Those are the 5 games he has started this year at pg. 38/70 (fg%.543), 12/21 (3pt%.571), 3.6 rpg, 7.6 apg, 21.8 ppg, 2.6 tov. He had fairly similar numbers over the last 8 games of last season. 59/122 (fg%.484), 14/34 (3pt%.412), 3.0 rpg, 5.7apg, 22.5 ppg, 2.7 tov. Sessions overall numbers this season are also substandard with fairly similar fg%, 3pt%, etc.mar11 vs mil 7-13
mar13 vs cle 6-13
march14 vs njn 6-11
march16 vs mem 9-17
march17 vs 10-16
Not saying Bayless should be the pg but what is the reason to go out and get a pg who is 2 years older, is similarily unproven, will likely cost more, and isn't any better in other areas. Sessions has a had a good run of games but so did Bayless, so did Lin, so do dozens of other players every year.
Saw an interesting article on the main forum on Tyreke.
Do you think if we land a top 5 pick, would SAC accept it for Reke?
no to Tyreke.
i remember tyreke after his rookie year was suppose to be a future top 5 player lol
http://blog.raptors.com/press-releas...der-of-season/The Toronto Raptors announced Monday they have signed guard-forward Alan Anderson and guard Ben Uzoh for the remainder of the 2011-12 season. Both players concluded consecutive 10-day contracts with the club yesterday. Anderson was signed to his original 10-day March 26 and Uzoh on March 27. Both signed their second 10-day contracts April 6.
Anderson, 6-foot-6, 220 pounds, has appeared in 12 games with Toronto, starting seven contests. He has averaged 8.4 points, 1.8 rebounds and 22.4 minutes. He has shot .515 (17-33) from three-point range. In his seven starts, he is averaging 11.3 points, 2.0 rebounds and 29.1 minutes, while connecting on 15-27 (.555) three-pointers. His start at Philadelphia on April 4 was his first starting assignment since April 17, 2006 as a member of the Charlotte Bobcats.
Anderson came to the Raptors from the NBA D-League’s Canton Charge, where he averaged 21.5 points and 4.6 rebounds in eight appearances.
Uzoh has appeared in 11 games with the Raptors, making three starts. He is averaging 4.1 points, 2.8 assists and 15.8 minutes. In his three starting assignments, he is averaging 9.0 points, shooting .542 (13-24) from the field, 5.7 assists and 31.0 minutes.
Uzoh, 6-foot-3, 205 pounds, joined the Raptors from the NBA D-League’s Rio Grande (Texas) Valley Vipers. He averaged 14.8 points, 5.8 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 30.8 minutes in 20 appearances.
The Raptors did not renew the 10-day contract of guard Justin Dentmon. Dentmon was signed April 6 and appeared in four games, averaging 5.5 points, 2.3 assists and 18.0 minutes.
everybody probably saw this coming.
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With Philly slipping - is it time for them to rethink their roster.
With Iggy set to make 14.7 and 15.9 million after this year.
Great player - but their not taking that next step with him as their franchise player.
Trading Barbosa's trade exception + Ed Davis or Amir Johnson + 2nd round pick for Iggy - would give philly financial flexibility to rebuild via FA + adding young players.
Toronto could then use Amnesty on Calderon - in order to go after FA Steve Nash.
With DeRo, Iggy, Bargnani, Jonas - that would be an attractive starting lineup for Nash.
+ Bayless + high draft pick + Kleiza + James Johnson
All I hear is try and make a trade to get Brandon Jennings and that is not a good idea.
Jose Caldeorn is a rare point guard to find in this day and age and with Valancunious coming over next season he does need a good solid passing pg like Calderon.
Jose Calderon does not play well defensively and we all know that, but he can score when needed to and can dish out 15 assists on some nights
Brandon Jennings is a better defender but he tries to much and does not pass the ball out as much.
Cool story bro.