According to reports, the Memphis Grizzlies, Toronto Raptors, and Detroit Pistons were involved in a three-team trade that sent Rudy Gay and Hamed Haddadi to Toronto, Ed Davis, Tayshaun Prince, Austin Daye, and one of Toronto’s 2013 second-round draft picks to Memphis, as well as Jose Calderon to Detroit. Fans …
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Devin examines whether or not Rajon Rondo’s injury will hurt the Celtics, and what that means for the playoff race.
In this special powerplay edition of the Wages of Wins roundtable, we discuss the Brooklyn Nets’ turnaround, Rudy Gay trade rumours, underrated and underperforming players, and John Wall’s return to the Washington Wizards.
Devin examines the Raptors recent turnaround and their playoff hopes.
Devin compares Vince Carter and DeRozan to show that things are not so similar in Toronto.
Dre asks the ultimate arm chair GM question – if you could take over any NBA team, which would you and why?
Devin examines just why the 2011-2012 Raptors are playing so poorly and DeMar DeRozan is largely responsible.
via http://blog.raptors.com Recently I read Tom Liston’s article over on Raptors Republic. While he completes the article with two comments that I agree with — that Gary Forbes should see more playing time and that DeMar DeRozan takes too many long jumpers — at the very top of the article …
The following post uses the Wins Produced metric. During the long offseason Dave Berri took a little time to tweak it a little. You can find all of the numbers for last decade or so here, as well as a handy tutorial! It’s opening day as I write this, so …