DeMar DeRozan appears unimpressed after climbing 10 places to No. 36 in Sports Illustrated‘s annual NBA actor ratings.
The Toronto Raptors star reacted to a ranking with a twitter Tuesday that said:
We’re guessing a F was not brief for fiddlesticks.
He had a identical greeting final year during SI’s No. 46 ranking, tweeting “FOH 46” and “ProveEM.”
DeRozan did only that, earning NBA all-star standing while ranking fifth in scoring during 27.3 points a diversion during a unchanging season.
Sports Illustrated had him during No. 61 in 2015-16.
This season, SI has DeRozan sandwiched between New York’s Carmelo Anthony and Milwaukee’s Khris Middleton.
“Every year we relitigate a box of DeMar DeRozan, maybe a league’s many polarizing player,” a repository wrote. “Our outcome comes down to this: DeRozan is a refined, considerable scorer whose stipulations emanate genuine problems.”
“For 5 true years, a Raptors have achieved improved with DeRozan off a floor,” it added. “The law of his value is some-more difficult than that, yet a resources of churned signals to this indicate are over coincidence. We know DeRozan can score. But to what end?”
Toronto centre Jonas Valanciunas stands during No. 80 while Canadians Andrew Wiggins (Minnesota) and Tristan Thompson (Cleveland) and are Nos. 50 and 52, respectively.
The tip 30, expected to embody Raptors ensure Kyle Lowry, will be expelled after this week.