(Photo) NBA: DeMar DeRozan On Sports Illustrated Ranking Him As The 46th Best Player, “FOH”

DeMar DeRozan isn’t great by any means and never will be but he is a pretty good player who impressed people enough to land a spot on this summer’s Gold Medal winning basketball team in Rio. Not too mention the fat $139 million dollar contract he got from the Raptors in the off season as well. He clearly has been doing well for himself on the court but Sports Illustrated apparently doesn’t think too highly of him. In their annual ranking of the top 100 players in the NBA, DeRozan came in at number 46, which was something he was not happy about.

(Video) NBA: DeMar DeRozan Throws Down Sick Dunk Off Alley-Oop From Kyle Lowry

As usual, Team USA’s mens basketball team has absolutely been destroying their opponents in exhibition games.  On Monday they wrapped up their unbeaten exhibition tour with a 110-66 victory over Nigeria.  Toronto Raptors duo Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan had the highlight of the game with this crazy alley-oop dunk.

(Video) NBA: Carmelo Anthony Looks Like He Hates His Olympic Teammates As They Sing “A Thousand Miles”

Team USA is in their bonding stage and despite being enemies during the regular season, the crew seems to be having a great time together. Everyone that is except for the teams elder statesman in Carmelo Anthony. I’m kidding about that but he certainly looked like he hated his younger teammates guts as they broke out singing “A Thousand Miles” by Vanessa Carlton on the team plane.

NBA: DeMar DeRozan Cashes Out With Raptors To The Tune Of Five Years/$139 Million!

The list of players getting paid serious money will continue to grow over the next few days but DeMar DeRozan can careless about that because he already got his money. In an unsurprising move, the Raptors star decided to stay north of the border and re-up with Toronto for $139 million dollars!

NBA: Raptors GM Masai Ujiri Says Team’s ‘No. 1 Goal’ is Re-signing DeMar DeRozan

The Toronto Raptors made it to the Eastern Conference Finals before losing to the Cleveland Cavaliers in six games.  Now they are looking on to their future and general manager Masai Ujiri said his top priority this offseason will be to re-sign DeMar DeRozan.

(Video) NBA: LOL Kyle Lowry’s Eyes Bulge While Reading Raptors Bad Stats From Cavs Blowout

The Cleveland Cavaliers obliterated the Toronto Raptors 116-78 during Game 5.  The Raptors shot just 39% from the field; DeMar DeRozan had a team-high of 14 points while only hitting 2-of-8 from the field, and Kyle Lowry finished with 13 points on 5-of-12 shooting.  They were the only two players on the team with double digits in scoring.  The two did their postgame press conference together.  While DeRozan was answering a question, Lowry read over the stats.  The numbers apparently caught him by surprise.

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