I actually feel bad for Landry, he's seen better times in a Knicks uniform and I hope he'll snap back and adjust his game. That $19 mil contract must be a huge pressure!
I do however enjoy the Raptors spending all those money and gettin squat in return, it's a nice feeling
Another good move by GG, letting Landry go.
Probably a better move than not resigning Lin imo.
It's early but with what he had to work with in putting this team together Grunwald deserves Exec of the year.
Melo got blamed for his poor performance after the trade so a bit of redemption for Carmelo
"I'd Rather Melo shoot with 3 men on him than Jefferies shotting wide open"
-Jeff Van Gundy
(After 4 games played)
Looks like we dodged a bullet.
Me and my friend were saying TO was bugging with that contract to Fields and that he would get exposed up there.
I wonder if Kiya still believes this guy is the second coming of George Gervin
i posted this in Trade Tracker thread, needs to be reinstated here:
Haha! Laundry folding in Toronto! F*CK YOU, CRAPTORS!!![Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
[Only registered and activated users can see links. ], F, Raptors (@OKC, DAL, PHI): Fields has been a fixture in Toronto's starting lineup over the first week of the season, but you wouldn't know it by looking at his numbers. The 24-year-old has scored a combined seven points over his first three games (2.3 ppg) to go along with 3.3 rebounds and just 1.6 assists. He is also shooting a putrid 21 percent from the field and missed on his only 3-point attempt thus far. While we would expect Fields to get himself on track a bit once he gets comfortable with his new teammates, it doesn't appear he is going to see much more than 20 minutes per game with the Raptors' deep bench. Fields' all-around production has made him a viable low-end option in most Rotisserie leagues over his first two years in the league, but he is simply not performing up to par right now....
Just don't forget: Toronto getting Fields cost us Nash.