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Doug, On the Raptors inbound play where they were up by 1 and wherein everybody knows that the Bulls will be fouling, why is it that Parker (whose notorious in missing crucial free throws) receive the ball, got fouled, missed a foul throw resulting to the game going in on overtime. Is is hard to know for Triano and the coaching staff that we had a 98% foul throw shooter in our team or are they that incompetent? Blogger's note: No, they absolutely forgot about Jose, luckily, the Bulls remembered and, um, guarded him. And when the Raptors saw how the Bulls guarded him, they re-designed the play and the next -- presto!! -- the ball went to a wide open Calderon. Yeah, that's incompetence right there
Doug, can I ask you a favor? Can you ask Matt to stop using that Killer B monicker? Its ridiculous. They're not killing anybody. Last thing I know, they're the ones getting killed their in the court. They don't even play hard as much as being referred to as killers. Snoop Dog (Bosh's twin) is much more nastier than Bosh.
Top 5 SF...top 5 center...What the heck? Are you running out of ideas Doug. It's quite obvious you don't have any story to write about the Raptors because of the constant losing. The last time I check this is a Raptors blog so stick on talking about the Raptors and not any stupid topic you want to make just to let the readers participate. Blogger's note: No
Toggle Commented Mar 5, 2009 on Raps' proud new Pops at Doug Smith's Sports Blog
Doug, why didn't you comment on this one? Jermaine O'Neal and especially Jamario Moon is playing very well in Miami. Many are saying (correct me if I'm wrong) even you that Jamario's talent won't be starting on a good team except in Toronto. What can you say about that now that he's starting on a rather good team. Doug, does this also signify how poor the Raptors coaching staff in utilizing the strengths of players just like what happened or is still happening with Kapono, Bargnani, Graham and Ukic. Blogger's note: Your revisionist history is showing. Strictly by numbers, in seven games in Miami, O'Neal's averaging 13.3 points, 6.3 rebounds; he averged 13.5 points and 7 rebounds in Toronto; Moon, in Miami, is averaging 9 points and 4.7 rebounds, in Toronto it was 7.3 and 4.6 The Heat, in those seven games, are 3-4 They are playing no better, no worse there, than they did here.
Jermaine O'Neal and especially Jamario Moon is playing very well in Miami. Many are saying (correct me if I'm wrong) even you that Jamario's talent won't be starting on a good team except in Toronto. What can you say about that now that he's starting on a rather good team. Doug, does this also signify how poor the Raptors coaching staff in utilizing the strengths of players just like what happened or is still happening with Kapono, Bargnani, Graham and Ukic.
Toggle Commented Mar 2, 2009 on Two down, one to go at Doug Smith's Sports Blog
"I just heard a rumour that "sources say" Koby Bryant is coming to the Raptors" To BB, one of the the most famous names in sports and you can't even spell Bryant's first name. Do you live in a cave or a jungle? This is hilarious.
if Ukic can dunk, how bout Jose? Blogger's note: Yep
Toggle Commented Feb 18, 2009 on Is it deadline day yet? at Doug Smith's Sports Blog