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I'm not sure the Raptors will trade Fred. Their PG, Kyle Lowry is hurt and on top of that, will turn 34 at the end of this season. If they don't think Fred will be their PG of the future, I guess trade away.
Fred hits 16 in a row from the corner in warm ups.
Yet they said when Fred was at WSU he couldn't shoot. And he still going to the cup and finishing against bigger players. The man knows how to put his body between the player guarding him at the rim. He finishes. Some of our current players could benefit by just watching how he does it.
I don't think I was that guy Doc, but I had my reservations whether Fred would stick on a roster. Don't count on me for financial, relationship, fashion or whether a rafter-worthy Fred will make it in the league advice. You want to know what sipping whiskey is the finest, or if Rick and Marty are gonna overcome the curse of Oak Island, I am your guy.
So are the boys going to find anything and if so will I still be young enough to care.
Ran into some Philly fans at the airport last year. A couple wearing philly jerseys. I asked what they thought of the trade on Landry. They were not happy. I taliked basketball with them for almost 30 minutes. A really informed couple. They had good things to say about Marshall and WSU.
I had posted this last night shortly after the game but apparently did not hit the Post Reply button.
Fred and the Raptors got off to a slow start tongight in Orlando. I think Fred only made 1 of his first 6 shots. The Raptors trailed 40-47 at the end of the 1st half. Fred and the Raptors got it going in the 2nd half outscoring the Magic 50-36 to take a 90-83 win to improve to 14-4 on the season.
Fred finished with 22 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists and a whopping 7 steals finishing with a +9.