Since DeMarre Carroll was traded to the Brooklyn Nets, he has been quite vocal about his displeasure on how things were run during his time with the Toronto Raptors.

Despite all that, his former Raptors teammate Delon Wright told Sportnet’s Donnovan Bennett that he wasn’t surprised about Carroll’s comment in the slightest.

“No, I wasn’t surprised. I knew he was frustrated, you know, it happens,” Raptors guard Delon Wright told Sportsnet’s Donnovan Bennett when asked about Carroll’s comments. “He knew what he was getting into and what the offense was like when he signed here.”

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Prior to his arrival in Toronto two seasons ago, the team was already running an offense that was predicated on the play of their backcourt that features a pair of All-Star guards. In the process, the team has had plenty of success running the bulk of their offense through them both.

The Raptors have made four consecutive trips to the playoffs that include three Atlantic Division titles and the franchise’s first appearance in the Eastern Conference Finals. They also have back-to-back 50-win campaigns.

That said, the move to the Nets could provide Carroll a larger offensive role that he may have been eyeing for quite some time. What his comments do now more than anything else is place a high amount of pressure to perform well next season.