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  • #16
    JawsGT wrote: View Post
    FVV is interesting in terms of how much better can he get? It seems that any improvement from Fred would be limited to mental attributes I guess. There doesn't seem to be a lot of room to improve skills like dribbling, shooting passing etc. He's already very good at those things. And mentally, he already plays like a vet, but maybe he can still improve court awareness and BBIQ with experience. Poeltl, Siakim and OG have alot more room to grow than FVV.
    VV is like Russell Wilson of the Seahawks. He's not the biggest guy on the floor, he's not flashy, but he's ALWAYS in control. His BBIQ is off the charts, he's clutch, and is just a natural leader.

    I said this last night, in close games(like last night) i'd like to see the ball in either DeRozan or VV's hands. DeRozan because he's their best player and VV because you know he's going to make the RIGHT plays.
    Mamba Mentality

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    • #17
      VV has also turned into the Raptors 3rd most important player this year.
      Mamba Mentality

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      • #18
        TRex wrote: View Post
        Pretty straighforward
        Straightforward question. Complicated and difficult to answer.....

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        • #19
          TRex wrote: View Post
          VV has also turned into the Raptors 3rd most important player this year.
          Yes and isn't this amazing?! If anyone had predicted this last October they would have been laughed off the forum. And for the top two you mean Demar and JV right? Just kidding....sort of.

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          • #20
            Ask this question after three different games and you'd get 3 different answers lol

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            • #21
              I think Wright might be the most polished out of all of them, really if he improves his 3pt shooting he’ll be deadly. Great vision and handles, great defender with his length, and can also come back and rebound. I hope he can figure the shooting out, he could be our future at the position. Love VV but he’s a bit limited with his size, he’s a great back up.

              Overall everyone is pretty Solid with Siakam and OG being the most raw, but huge ceiling with their athletic ability and bodies.
              Last edited by saints91; Sun Mar 4th, 2018, 01:05 PM.

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              • #22
                saints91 wrote: View Post
                I think weight might be the most polished out of all of them, really if he improves his 3pt shooting he’ll be deadly. Get vision and handles, great defender with his length, and can also come back and rebound. I hope he can figure the shooting out, he could be our firture at the position. Love VV but he’s a bit limited with his size, he’s a great back up.

                Overall everyone is pretty Solid with Siakam and OG being the most raw, but huge ceiling with their athletic ability and bodies.
                Delon appears not to know what to do next far to often for my taste. He may grow out of it in time. At this point, with four years of college, summer league and 905 time, VV just has a ton more playing experience. Never seems at a loss for what to do, never just dribbles out the clock hoping something turns up. I may be a little harsh on Delon here, but I think the difference between the two is stark.

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                  • #24
                    Not entirely on point but one thing I always enjoy is when an opposing guard drives and sees the awkward-looking white guy, thinks to himself, "I'm gonna get a layup," then gets blocked by Poeltl and falls on his ass.

                    Then, later on, when an opposing guard drives and sees the awkward-looking white guy, thinks to himself, "Last time I wasn't ready but this time I'm gonna put him on a poster," goes up for a strong dunk, then gets blocked by Poeltl and falls on his ass

                    That's good entertainment.

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                    • #25
                      slaw wrote: View Post
                      Not entirely on point but one thing I always enjoy is when an opposing guard drives and sees the awkward-looking white guy, thinks to himself, "I'm gonna get a layup," then gets blocked by Poeltl and falls on his ass.

                      Then, later on, when an opposing guard drives and sees the awkward-looking white guy, thinks to himself, "Last time I wasn't ready but this time I'm gonna put him on a poster," goes up for a strong dunk, then gets blocked by Poeltl and falls on his ass

                      That's good entertainment.
                      Awkward looking white guys finally have our Michael Jordan
                      It's Klaw Season. Time to hunt.

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