Even more Godly.
Jose ****ing Calderon. Get ready to start winning some damn games.
great pickup guys. seems everyone made out well in that deal but us
one of the all-time great human beings and hugely underappreciated in TO. hope he does well for you.
lets start middleton at the 3, KD 2.0
but srsly singler i guess will start, jerebko looks like he forgot how to play ball, middleton looked decent in the small mins hes played, give em a shot, and he'll have jose with em he makes the game easier for everyone.
i watch a lot of raptors games, and if it was someone else doing wut jose was doing wen lowry was injured ppl would have gone crazy about him, he'll be so awesome for us as long as he starts.
Im happy to see it more active in here, but I can tell some of you dont watch the Pistons who suddenly are in the forums yapping. Josh Smith... Pau Gasol? And Knight will be playing SG not Rodney... silliness.
I can't think of any classy or interesting signature at this time, but I've finally posted enough to be allowed to have one so I am exercising that right anyhow.
Just a thought but by trading Daye, Joe D made #5 available. Probably means nothing lol but possibly opening it up for Josh Smith? But who really knows? Just tryin to think like him.
"The 6-foot-3 point guard of the purest breed, who assists baskets without turning the ball over better than anybody not named Chris Paul, has always been intriguing, even if the verdict was to pass on him in the past. Entering the final year of his five-year, $45 million deal, though, he became a name frequently tossed around here as someone Joe Dumars should go after for both his point guardy play and his expiring contract.
On Wednesday, it happened, it really happened!
And now that Calderón is a Piston midway through the season and will be joining the Pistons on Friday for their game with Cleveland, just who is this guy anyway?
Surely, you've seen Calderón's basketball reference page, which shows what we already know -- he's a true point guard (40% career assist rate and has led the league in assists per turnover in three of the last five seasons) with with a razor-sharp shot (57% career TS%, 39% three-point shooter). Although he doesn't get to the line a whole lot (1.6 FTA per game), he broke an NBA record with a 98.1 FT% in 2008-09, missing only three of his 154 attempts".
He is impressive and seems to be aging nicely.I guess we will know after the season if maybe we throw a deal at him but his injuries would concern me if we were to sign him.
Last edited by RipCity32; 01-31-2013 at 07:00 PM.