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  • MixxAOR
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    He really needs to be consistent in this series. We need everybody on high level.

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  • Mitchell Duong
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    Draymond is going to make adjustments to Pascal. I'm curious to see what he'll do. I know he'll keep his hips back to take away the spin move, but that length will be challenge if Pascal can get close to the rim.

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  • sanyo
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    G__Deane wrote: View Post

    The biggest issue we have is consistancy.
    Kawhi will get you 25-35 like clockwork but Pascal is either 10 or 30, Kyle 4 or 20, same for Gasol and it's usually closer to 4 ....
    Fred seems on again, but Norm didn't play much (at all?) last night and Danny may or may not be back.

    Great game last night but it's still mainly Kawhi and who knows who's next on any given night....this team needs a reliable 2nd option who gives you an automatic 20 most nights. Maybe next year that's Spicy P.
    inconsistency comes from everyone in the playoffs tho except for true elite guys like Curry or Harden. Otherwise if you remember everyone in MIL was up and down (largely down), same with Philly, same with Orlando, same with most teams.

    Bottom line is you need a few guys to show up every game, you can expect a few guys every game to be useless.

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  • G__Deane
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    Zak24gege wrote: View Post
    Last nights game reminded me go Game 1 against the Sixers where Pascal went 12 - 15 and 3 - 4 from 3. The Raptors on the strength Pascal (29 its) and Kawhi (45 pts) beat the Sixers 108 - 95 to take a 1 - 0 series lead. Next game Pascal shot 9 - 25 and despite 35 from Kawhi and Kyle with 20 the Raptors lost game 2. Unfortunately no other Raptor scored more than a single bucket. I'm fairly certain we can avoid a similar outcome given how the team is currently playing. Pascal will not go 14 - 17, but Kyle will shoot better than 2 - 9 and Kawhi should improve upon 5 - 14.
    The biggest issue we have is consistancy.
    Kawhi will get you 25-35 like clockwork but Pascal is either 10 or 30, Kyle 4 or 20, same for Gasol and it's usually closer to 4 ....
    Fred seems on again, but Norm didn't play much (at all?) last night and Danny may or may not be back.

    Great game last night but it's still mainly Kawhi and who knows who's next on any given night....this team needs a reliable 2nd option who gives you an automatic 20 most nights. Maybe next year that's Spicy P.

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  • sanyo
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    Pascal projected to be FInals MVP if he continues to play like he did (which is highly unlikely).

    If he continues to get at Draymond I can see Draymond try something dirty to take out Pascal... so he needs to be careful.

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  • sanyo
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    DanH wrote: View Post

    $29M first year salary. $2.3M raise every year. So 5 years would be $168M.
    He can finally eat with all that money.

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  • DanH
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    Apollo wrote: View Post

    So what's that price tag project at right now?
    $29M first year salary. $2.3M raise every year. So 5 years would be $168M.

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  • 007
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    Apollo wrote: View Post
    So what is Siakim's next contract going to look like?

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  • Zak24gege
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    Last nights game reminded me go Game 1 against the Sixers where Pascal went 12 - 15 and 3 - 4 from 3. The Raptors on the strength Pascal (29 its) and Kawhi (45 pts) beat the Sixers 108 - 95 to take a 1 - 0 series lead. Next game Pascal shot 9 - 25 and despite 35 from Kawhi and Kyle with 20 the Raptors lost game 2. Unfortunately no other Raptor scored more than a single bucket. I'm fairly certain we can avoid a similar outcome given how the team is currently playing. Pascal will not go 14 - 17, but Kyle will shoot better than 2 - 9 and Kawhi should improve upon 5 - 14.

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  • Apollo
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    DanH wrote: View Post

    Max contract, 5 years, hopefully signed as a RFA and not via extension.
    So what's that price tag project at right now?

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  • Zak24gege
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    What makes our team tough to beat is on a night when our two All-Stars did not shoot well, we have player like Pascal and Marc stepping up to score. That offensive depth and tough defence can win no matter who plays for GSW.

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  • Rudy Bargnani
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    DanH wrote: View Post

    What we can do summer 2020. With his small cap hold on the books, we can retain some of our talent AND go hunting for a max player to add to him and Kawhi. If he signs an extension, that option goes away, because his full salary would be on the books already.
    Will be interesting to see if he wants the extension/certainty this summer. Porzingis wanted the extension while the Knicks wanted him to wait and it caused some friction.

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  • DanH
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    suspenders wrote: View Post

    What would be the difference?
    What we can do summer 2020. With his small cap hold on the books, we can retain some of our talent AND go hunting for a max player to add to him and Kawhi. If he signs an extension, that option goes away, because his full salary would be on the books already.

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  • suspenders
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    DanH wrote: View Post

    Max contract, 5 years, hopefully signed as a RFA and not via extension.
    What would be the difference?

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  • DanH
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    Apollo wrote: View Post
    So what is Siakim's next contract going to look like?
    Max contract, 5 years, hopefully signed as a RFA and not via extension.

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