My latest for Raptors Republic:
I’ll have a written feature on Richardson by mid-week. For now here’s my latest on-site report about the Raptors 905 newest pickup. Richardson went 2-for-9, but was a +5, the latter stat much more important to Coach Jerry Stackhouse.
Malachi Richardson played only seven minutes in a win over the Canton Charge.
My latest piece for Raptors Republic.
My post game report after Malcolm Miller scored 17 points in a win over Kendrick Perkins and the Canton Charge.
Video-only report on Lorenzo Brown’s 10 point, 9 assist performance vs the Wisconsin Herd. Filmed January 27.
I drummed up the nerve to approach Masai Ujiri on Saturday at the G-League showcase. I asked the Raptors president how close he thinks Lorenzo Brown is to nailing down a regular roster spot in the NBA. Here’s me relaying our conversation:
On Thursday, Lorenzo Brown arrived at the Hershey Centre in the early morning to get set for a noon tip against Santa Cruz. In front of a veritable throng of scouts at the G-League Showcase, Brown put on a show (case) – 24 points, 12 assists, all in that calm, cerebral fashion we’ve grown accustomed to from the two-time G-League All Star.
To the video tape!
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A link to my written piece on Kennedy Meeks. Thanks to Raptors Republic for having me.
After a lovely siesta in Barcelona, we’re back to dive into some more game tape. Coming into Saturday’s contest against the Mad Ants of Fort Wayne, Kennedy Meeks was putting up very respectable averages of 11.6 points on 45.9 FG%, to go with 8.5 boards – 3.6 on the offensive glass, which is where we begin our analysis.
The conventional wisdom states that defence and offensive rebounding are all, or at least mostly, about effort. While “trying” is certainly a part of it, there’s skill to creating extra possessions off missed shots, and Meeks has it.
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