Within any profession, the law of adaption isn't absolute or assured, in the case of Raptors' guard DeMar DeRozan, this law has yet to reach its final conclusion. There is no doubt that the athletic 6'7 shooting guard has proven that he can take elevate his game above the rim, but has he consistently set his mark as a reliable player down the stretch when his team needed a spark most? Not really.

Going into his fourth and final year under his current contract, awaiting either free agency or an extension, DeRozan has yet to prove to his critics that he has what it takes to be a crucial piece of the Raptors' future. With two fairly slow starts, yet strong finishes to his last few seasons, consistency for DeRozan is maybe his most noticeable flaw.