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  • LJ2
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    Saturday against Giannis will be a great test.

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  • chris
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    Nilanka wrote: View Post
    I don't think the league has ever seen this sort of year-by-year improvement. Nobody knows what to make of it. It's remarkable to watch.
    I think giannis is the closest comp in terms of ascension but pascal is more unexpected, and if the current numbers hold it might actually be unprecedented historically.

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  • Nilanka
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    I don't think the league has ever seen this sort of year-by-year improvement. Nobody knows what to make of it. It's remarkable to watch.

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  • KeonClark
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    inthepaint wrote: View Post
    Siakam had a complete game last night, probably top 8-10 level in the league (if we took that game as one he will replicate consistenly)

    --Great defence in all its minutiae (including individual rebounding and boxing out effectively)
    --Elite transition game
    --Ball handling
    --Awareness/ability to find open man (5 assists)
    --30/5/5 with only 2 turnovers
    --Midrange, post, off the dribble 3's, spot up 3's (50% 3pt% on 6 attempts), ISO, pnr, and baseline cuts

    There's not more than 8 guys in the league that can do that consistently. There's only one question: Can he do that (or at least close to it) consistenly, including playoffs? If so he can be a No 1 guy on a finals/championship team.
    I dont think he's reached his final form. The guy would have been a master wideout in the NFL if he started that at 15 or 16 too, he was born to punk fools

    we could be looking at a future top 5 player in this league ages 27 to 29.

    theres a transition era happening before our eyes. Lebron, curry and kd are all on the wrong side of 30 and in some cases really banged up. Kawhi and giannis and doncic will be special still but siakam is really positioning himself to become an elite player at his current trajectory

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  • chris
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    Puffer wrote: View Post
    Fith in the league in scoring and 27th in rebounding. Anyone that claims to have predicted this midway through last season better have documented proof, 'cause I'll accuse you of lying. Maury's right. His midrange game is blowing up. It has gotten to where I am surprised when he misses one of those or an above the break three.
    https://forums.raptorsrepublic.com/f...63#post1251863

    does that count? even then I was thinking more of a top 15 or 20 player, rather than top 5 or 10. he's not there yet obviously but is tracking closer to superstar than mere all star
    Last edited by chris; Fri Nov 1st, 2019, 12:43 AM.

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  • SkywalkerAC
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    I knew he'd be dangerous with the pull-up this season, but that was on another level!

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  • inthepaint
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    Siakam had a complete game last night, probably top 8-10 level in the league (if we took that game as one he will replicate consistenly)

    --Great defence in all its minutiae (including individual rebounding and boxing out effectively)
    --Elite transition game
    --Ball handling
    --Awareness/ability to find open man (5 assists)
    --30/5/5 with only 2 turnovers
    --Midrange, post, off the dribble 3's, spot up 3's (50% 3pt% on 6 attempts), ISO, pnr, and baseline cuts

    There's not more than 8 guys in the league that can do that consistently. There's only one question: Can he do that (or at least close to it) consistenly, including playoffs? If so he can be a No 1 guy on a finals/championship team.

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  • KeonClark
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    G__Deane wrote: View Post

    Where's the dislike button?
    Too soon?

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  • G__Deane
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    KeonClark wrote: View Post

    His lateral quickness is suspect, I remember he got crossed up really bad


    Where's the dislike button?

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  • KeonClark
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    Maury wrote: View Post

    You don't want to see Jesus in the post.
    His lateral quickness is suspect, I remember he got crossed up really bad


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  • Maury
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    KeonClark wrote: View Post

    Pfft. Jesus cant defend the spin move
    You don't want to see Jesus in the post.

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  • KeonClark
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    007 wrote: View Post

    I don’t want to go overboard but I think he has the potential to be a poor man’s Jesus
    Pfft. Jesus cant defend the spin move

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  • Joey
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    007 wrote: View Post

    I don’t want to go overboard but I think he has the potential to be a poor man’s Jesus
    Image result for jesus gif

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  • Joey
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    DanH wrote: View Post

    30% is only if he wins MVP. 29% for top all-NBA team, 28% for 2nd team. Masai built in some safeguards.
    "If"? You mean "when".

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  • DanH
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    planetmars wrote: View Post
    The way he's been playing so far could get him into that 2nd or 1st all-nba team, which would mean a 30% max not a 25%. Hope he slows his roll just a tad (only half kidding).
    30% is only if he wins MVP. 29% for top all-NBA team, 28% for 2nd team. Masai built in some safeguards.

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