't be surprised to see Bosh's numbers remain even, if not dip, yet his play become more effective.
That's why I've been saying that predicting point, rebound and assist per game numbers is fruitless, because the Raptors
will have to find the best scoring and rebounding balance. Whether that means more or less points for Bosh
(or JO, or Jose) isn't important, as long as it means a more effective offense.
Forget, points per game...I'm much more interested in how Bosh's FG% looks next year. I'd bet on it going up, even if his points scored don't. And, in my opinion, that
would definitely indicate an improvement in the Raptors
offense as a whole, while an increase in points per game could be attributed to a number of things that don't necessarily improve the team's efficiency.