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  • Scraptor
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    Mack North wrote: View Post
    I have him getting 20 and 10 vs Nugs.
    In the first quarter

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  • Puffer
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    Like I said, the opportunity. It can't hurt him. And it's the only way he can measure himself and determine how high the bar is.

    I am 100% sure that was a huge spur for Pascal's development. During the time he was forced to start for the Raptors he got pummeled regularly, but also had some small tastes of success. It made him hungry as f##k. And he knew how much better he had to get. That's the stuff that keeps you working in the summer time.

    And I am greedy to see this kid work hard enough to be a big help to Basketball Canada. 2020 Olympics. :-)

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  • Mack North
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    I have him getting 20 and 10 vs Nugs.

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  • KeonClark
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    MixxAOR wrote: View Post
    He's not ready to be honest. He's great kid though. He doesn't consider G-league to be a punishment and he cares about winning.
    He gets bullied in the post though.



    He's humble
    High school dropout working as a fry cook at 20 years old decided to try out for some club team at the insistence of his friends. 2 years later hes playing major minutes for Oregon state. Cool story. Hes 25 but he might as well be 21

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  • MixxAOR
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    He's not ready to be honest. He's great kid though. He doesn't consider G-league to be a punishment and he cares about winning.
    He gets bullied in the post though.



    He's humble

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  • Puffer
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    Everything Chris Boucher

    With JV out for at least four weeks, the schedule getting a little easier, and after tearing it up in the G League, Chris has an opportunity to get "better than garbage time" minutes with the big club.

    As they say, you can't teach length. And he has a nose for the ball. I wouldn't have thought Pascal would fare as well as he has, given his light frame. Boucher is lighter then Pascal, but he is fast up and down the floor, has a good sense of timing when it comes to rebounds and blocks, and has an NBA three point shot.

    If he doesn't get snapped in half, he is going to just soak the experience up like a sponge. This could be the start of "The Spice Brothers."
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