Hey Jonas Valanciunas, sorry for the rude welcoming...
It’s not that we don’t necessarily believe in your abilities to be a legitimate 5 for years to come, but you have to understand that our GM and Assistant GM have frustrated us to a tipping point with regards to Andrea Bargnani, and to a lesser extent other terrible European players…
As an international and cosmopolitan city, we will embrace and accept any player regardless of their background… but when you get a 5 year $50 million extension without proving that you’re worth it, or being selected as the teams starting PG at the expense of another equally talented PG, or getting unlimited chances and not having to earn the “franchise player” tag, you’re going to piss off a fanbase that really hasn’t recovered since the high flying days of Vince Carter and Tracy McGrady.
We just want a winner… I’m sure you (Jonas) can help us in the long run and are a very capable player that will win over the fan base with your work ethic and skill. We know that it’s not fair to group you in the same category as that Primo Pasta loving tool, but that’s how we reacted out of frustration and expectations that had been set by our GM…
and for that, I apologize on behalf of all Raptors fans.
Just remember that it’s not YOU we’re pissed at… it’s actually Andrea, Jose, Hedo, Maurizio and a culture of entitlement that Colangelo has fostered for his European projects.
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