Robert Seagal-Misovic

Robert Seagal-Misovic

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Robert Misovic is a 25- year old University of Toronto graduate in Philosophy, Statistics and Sociology with a deep passion for all things Basketball. He has spent considerable time overseas in Belgrade, Novi Sad, Treviso, and Rome both playing basketball and scouting potential NBA players for draft projection websites.

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  • micheal malcolm posted 1787 days ago

    micheal malcolm

    Hey Robert

    Nice to see you back!

    The Raptors have made another move however, I don’t agree with this one!
    Here’s my take on the player they should have acquired Jodie Meeks.
    Comments and critiques are always welcomed

    -Mike

  • Vivek Jacob posted 1805 days ago

    Vivek Jacob

    hope u have time to check out my latest work Robert...

    http://tinyurl.com/kvju6b

  • Keith Schlosser posted 1817 days ago

    Keith Schlosser

    Are NBA teams finally going to stop the spending?

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/220107-shrunken-salary-cap-forcing-teams-to-put-away-wallets

  • Richard O'Neal posted 1826 days ago

    Richard O'Neal

    Just published two new articles that I would like to share with you. Please provide some great comments to spark up some debate on these two topics! I look forward to your response. Feel free to add yourself as a fan if you enjoy my writing!
    ro
    Vote as a pick of the day or favorite if you feel it's worthy!
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/214772-rockets-receive-nba-injury-exception
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/214794-available-centers-the-rockets-should-be-looking-at

  • John Lorge posted 1828 days ago

    John  Lorge

    On the Boston Celtics summer league team I found an inspirational story every sports fan can enjoy.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/214031-coby-karl-chris-lofton-share-the-nba-road-less-traveled

  • micheal malcolm posted 1828 days ago

    micheal malcolm

    Hello Robert,

    i thought our banter would make for some good reading as we made several good points...and plus i didn't want you to find out from someone else that i did this ( i try and be that good guy)
    Enjoy! - we shoudl do this again.. i will leave the subject matter to you.


    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/213598-derozansecret-weapon-or-overhyped-kid-the-debate-between-2-raptor-fans

  • Dave Smith posted 1829 days ago

    Dave Smith

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/212408-why-players-shouldnt-be-allowed-to-be-nba-until-graduating-from-college

  • micheal malcolm posted 1835 days ago

    micheal malcolm

    WOW!

    Well Robert, again your comments are very much welcomed and i encourage you to keep up our friendly banter..all i have to say is that while i do not share your optimism at this point, i wish DeRozan all the best in his first NBA season i would love for him to put up 15-5-5 if he could but again i am the type to temper my expectations. With your reference to Charlie V well it took some very interesting situations (managerial pressure, media attention) for any one to realize that he wasn't playing much. Any young player with a shread of talent and work ethic generally will improve with playing time... again Charlie V with the Bucks has improved greatly than the Raptors version. (ditto for Charlie Bell, Mo Williams just to throw some other random names out there). I believe that if young players got an opportunity they may flourish if they have the drive to cultivate their potential can you imagine what would happen if Brendan Wright of GS or even Jerryd Blayliss of POR would do with consistent playing time? Look at Monta Ellis...people knocked his talent.. i was high on him.. and well look at him now...Raptors would have killed with him at the 2..nevertheless the point im making is that the Raptors have been generous with the PT for rookies if they earn it and im not sure how DeRozan will handle that challenge ( i mean if J. Moon can stay on the floor jackin up 3's then really defense makes all the difference) I feel your passion for DeRozan in your words, and i suppose i am the Yin to your Yang ...you expect flashes of greatness i expect small spurts of passable consistency. As far as the Raptors go...DeRozan is no savior (at least not yet) and he like much of his draft brethern have some ways to go before superstardom beckons, if at all your article was well though-out and factual based...as was mine...but i do want to say that your point about playing the game consistently and non-emotionally is a great one...and it is something the great players do posess...Robert I give you the forum go ahead.

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