Raptors To Keep Moon, Martin
Old 01-08-2008, 07:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Phew .... now that was a close one. Thought for a second we might lose Darrick.

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The Toronto Raptors ' roster will remain unchanged for now.

Thursday is the day that two Raptors — rookie Jamario Moon and veteran Darrick Martin — will have the remainder of their contracts guaranteed if they are with the club.

According to Raptors president Bryan Colangelo, that is pretty much a given at this stage.

Keeping Moon, who has been an unexpected surprise in his first NBA season as a 27-year-old, was "pretty much a no-brainer," Colangelo said.
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Old 01-08-2008, 07:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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that means that if we sign someone, dixon or graham are out doesnt it? oh and baston.
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I think so Belsius .... right now its not a matter of if a trade will be made, but when and who. Guarantee that both Dixon and Joey are on their way out soon, now we just gotta see what BC has up his sleeve this time around and who else will be apart of a bigger deal.

As Hoops and I already alluded to, something needs to be addressed in the post and interior. Not next year or a couple years from now while Bargnani finishes developing (if he develops that is), but this season. We're a team that's suppose to be on the up-and-up and right now the best way to describe this current squad is just .... blah.

We need to start making strides forward and not regress or plateau like we seem to have right now. :mad:
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I dont know, Im not a big fan of trading. IMO we cant really do anything for sure till A)we know if Bargs can really develop to be a good rebounder and low post scorer, B)we now if Tj is returning, C)if that is the case, can dixon play the point, wich for know looks like he cant.
And obviosly we wont know any of that any time soon. It pisses me off cause I like our players, and its clear they can do what they are asked for. the question is, can they do it consistely enough to take us far in the playoffs.

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