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  • charlesnba23
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    1.DeRozan
    2.J.Johnson
    3.Gray
    4.Forbes
    5.Magloire
    Bonus: Valanciunas
    Extra Bonus: Weems


    Take a look at this guys!
    http://raptorsrepublic.com/forums/sh...ange-is-needed

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  • planetmars
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    Matt52 wrote: View Post
    From Doug Smith's blog this morning:




    Guys like Amir, ED, and JJ who seemed to be solid rotational guys (read: not starters) suddenly look underwhelming.

    No one should be safe or untouchable this off season with the exception of Jonas Valanciunas. Why the pedestal for JV? He happens to be the first true C in a long, long time that wasn't old (The Nightmare), a shadow of his former self (Jermaine O'Neal), or not a C (Antonio Davis).
    +1

    Every player on this year's roster should be expendable for the right price. We are a sh!t team and need talent in every spot besides center. With regards to Val, I just hope we don't end up trading him for a veteran two years later, like we did with Camby when we drafted him.

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  • mcHAPPY
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    From Doug Smith's blog this morning:

    Depth wins

    Sure, that 24-0 run was the biggie but it became apparent in the second quarter that the Thunder are simply, well, simply better and deeper.

    They went to their backups – Harden, Fisher, Collison – and the Raptors were entirely over-matched. It’s apparent that Ben Uzoh may not be the answer, the Johnsons were utterly ineffective all night and Ed Davis had almost as many turnovers (3) as he did rebounds (4) in his 20 minutes. That’s simply not getting it done and if there was ever a danger that Bryan and his henchmen may fall in love with their guys off a few good games, nights like last night show a glaring need for an upgrade of talent at all kinds of positions.

    http://thestar.blogs.com/raptors/201...ening-day.html

    Guys like Amir, ED, and JJ who seemed to be solid rotational guys (read: not starters) suddenly look underwhelming.

    No one should be safe or untouchable this off season with the exception of Jonas Valanciunas. Why the pedestal for JV? He happens to be the first true C in a long, long time that wasn't old (The Nightmare), a shadow of his former self (Jermaine O'Neal), or not a C (Antonio Davis).

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  • theycallmeZZ
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    Bargnani
    DeRozan
    Calderon
    James Johnson
    Amir Johnson

    Honorary mention: Kleiza because of Lithuanian connection to Val

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  • Demar_8756
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    1. DeMar DeRozan
    2. Ed Davis
    3. Amir
    4. James johnson
    5. Andrea Bargnani

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  • Puffer
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    I'm with Tmar

    . Bargs
    2. DD
    3. Jose
    4. JJ
    5. Amir

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  • Mal
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    1) Bargs
    2) Jose
    3) JJ
    4) Amir
    5) Demar

    Bayless hasn't shown shit. If he's here he'll be gone by the trade deadline... I hope.

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  • Tmar
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    1. Bargs
    2. DD
    3. Jose
    4. JJ
    5. Amir

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  • TheGloveinRapsUniform
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    b2kelly wrote: View Post
    Only one list with Bayless on it.. I love where your guys heads are at, gives me hope!
    He's probably my 6th.

    Just because he's going to be a FA.

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  • TheGloveinRapsUniform
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    Soft Euro wrote: View Post
    Those damn rules; and I even had Colangelo at #2;

    1 James Johnson
    2 Linas Kleiza
    3 Ed Davis
    4 DeMar DeRozan
    5 Aaron Gray
    I was actually thinking of putting JJ on the Top as well. He would be on the list "I" want to have back next season, but I dont think he's the Raps top priority. I think Bargnani and DD still are.

    But JJ is a stat stuffer. If he can just get at least 30mins a game and get his shooting down, I actually think he can be an all-star. He's like a young, more athletic Turk. It was awesome watching him go coast to coast and set Demar for the oop.

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  • Maleko
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    JJ
    Jose
    Amir
    Gray
    Bargnani

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  • draftedraptor
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    When we think about who stays next year we have to look at - what he brings to the team and his contract value.

    Taking both into account I would say the right order is something like this:
    1. DD
    2. JJ
    3. Ed
    4.Bargnani
    5. Bayless

    However they are all expendable.

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  • wallz
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    Barg, JJ, Eddy, DD, and Jose

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  • SuperRaptor
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    1) Bargnani
    2) Derozan
    3) James Johnson
    4) Bayless
    5) One of either Amir Johnson Or Ed Davis


    I think Calderon is trade bait.

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  • ReubenJRD
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    1 = Andrea Bargnani (Anthony Davis is most appreciated.)
    2 = Demar Derozan (Too much potential to give up on.)
    3 = James Johnson (Our most important player, Casey's go-to guy defensively, good potential)
    4 = Jose Calderon (With the elite names of PURE point guards in the game, one of the best at finding teammates)
    5 = Linas Kleiza (I would totally trade him if it wasn't for Valanciunas coming in.)

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