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Raptors Koreen: The Raptors’ 2010-11 report card

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DeMar DeRozan

GP 78 l PPG 17.1 l RPG 3.9 l FG% 47.2 DeRozan got stronger as the season carried on. In 22 games since the all-star break, he has averaged 19.9 points per game on nearly 48% shooting. He is also the only Raptor to play in every game this season. He still needs to improve his defence, handling and three-point shot.

Part of the future? Definitely. He should be the Raptors' starting shooting guard as long as he wants to be here.

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Reggie Evans

GP 28 l PPG 4.3 l RPG 11.2 l FG% 41.6 When he was on the floor, Evans' rebounding genius was the most reliable thing for the Raptors. Of course, a foot injury means he will barely surpass the 28 games he played last year.

Part of the future? Unlikely. The Raptors could bring him back to serve as the veteran conscience of a young team. But with Amir Johnson and Ed Davis under contract, they need more of a legitimate centre.

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Amir Johnson

GP 72 l PPG 9.6 l RPG 6.4; l FG% 56.8 Johnson was the team's warrior. With back and ankle injuries, he had no business playing 70plus games, and that showed up in his post-all-star averages of 7.8 points and 4.8 rebounds per game. He brought down his atrocious foul rate, and most importantly, he showed up.

Part of the future? Probably. He has four years left on his contract, but Davis's presence makes you wonder if there is not too much duplication at power forward.
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