: Raptors Discussion:
v14: Where the losses are losses and the wins are screwed away from us by the lottery
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06-03-2011, 05:37 PM
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Can he pass? That's the only question I have about him and that is the most important aspect for a point guard IMO.
If his future is as a shooting guard, I have no interest in him whatsoever.
In all honesty, I would much rather draft a centre this year and wait until next years draft to draft our point guard of the future.
The problem with that is the fact that next years draft is stacked with small forwards, which also happens to be a position of need for the Raptors.
I'm hoping they can aquire an additional lottery pick next year, as I would be thrilled if they were able to aquire Miller/Gilchrist(my personal favourite)/Nash and Kabongo.
Saying that, I definetly prefer Knight to Kemba. Although I have major doubts about Knight becoming a pure point guard, I feel that Knight has much more room to grow and with his defensive presence and ability to shoot the three, he's a much better fit for the Raptors when compared to Kemba.
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