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FIVE QUICK NBA THOUGHTS: 1. DEMAR DEROZAN (Raptors): Hopefully, hes back sooner rather than later. Hell be missed by his team - obviously. Hes such a competitor. After getting hurt the other night, he kept trying to play on his injured foot. He loves the game and Im so impressed with his progress over the years. DeRozan is a mature and serious young man. There is a reason above and beyond his physical ability why hes a good player; he has worked incredibly hard on his skills, his strength and conditioning and is a student of the game. It would be nice to see him make the All Star game. In the meantime, Raptors really need to buckle down defensively and find scoring and consistency in other areas, could be a challenge. Big one tonight here in New York City vs. the red hot Nets. 2. SHAUN LIVINGSTON (Nets): When you watch the Raptors tonight it is always nice to see a guy who has fought back from a devastating injury to have success. When he was a young player with the Clippers, Livingston had a chance to be a special player in this league and then it all got derailed. He has made a difference with Brooklyn, being a sound defender who sets the tone for his team. In the absence of Deron Williams, his leadership was critical for Coach Jason Kidd turning this team around. Not a flashy player yet his smarts, toughness and consistency are a big part why the Nets are surging right now. 3. SPENCER HAWES (Sixers): Hawes has really developed in the past few years into a steady Post player. His rebounding instincts are solid while his back to the basket game has improved. He is also a capable face up shooter. He passes the ball quite well from both the low and high post and is a good fit in a teams attack. When I saw him as a young player at the University of Washington and when he was on the Sacramento Kings, I didnt envision him to have this upside. Hes really carved out a nice niche in Philly. 4. 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The 28-year-old from Kennewick, Wash., gets his first crack as a starting QB in the pro game after years of apprenticeship as vagabond NFL training camp fodder before signing with the Lions in 2010. He started three games last year and saw action in six, completing 52 of 75 passes for 682 yards and four touchdowns against two interceptions. "Its something Ive worked my whole career for," said Reilly, standing in front of his stall in the Eskimo dressing room, the one that used to belong to famous ex-Edmonton quarterback Ricky Ray. "Ive wanted to be a starting quarterback on a professional team since I was a little kid. Now that opportunity has come, but its still no guarantee. Youve still got to go out and perform each week." Reilly was to fight Matt Nichols for the starting pivot job this year until Nichols tore up his knee in the first pre-season game against the Riders. He is done until 2014. The No. 2 quarterback is rookie Jonathan Crompton. They are part of the roster overhaul that will see newcomers in half the starting positions and major changes to the offensive line. Guard Simeon Rottier shifts over the from the left side of the line after missing half of 2012 with a hyper-extended elbow. Gord Hinse, who takes over from Kyle Koch at centre, missed most of last season with a thumb injury. Guard Matt ODonnell came to the Esks late last season, and tackles Thaddeus Coleman and Cliff Louis are off-season acquisitions. When Reilly walks to the line of scrimmage, he will see, from left to right, Coleman (six-foot-eight), ODonnell (six-foot-11), Hinse (six-foot-four), Rottier (six-foot-six) and Louis (six-foot-eight). Its not a line, its a ccordillera.dddddddddddd. They acquitted themselves well in the last pre-season game. Against the Lions they opened holes for 134 yards in rushing, 298 yards in passing and three TDs. The line has been under the gun from the get-go at camp with Reed and new general manager Ed Hervey playing good-cop, bad-cop. While Reed has built up the line, Hervey has delivered swift kicks to its backside. "Play better," Hervey said in an interview before camp opened. "Every year were always asking these questions about the offensive line. Well how about the offensive line answer those questions." Rottier said its fair game. "Anything the coach says, the GM says, theyre asking a lot — but were asking a lot of ourselves. We never take that personally. We want to win as much as they do. "We definitely want to be leading this team, playing aggressive, and give the skill guys a chance to win." The skill guys are looking for a breakout year in 2013. Slotback Fred Stamps returns as the go-to guy in the receiving corps. Stamps, entering his seventh CFL season, led the Green and Gold with 70 catches for 1,310 yards and nine touchdowns in 2012. Lining up with him are Nate Coehoorn, Shamawd Chambers, Cary Koch and the lightning fast rookie Isaiah Sweeney. In the backfield, Hugh Charles returns after accumulating 1,409 combined passing-running yards and six TDs last year. The defence is the strength of the Eskimos, led by middle linebacker JC Sherritt. The 25-year-old from Truckee, Calif., set a CFL record for tackles with 130 and was named the CFLs most outstanding defensive player. Beside him are returning veterans T.J. Hill and Damaso Munoz. Up front, free agent rush Odell Willis will try to regain the sack magic that made him the "Mayor of Swaggerville" in Winnipeg two seasons ago. Lining up at the other defensive end position is Marcus Howard, who recorded 11 sacks in 2011 only to be derailed by a recurring hamstring injury in 2012. Ted Laurent, Don Oramasionwu and Almondo Sewell provide strength at the tackle positions. 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