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  • #16
    S.R. wrote: View Post
    If more Bembry means less Stanley Johnson, then I'm here for this.
    Are you sure? I know nothing about Bembry, but the stats say his career ORTG is 95 on low USG (16%). Stanley Johnson is: ORTG (93) and USG (17.6%). They are pretty much twins.

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    • #17
      golden wrote: View Post

      Are you sure? I know nothing about Bembry, but the stats say his career ORTG is 95 on low USG (16%). Stanley Johnson is: ORTG (93) and USG (17.6%). They are pretty much twins.
      Right, but both players the bet is on the Raptors' development and on-court systems letting them succeed. Johnson sure didn't look great last year here. Bembry there is still the hope we can unlock something.
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      • #18
        I bet Bembry was a Tolzman pick. He was picked 21st in the 2016 draft (Poeltl/Pascal/Fred draft). Pascal was picked 27th that season. He was scouted.

        Just like Malachi Richardson was, who we traded Bruno for. Richardson was picked 22nd in that same draft. A spot after Bembry.

        Some teams just love prospects, and want to see them in Raptor gear.

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        • #19
          golden wrote: View Post
          Are you sure? I know nothing about Bembry, but the stats say his career ORTG is 95 on low USG (16%). Stanley Johnson is: ORTG (93) and USG (17.6%). They are pretty much twins.
          My take is Bembry plays within his role a bit while Stanley Johnson comes in and is almost immediately hilariously bad. It's one thing to be a limited offensive player, it's another to dribble the ball off your foot or airball a pull up off a crossover in garbage time. But maybe Bembry does that too.
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          • #20
            S.R. wrote: View Post

            My take is Bembry plays within his role a bit while Stanley Johnson comes in and is almost immediately hilariously bad. It's one thing to be a limited offensive player, it's another to dribble the ball off your foot or airball a pull up off a crossover in garbage time. But maybe Bembry does that too.
            Eh i think Bembry is more like a better McCaw than Johnson. Like you say limited in role but can actually playmake a bit with the ball in his hands and uses length and activity defensively to make plays. Masai and co did a good job taking fliers on guys with at least one actual skill, which should help if they get on the court. You can mask a lot of Bembry or Lens deficiencies and highlight their skills with proper lineups, theres no masking Johnson out there.

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            • #21
              Don't know much about Bembry, but he seems like he can handle the ball in some situations like on a fast break. Could be interesting.

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              • #22
                Highlights from St. Joe's

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                • #23
                  SkywalkerAC wrote: View Post
                  Highlights from St. Joe's

                  Encouraging. Not great competition, but he can hit contested threes and deal with contact.

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