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The Forgotten Raptor: Tomislav Zubcic

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  • Chr1s1anL
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    RandomGuy wrote: View Post
    NOTE, this was against worst team in the league, with 0 wins and basically no true centers.
    Think it would be note worthy if he didn't have a dominating game.

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  • RandomGuy
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    NOTE, this was against worst team in the league, with 0 wins and basically no true centers.

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  • swingman
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    Looks like Tomislav had himself a game
    31pts 9reb(5off) 0ast 0to 1stl 0blks in 22 minutes and 3 seconds of game time
    11-15 2ptfg, 1-1 3ptfg, 6-6ft

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  • Chr1s1anL
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    Matt52 wrote: View Post
    I had looked at his stats but didn't realize 3 was so low.
    Yeah his real confident in his shot seeing his taking 3 a game barely making one.

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  • mcHAPPY
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    Chr1s1anL wrote: View Post
    I agree with one point. That his dominating the D League. He really shouldn't be there.
    In 5 games 36 mins a night.

    22.6 Pts 10.4 Rebs 3.2 Ast 3.2 TO 0.6 Stl 0.6 Blk .64 FT 52.2 FG 16.7 3FG
    I had looked at his stats but didn't realize 3 was so low.

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  • Chr1s1anL
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    I agree with one point. That his dominating the D League. He really shouldn't be there.
    In 5 games 36 mins a night.

    22.6 Pts 10.4 Rebs 3.2 Ast 3.2 TO 0.6 Stl 0.6 Blk .64 FT 52.2 FG 16.7 3FG

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  • mcHAPPY
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    Chr1s1anL wrote: View Post
    Really? He didn't make the last two national teams. His draft stock drop considerably his draft year and now he gets send to the D-league on a team that's searching for production at his position.
    Yes.

    The 2 years ago NT I am not sure. But I do know from watching JV this last summer, Lithuanian National Senior team is not easy on the young players. This past year was his choice. He probably would not have played but he wanted to further his NBA career. Personally, I love that. I understand the commitment to your country's program but I am a selfish Raptor fan. I'd love to see guys commit over the summer like that.

    GUys draft stock drop all the time. Kawhi Leonard also dropped in 2011. GM's make mistakes with the best of them. I believe there was a similar issue with DM as JV with he would not come over right away.

    He tore up Summer League. He showed promise in preseason. He has tore up D-League. Basically he has shown the adjustment to the NBA game is not a concern. Now adjusting to the talent may be.

    His problem in Houston is they need a backup C and he is a PF despite being 7ft. Sounds like a familiar refrain for Toronto but he appears to have a bit of an edge and actually rebounds so that is unfamiliar territory for Toronto.

    If the Raps are looking for a stretch 4, I'd love him.

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  • RandomGuy
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    I wrote you before:
    "He refused to play with his national team in order to play at summer league with Rockets, well they turned their backs to him for such dedication. "
    Concerning summer of 2011, he was cut because coach relied on veterans, experienced players and this position is almost always stacked in our NT, most important basketball event was organized in Lithuania, hoops crazy country, so it was a big deal, coach made that decision, in addition he made huge improvement after being cut during that summer.

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  • Chr1s1anL
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    http://youtu.be/-qiz552OalE
    Found this interesting interview randomguy would you be able to enlighten us.

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  • Chr1s1anL
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    Matt52 wrote: View Post
    I'd be all over giving Motiejunas a shot.
    Really? He didn't make the last two national teams. His draft stock drop considerably his draft year and now he gets send to the D-league on a team that's searching for production at his position.

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  • mcHAPPY
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    RandomGuy wrote: View Post
    He could be included into Bargnani trade, Houston desperately needs legit PF. But what else Raptors could demand from that roster or picks they have, I got no idea.
    Like oil and water, Morey and Bargnani just don't go together.

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  • RandomGuy
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    He could be included into Bargnani trade, Houston desperately needs legit PF. But what else Raptors could demand from that roster or picks they have, I got no idea.

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  • mcHAPPY
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    I'd be all over giving Motiejunas a shot.

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  • RandomGuy
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    Chr1s1anL wrote: View Post
    I personally think he will come over next year. Seeing that we will probably not have a draft pick. I starting to think Motiejunas is that good. First he didn't make his national team and now he can't even get playing time with a young roockets team.
    I was wrong with my answer that current PF's of Rockets are playing good, this is even worse then:
    http://bbs.clutchfans.net/showthread.php?t=232686
    Insights from Rockets fans, will sum up everything for you.

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  • swingman
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    After having watched a few games of his (mainly out of boredom before going to work, I admit) the thing I've noticed is how well he handles the ball for a guy his height, especially on the move. If he learned a good ball fake, and had a bit more confidence in himself, he could really score well in the NBA. Needs to get bigger, though.

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