keeper as "inconsistent"?
Old 03-20-2012, 03:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i have no problem about JB's burst in last few games...however i do have problems with all the other players right now.


who is really a keeper after this season...can someone tell me right now?do we really have a consistent player that we can rely on going forward?

let's breakdown all the "keeper" that we assumed when season start

DD-the most inconsistent player for all season whom became non-factor for team's record, is he a 20+ scorer...yes;is he a Winning factor...no,IMO his score has been no contribution towards team's win or lose.


AB-after coming back from injury he has been turned into his old form...a low efficiency scorer with limited defensive effort,i even don't want to compare his stats vs pre-injury...i really feel sorry for his current performing!

JJ- the most surprised player in Raptors this year...did he went on vacation in last 6 games,somebody tell me...another inconsistent example that i don't want talk about

surprisingly, Jose would be most consistent player this season whether you hate him or not,now it's up to JB and i don't know how long he can keep up his "consistent"...God knows!!!
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Old 03-20-2012, 03:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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How long play AB after injury? How long play Kleiza after injured? Big problem, Raptors KEY player have injury to much. How good can play Heat if Lebron have injury problem like AB? How good can play MAVS if Dirk have same problem as AB?

All remember season start, when Dirk tired after euro championship, not ready for NBA. And MAVS lose game after game. So, i think here problem medic staff.
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Old 03-20-2012, 03:38 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Gotta question the mental toughness of the team. Big win in Memphis, then lose to to Charlotte. The whole year there has been a lack of veteran leadership. Say what you want to say about Butler and Carter, but when your veterans are heating the bench, there so much you can listen too. I wish Derozan can turn the corner. Yes, he's putting up 20 points, but he's jacking up shots at a low percentage. Call him Bargnani 2.0. No one is a keeper.
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Old 03-20-2012, 03:56 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Raps fan support tank nation. But when Bargnani supports it after coming back from two injuries and raps having zero chance of making the playoffs.. He's deemed a lazy useless bastard. Nice
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The only guys I'd really like to keep on the team for next year are:

Bargnani, Davis, Johnson, Johnson.

I really like a 2nd unit frontline of Johnson x2 and Davis off the bench next year. People may question me as to why I would include Ed Davis. I really think he's going to be a valuable piece going forward. Like I've said before, you dont just give up on long lanky athetlic talented 6'11 players who have shown that they can block shots and rebound like he has. The offence will come. And with Amir and James, I think they'll be quality reserves giving great minutes off the bench on a winning team(assuming Bryan gets the key pieces we need in the offseason with the cap room we have)

Everyone else is up for grabs(ie if the right deal comes along). No one is 100% untouchable obviously, but those are the guys I'd look to keep to build a winner going forward.
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Old 03-21-2012, 10:29 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Jose, Demar, JJ, Davis keepers
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Old 03-21-2012, 10:39 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Bargnani, James Johnson, Demar Derozan. Those are the guys i like going forward even though it would probably be pretty easy to come up with a trade involving each one of them. Jose i like too, but not at that salary. God no.
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Old 03-21-2012, 10:40 PM   #9 (permalink)
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The only guys I'd really like to keep on the team for next year are:

Bargnani, Davis, Johnson, Johnson.

I really like a 2nd unit frontline of Johnson x2 and Davis off the bench next year. People may question me as to why I would include Ed Davis. I really think he's going to be a valuable piece going forward. Like I've said before, you dont just give up on long lanky athetlic talented 6'11 players who have shown that they can block shots and rebound like he has. The offence will come. And with Amir and James, I think they'll be quality reserves giving great minutes off the bench on a winning team(assuming Bryan gets the key pieces we need in the offseason with the cap room we have)

Everyone else is up for grabs(ie if the right deal comes along). No one is 100% untouchable obviously, but those are the guys I'd look to keep to build a winner going forward.
agreed. but i would trade davis or amir for some backcourt help and i wouldnt give up on demar just yet.

and this shows us how weak our back court really is. i like all of our players, but as backups, aside from maybe andrea. 2nd consisting of JJ, Kleiza, amir, jose and grey or davis seems pretty deep to me.
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Old 03-23-2012, 03:20 PM   #10 (permalink)
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agreed. but i would trade davis or amir for some backcourt help and i wouldnt give up on demar just yet.

and this shows us how weak our back court really is. i like all of our players, but as backups, aside from maybe andrea. 2nd consisting of JJ, Kleiza, amir, jose and grey or davis seems pretty deep to me.
the problem here is we have "consistent" backup player,like Davis,Amir and JJ

but we don't have consistent starter!!!! can anyone tell me who is consistent starter aside from Jose(even he is ideally a backup PG in 2012-13)
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