With Bryan Colangelo finally finished for the summer (unless the meaningless Marcus Banks deal eventually gets done), we can finally look towards the season. Still, even with a full roster in place, the kind of team we’ll see in Toronto is anybody’s guess. With that in mind, I asked my friend and fellow-fan Paul a whack of questions about the 2009-2010 season. Feel free to disagree with different answers:
Q: Who is the most important player for the success of the 2009-2010 Raptors?
A: Jose Calderon
Q: Which Raptors’ deal is the best value?
A: Rasho Nesterovic
Q: Which player will be a pleasant surprise in 2009-2010?
A: Antoine Wright
Q: Which player will be the biggest disappointment in 2009-2010?
A: Can I say Patrick O’Bryant? No? *pause* Amir Johnson.
Q: Who will be the top 3 scorers in 2009-2010 (in order)?
A: 1. Chris Bosh 2. Andrea Bargnani 3. Hedo Turkoglu
Q: How many minutes and points per game will Demar DeRozan average?
A: 23 mins, 9.5 points
Q: Who will start and backup the 2-guard spot on opening night? At the end of the season?
A: Opening night: Wright starting, DeRozan backing up… End of season: DeRozan starting, Wright backing up
Q: What will the big man rotation look like off the bench on opening night? At the end of the season?
A: Opening night: Rasho first, followed by Reggie Evans, followed by Johnson… End of season: Same
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