DeMar DeRozan, Sonny Weems Ready To Become Toronto’s Latest Dynamic Duo?

July 23rd, 2010 by Brad LeClair Leave a reply »
Taken 39th overall by the Chicago Bulls, Sonny Weems was never really thought of as a main cog in an offensive system in the NBA. First Team All SEC in 2008 and an All SEC Tournament member in 2007, Weems accumulated a very respectable college resume.

Blessed with jaw-dropping athleticism, Weems was always a threat on the offensive end in college, but once he was drafted into the NBA, his talent got lost in the shuffle.

Weems was past over by the Bulls, Nuggets and Bucks as Weems' career started out very rocky in its first two years. On August 18th 2009, a trade between the Milwaukee Bucks and Toronto Raptors would change the career of Sonny Weems for the better; not to mention the career Amir Johnson.

The move saw Weems along with power forward Amir Johnson traded by the Bucks then to the Toronto Raptors for small forward Carlos Delfino and point guard Roko Ukic. 

Going into training camp last year, Weems was thought of as the 5th wing player amongst a talented group of forwards such as Hedo Turkoglu, DeMar DeRozan, Antoine Wright and Marco Belinelli. 

As the season progressed, Weems started to gain playing ...

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