DeMar DeRozan, the Toronto Raptors’ best player, doesn’t say much, except to say, as he did to a reporter in January, “Me, I never say much.” In a personality-driven league such as the National Basketball Association, DeRozan is an anomaly. Stars such as LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, and Steph Curry become polished performers in front of a microphone. DeRozan retreats. His confidence falls away, at times leaving him stumbling over his words. It can seem he’d rather be anywhere else.