DeMar DeRozan made a huge jump between his rookie and sophomore seasons, and from the looks of things, he's due for one more.
DeRozan's points skyrocketed from 8.9 to 17.2 and he still lacks the one thing needed most for a successful guard in this league: a jumper. Slashing to the hole and finishing around the bucket, DeRozan made a living by scoring in the paint and knocking down close to mid-range jumpers.
With the NBA lockout having no ending in sight, the young Toronto guard could use this off time to develop and extend his range. Once he adds that to his repertoire, which I anticipate he will, All-Stardom for him is just a hop, skip and a jump away.