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Ok well I thought this had to be asked considering im a Raptor fan and was wondering this.

We currently have 3 bench warmers that hardly ever come out of the bench.

Micheal (Yogi) Stewart
Mamadou N'dyaie
Micheal Bradley
(I think Montross is the biggest scrub but he get's playing time for a unknown reason so he doesen't count)

Yogi played 1 game for us that I can remember last year when he was sent out to play Tim Duncan (out of all the people Wilkens chose Duncan) And if any of you remember that game he was awesome. He blocked 2 of Duncan's shots made 2 baskets but then got hurt and was out for the rest of the season.

N'dyaie is sorta unkown everyone says he has so much potential but we have never seen it come to play yet. Im looking forward to see what this guy brings to this team next year.

Bradley im not to sure about. He will come in some games and show his great passing ability but his D is terrible. I remember Atlanta kept going to Kukoc when Mike was guarding him and it was a dissaster.

So who do you guys think has the best chance to do somethin next year.
 

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I think Bradley is our best. He didn't get much playing time because of Lenny's rotation, but once he gets time he will be a very good player off the bench...possibly a starter someday. i think he has a load of potential...he is still young.
 

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Definately Mama. While Bradley looks lost and Montross under produces, N'Dyaie comes up big when given the opportunity. Two cases:

1. The Raptors were kicking the Cavs' butts, but we only had 99 points with less than a minute to play. N'Dyaie dunks it home, and I have free pizza!

2. The Raptors had some key players out due to injury (Vince not included), but N'Dyaie comes in with 15 quality minutes and contributes 8 points and 7 rebounds, including 6-6 from the charity stripe.
 

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I think TO released their best scrub

My answer would be Carlos Arroya. I think he could end up like Avery Johnson some day.

Hey Junkie, do you also go under the name Junkie101 at Delphi? If so, I'm here because of you. Please drop by my forum sometime. I really enjoy your posts about Canadian high schoolers. We'd love to have your company.
 

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Re: I think TO released their best scrub

Originally posted by NBAddict
My answer would be Carlos Arroya. I think he could end up like Avery Johnson some day.

Hey Junkie, do you also go under the name Junkie101 at Delphi? If so, I'm here because of you. Please drop by my forum sometime. I really enjoy your posts about Canadian high schoolers. We'd love to have your company.
carlos arroyo isnt a raptor.....he was waived by the raptors way earlier in the season....he went overseas to play for a bit, then he got signed by the denver nuggets......so he isnt a raptor

so u cant say hes out best scrub
 

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Hi Sime

If you take a look at the top of your post you'll see the answer to your question. I'll put it in quotes:

"Re: I think TO released their best scrub"

My original posts subject line was "I think TO released their best scrub."
 
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