Toronto Raptors Player Updates After 20 Games

December 4th, 2009 by Stephen Brotherston Leave a reply »
At the 20 game mark, our favorite NBA players and teams should have started to “gel”. The Raptors five game losing streak not withstanding.

Individual statistics might still be skewed by some unusual early season results, but things should be starting to average out.  And some trends might have even begun to start.

The quarter poll is a great time to review how the Raptors’ players have rounded into form.

Jose Calderon

Jose Calderon had a tough start to this year’s NBA season and during the first five games  he averaged: 11 points;  5.8 assists; 1.6 turnovers; and shot 41.6 percent from the field.

But since then, Calderon found his offensive game and has improved those averages to: 12.2 points; 6.4 assists; while shooting 50.8 percent.

And over the past 10 games, Calderon has upped his shooting percentages to 51.1 percent from the field and 45.5 percent from three.

Jose has still not regained his 2008-09 statistics, but his game has improved steadily since the start of the season.


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