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Old 02-15-2011, 12:58 PM   #57 (permalink)
fucking mad with people overrating Calderon

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Originally Posted by raptorchick View Post
You've got to be kidding, right?

- SA would start Amir over Blair, Barg over Duncan, Demar over Ginobili?
- LAL would start Amir over Gasol, Barg over Bynum, Demar over Bryant?
- BOS would start Amir over Garnett, Barg over Perkins, Demar over Allen?
- DAL would start Amir over Dirk, Barg over Chandler, Demar over Terry/Beaubois?
- ORL would start Amir over Turkoglu, Barg over Howard, Demar over Richardson?
- MIA would start Amir over Bosh, Barg over Z/Anthony (ok maybe), Demar over Wade?
- UT would start Amir over Milsap, Barg over Jefferson/Okur when he gets back, Demar over Bell?
- ATL would start Amir over Smith, Barg over Horford, Demar over J. Johnson?
- NYY would start Amir over Stoudemire, Barg over Mozgov/Turiaf (ok maybe), Demar over Fields?
SA would start Bargnani and DeRozan over Blair and Jefferson
LA would start DeRozan over Artest
DAL would start DeRozan over any winger they're starting (Stevenson, Peja, whoever)
ORL would start Bargnani over Ryan Anderson
Miami would start Bargnani over any C they have
UT would start Bargnani over Okur, DeRozan over Bell
ATL would start DeRozan over Williams or Evans (SF)
NY would start Bargnani no matter what other centers they could have, DeMar over Fields

You gotta stop thinking that Raptors' players are a piece of crap. How many 7 footers can put the ball on the floor, get by people, finish at the rim, shoot fade aways and face up J's? Bargnani is second among all centers in the league in scoring.
The Suns got to the WCF starting Channing Frye, just because he could shoot. He's not half of the player Andrea is.

DeMar DeRozan is one of the brightest upcoming stars in this league. Along with Tyreke Evans, Monta Ellis and Dwayne Wade, he's as explosive and physically talented as any SG can get. He's also showing nice improvement, developing a terrific mid range jumper and getting to the line often. In my mind there's no way he won't be a 20ppg player for the next 10 years.

It's too early to make a judgment on Ed Davis, although it's not a shame to say he'll be at least a very good contributor. He's showing terrific quickness and hustle, both skills that combined with his soft touch near the bastket will make him a valuable player for our future
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