The fact is that a pure scorer that only shoots .422 from the field and .261 from three is a problem. It's a problem that is exacerbated by the fact that DeRozan doesn't rebound, can't make plays for others and still struggles creating shots off the dribble. Will DeRozan be back with Toronto next season? Almost assuredly. However, as the team looks to upgrade their scoring attack DeRozan may find himself in a vastly different role, perhaps even as an offensive punch off of the bench, unless he can do a lot this summer to round out his game. He's had three years in the NBA with basically unlimited minutes and touches handed to him but with wins starting to matter next season the club may not be able to afford to indulge him without him doing a lot more on the court to justify their indulgences.