they already have a 1st round pick trade them and get another pick
and select derozan and bargnani
cuz they are athletic and jennings can creat play and derozan can fullfil a sf or sg position
I thought that for the 2006 NBA Draft, the Raptors should have chosen Rudy Gay with the #1 pick. Gay and Bosh would have made a great tandem, but Jerry Colangelo was just being selfish and wanted to do this whole international thing with the Raptors, he wanted to make the NBA's only international team, have a lot of international players. Bargnani is a straight bust. Calderon is a keeper, the Raptors need him. Two players I think the Raptors can use in the draft, are Cole Aldrich and Chase Budinger. Aldrich is a good big man to pair up front with Bosh because Jermaine is injury prone and he's soft, and Chase Budinger because he's athletic and is a great shooter, so he fits well in the starting lineup for the Raptors.
they need to trade Parker for a back-up point guard (wouldn't mind a guy like earl Watson) or trade jermaine o'neal for a shooting guard
Give Bargnani some time.. he has potential to be the next dirk.. and hes showing signs of it. Last three games hes scored 19 on houston, 18 on orlando, and 21 on the bucks. Just wait it out for a bit, im telling you.. this guy is guying to be good.
To be drafted #1 overall, you should not be coming off the bench and only averaging 11 points in your third season. Stephen A. Smith said the Raptors have the softest frontline in the league, ala Chris Bosh, Jermaine O'Neal, and Andrea Bargnani and I agree. Bosh to me is overratted because he doesn't rebound at a high rate like a Dwight Howard or Tim Duncan does, he doesn't really block shots, and he plays absolutely no defense what so ever. Jermaine O'Neal has gotten soft. When he was in his prime, he banged into the paint like it was his job, now because all the injuries he went through, he's scared to bang a lot anymore.O'Neal barely gets to the free throw line 10 times a night anymore, softy. Andrea Bargnani to Stephen A. Smith and to me also, is the softest player in the league. The guy is 7'0 barely bangs it up in the paint, rarely drives to the hoop, only gets to the free throw line about two to three times a night, and only gets 4 rebounds a game and he's not a bust? The next Dirk, no way, the next Vladimir Radmanovic maybe.
teams are afraid of o'neal its been said that he's lost the lift in his legs and thats whats scaring all the team from trading for him. 06 was a weak draft there are like 5 bust players in the lottery and 1 all star that no one knew was gonna be an all star it was gonna be hard for BC to make a choice, gay was the consensus pick early in the year but he declined down the stretch Aldridge looked to be the choice but he was to much like bosh to be effective with him and Morrison lack of everything but shooting is what turned them away from him, bottom line is they though Andrea had the most potential to become great in a draft class that didn't have great talent
Last night, Bargs dropped 25.. i think hes here to stay..
The Raptors know exactly what their doing, their increasing Andrea Bargnani's playing time for him to put up better numbers, so his trade value can go up. It's rumored that the Oklahoma Thunder is making a move to acquire him and Anthony Parker, with the deal revolving around Earl Watson, Chris Wilcox, and perphaps Joe Smith. You can't rule out the Knicks either, who has an Italian head coach in Mike D'Antoni. Maybe a deal mainly centered around Eddy Curry, for Bargnani and a few other components would work.
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Siirler Hikayeler Fikralar Programlar Guzel Sozler Resimler freetemplates Taylor was arguably Oregon’s best player last season, but his 6-foot-4 frame makes him a undersized at the next level. Nonetheless, his scoring ability, length and athleticism give him a chance to make in in the league.