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  • BobLoblaw
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    Yep, if Cory doesn't break out, it will be disappointing. He should get most of Greivis and Lou Williams minutes, possibly even mid 30s in minutes per game. Plus he had to share the ball with Ginobili on the Spurs bench, here he gets to be the man, of sorts.

    I think he could win Most Improved player award next year. If he's not in the running, it will be a bit of a letdown.

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  • golden
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    The player, who Casey choses to replace Lou's role with

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    According to Casey, Ross will take on Lou's role from last season (...whatever that means, since they are completely different players). Ross does have all the talent & potential break-out if he gets his head on straight, but that's iffy.

    The safe break-out bet is CoJo (18MPG last season) to take Vasquez's minutes (24+MPG) and ball-handling on the second unit as the second most experienced PG on the roster, solid perimeter defender and 3-pt threat. Casey also mentioned that they would play CoJo and Lowry together, so he's definitely going to get the most playing time of his career.

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  • Matt Damon
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    The player, who Casey choses to replace Lou's role with

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    2 posts, 2 victories. Quality not quantity.

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  • Matt Damon
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    POWELL (pls)

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  • Follower
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    The player, who Casey choses to replace Lou's role with

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  • canadafubuki
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    Norman Powell for me... If any guy can move from 2nd round pick to possibly contributing real minutes, that counts as a major breakout for me... Does anyone know the length of his contract?

    But certainly lots of possibilities here...

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  • JWash
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    Let's hope lightning strikes and everyone breaks out, damn we'd be stacked.

    Lowry ---> Billups
    DeMar ---> Kobe
    DeMarre ---> Kawhi
    2Pat ---> Paul Millsap
    JV ---> Pau meets Tyson Chandler

    Delon ---> Jason Kidd
    Powell ---> DWade
    Ross ---> Jason Richardson
    Scola ---> Kevin McHale
    Biyombo ---> Ben Wallace
    Bruno ---> Kevin Durant
    Bebe ---> DeAndre Jordan

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  • Pong
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    Biyomboooooooooooooo

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  • Uncle_Si
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    Reading through all of the comments I've come to a conclusion.

    Despite not necessarily being a "young" the majority of our players are all capable of having break out years.

    For a team that is expected to make the playoffs and possibly make it out of the first round, that's pretty good.

    Personally I think if JV can hit a midrange jumpshot and learn to pass out of the post its probably him that will see the greatest improvement.

    I think the defence is going to be changed to suit him more so he can stay down low on the block where he's more comfortable.

    CoJo is my next guy to make the big jump. I could see him having a 6th man of the year type year in Toronto. This kid is a pitbull on defence, is a good passer, good shooter and can get to the rim.

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  • Just Is
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    I don't know; JV would be the safe bet but that would require minutes.

    Outside of that, I think it would be one of these four if given the opportunity: Bebe, Patterson, Joseph, or Ross in that order.

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  • draps
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    It could honestly be anyone
    Demar is a 3ball and better shot selection away from being a lower tier star player
    Carroll could surprise and continue what he did in the playoffs
    Patterson could become that stretch 4
    Jv could become an allstar c
    Cojo is a 3 ball and Lowry injury away
    Ross is healthy could become a 6th man
    Jj could become a good starting 4
    Biyombo/Bebe could become a defensive anchor

    Most of them won't do much different but honestly have no idea which guy it could be. It's all about opportunity

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  • Cody73
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    Shocked.



    I think Carroll is gonna have the break-out year TBH.


    Yeah, most will argue that occured last year, but now he has to show he's earned that cash. Also, he'll have the ball more here than Atlanta, so I will not be surprised if he's putting up more points and rebounds this year, especially if were playing him at the 4 cuz Casey.

    I think JV's also a great candidate to improve, but it's all on the minutes.


    As for the 905, I hope Bruno shows up and is ready for the NBA next year.

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  • Scraptor
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    JV. I'm telling you as soon as the team starts giving him his due attention and minutes
    That's the rub. After the last two years and Casey's comments this summer, it's hard to see this condition being fulfilled. I'd say probably 80% of the fanbase believes Val will break out if featured.

    Based on Casey's comments it seems like Patman will have one of the better opportunities to stay out there and produce. I also think CoJo might see a fair amount of minutes in small ball lineups.

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  • NoPropsneeded
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    JV, PP, or CoJo would be my picks

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  • KHD
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    if it isn't JV, it's going to be a long and frustrating season to watch.

    Valanciunas just needs to get passes in the right places, and get the minutes he deserves and I think he'll have a great year. If that doesn't happen, it means we're still doing the same garbage we did last season.

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