Originally Posted by 'trane
numbers do lie snooch. there's lies, damn lies and statistics... maybe he got more burn because he was more confident and his overall quality of play and his contribution had improved enough to warrant it. how many players actually have an exponential increase in statistical production when their playing time goes up?
Well, truth be told his overall per(not a huge fan of) did go up by 1.4.
Im not saying he didn't improve, nor am I saying he wont improve in the future I am just saying he isn't going to turn into a Garnett of even a Bosh
for that matter. His improvement this past year wasnt as ridiculous considering that his playing time did in fact double.
Roy became much more effecient this past season and is a very effective player but I really cant see him ever being a 28ppg scorer, he is very effective in a team concept and when money comes calling in a couple of years there will be a decline in his efficiency.