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raptorsfan1000 08-07-2012 11:53 PM

Predict DeRozan's stats
 
21ppg
4rpg
3apg

45/32/80

jeffb 08-07-2012 11:58 PM

14.9ppg
3.7rpg
2.4apg

43 FG%
28 3PT%
76 FT%

More offense added to the starting lineup means Derozan will probably get a couple less shots. So unless he gets a crapload more efficient his numbers are likely to go down a notch.

RaptorsandBuckeye FaN 08-08-2012 12:08 AM

16PPG 3.5RPG 2.1APG

44% FG, 30% 3PT, 79% FT

Ball Don't Lie 08-08-2012 12:27 AM

What I hope for: 18 ppg, 5 rpg, 3 apg, 45% FG, 34% 3PT, 82% FT, better defence overall.

What I think will happen: 16 ppg, 4 rpg, 2 apg, 44% FG, 29% 3PT, 79% FT, same man to man D, better help D.

Unfortunately I dont see him making the huge jump next year but I think he'll be more effective and shoot better with Lowry getting him a few easy baskets every game. I just hope he's improved his handle and brings it every night even when hes having an off night shooting.

LKeet6 08-08-2012 11:07 AM

similar production to last year but more efficiently in slightly less mins. Small improvements in D, IQ, assists and rebs.

js12 08-08-2012 11:13 AM

13.5 PPG
4.0 RPG
2.0 APG
50% FG

I can see him averaging less points, but becoming more efficient in the offence. Hopefully, he learned from last season that he needs to take the ball to the basket more instead of settling for shots.

Dark Knight 08-08-2012 11:18 AM

Could care less about his stats, but I want to see him start to develop a killer instinct on offence. He's had his chance to feel out the league, now it's time for him to punish anyone who sleeps on him. I don't to see him become passive and shy away from the contact, go right at them DeMar! NO MERCY! :headbang:

carp 08-08-2012 11:30 AM

18ppg, 2 rebounds, 1 assist, 0.2 steals, .41%FG, .28%3%

10gizzle 08-08-2012 11:31 AM

20.3 PPG
4.0 RPG
2.0 APG
47.5% FG

I think he makes a step up into a more consistent player. Contract year for him...

carp 08-08-2012 11:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dark Knight (Post 676687)
Could care less about his stats, but I want to see him start to develop a killer instinct on offence. He's had his chance to feel out the league, now it's time for him to punish anyone who sleeps on him. I don't to see him become passive and shy away from the contact, go right at them DeMar! NO MERCY! :headbang:

I don't care about his offense, I'd like to see him develop a killer instinct on defense....punish guys, make them work for once against him.

Superjudge 08-08-2012 01:41 PM

I'm gonna go out on limb here and go on my hunch that he was on to something last year with his shooting stroke, but was undone by the season starting and having to time to really keep on it with no practice time...

As you may remember, Derozan worked hard on his shot and range, but changing your shot is hard, and takes thousands of consistent reps. But what we saw in the first couple weeks, was nice, and it was positive. His release point as higher and more in front of his head, less throwing, more shooting, and his actual ball flight and rotation was much better. You could see him revert as the season went on. I think DD is working on that again, hard. I think he's putting hi time in right now and has been flying under the radar because of the olympics and all the other shit the raps have going on, so less press etc.

I think Derozan will match Bargnani in production:

24ppg
5rebs
3ast.

I say this with a grain of salt as he might be eating chicken with Jennings too, I just really think that he will have seen what happened last off season and I think that will motivate him and that he is likely getting a few thousand shots up a day right now. I may have criticized this guys game, but I never have his attitude pr his effort,I trust he is doing his best, and if he is, there is no reason he can't improve significantly with a full offseason to continue what he learned last year, and a full camp to work it into actual gameplay scenario's and sets.

pzabby 08-08-2012 04:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Superjudge (Post 676729)
I'm gonna go out on limb here and go on my hunch that he was on to something last year with his shooting stroke, but was undone by the season starting and having to time to really keep on it with no practice time...

As you may remember, Derozan worked hard on his shot and range, but changing your shot is hard, and takes thousands of consistent reps. But what we saw in the first couple weeks, was nice, and it was positive. His release point as higher and more in front of his head, less throwing, more shooting, and his actual ball flight and rotation was much better. You could see him revert as the season went on. I think DD is working on that again, hard. I think he's putting hi time in right now and has been flying under the radar because of the olympics and all the other shit the raps have going on, so less press etc.

I think Derozan will match Bargnani in production:

24ppg
5rebs
3ast.

I say this with a grain of salt as he might be eating chicken with Jennings too, I just really think that he will have seen what happened last off season and I think that will motivate him and that he is likely getting a few thousand shots up a day right now. I may have criticized this guys game, but I never have his attitude pr his effort,I trust he is doing his best, and if he is, there is no reason he can't improve significantly with a full offseason to continue what he learned last year, and a full camp to work it into actual gameplay scenario's and sets.

I too think he'll make a very big jump, but those numbers would put DD in the mvp running, far from it, but in the conversation, and I don't think he'll be there next season.. i'd say 20 ppg, 48% shooting, 35% 3 point, 3.5 reb, 3 assists with much improved D. I can see derozan being pushed to improve his D with ross gnawing at his heels, and he'l do it in a grand fashion. this kid has improved every season he's played, and his least improvement, was off a retarded season. kid's going to be an all star, someone quote me, i do believe it. he has the work ethic, and tools. sure he may not be kobe talent, but he has his drive, and enough tools to get him to an all star level.

Dark Knight 08-08-2012 05:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Superjudge (Post 676729)
I'm gonna go out on limb here and go on my hunch that he was on to something last year with his shooting stroke, but was undone by the season starting and having to time to really keep on it with no practice time...

As you may remember, Derozan worked hard on his shot and range, but changing your shot is hard, and takes thousands of consistent reps. But what we saw in the first couple weeks, was nice, and it was positive. His release point as higher and more in front of his head, less throwing, more shooting, and his actual ball flight and rotation was much better. You could see him revert as the season went on. I think DD is working on that again, hard. I think he's putting hi time in right now and has been flying under the radar because of the olympics and all the other shit the raps have going on, so less press etc.

I think Derozan will match Bargnani in production:

24ppg
5rebs
3ast.

I say this with a grain of salt as he might be eating chicken with Jennings too, I just really think that he will have seen what happened last off season and I think that will motivate him and that he is likely getting a few thousand shots up a day right now. I may have criticized this guys game, but I never have his attitude pr his effort,I trust he is doing his best, and if he is, there is no reason he can't improve significantly with a full offseason to continue what he learned last year, and a full camp to work it into actual gameplay scenario's and sets.

So what you're trying to say, is that DeMar is Harold Miner 2.0? ;)

Just kidding SJ, please don't hurt me.

Superjudge 08-08-2012 05:35 PM

somedays thats EXACTLY what I'm saying hahaha


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