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man demars handles and footwork are really starting to bud, hes gotta keep up the hard work, could be better scorer than gay in a few years
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Thank god you have the Lowry inbound pass to Amir, the guys in the truck really screwed up that one for the Raptors feed.
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dballislife wrote:man demars handles and footwork are really starting to bud, hes gotta keep up the hard work, could be better scorer than gay in a few years
anything is possible.
Having said that, I think Rudy will also continue to get better as a player.
Just look at (not comparing the two) but Lebron in terms of winning the MVP earlier in his career yet still improving with age going now into his 30s and playing the best basketball of his career.
All I am saying his Rudy hasn't necessarily hit his peak either. Don't even talk to me about how many shots it takes for Rudy to get his game off. I simply mean that good or (at the very least) above average players don't peak at age 26.
All the power to DeMar though as he continues to put the work in and stay hungry even after getting paid (which I'm sure many of us fully expected).
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Thanks for the highlights. DeRozan's passing out of the post when he has his back turned was pretty bad at the beginning of the year but he's improved in that aspect a lot. Looking forward to the next thing he improves on.
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OP, you sir are a gentleman and scholar. I beg of you please, please to allow for more commentary after each play in the highlights...because I am so desperately in need of hearing commentary voices other than our horrendous broadcast crew.