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Raptors Sign K.J. McDaniels
K.J. McDaniels split last season between Houston and Brooklyn, averaging 4.2 points, 1.7 rebounds and 10.3 minutes in 49 games.
Raptors Sign Kyle Wiltjer
Kyle Wiltjer appeared in 14 games for the Rockets last season.
RealGM Radio: Atlantic Division With Tim Bontemps, Jared Weiss
Host Danny Leroux, Tim Bontemps of the Washington Post and Jared Weiss of CLNS Media go in-depth on the NBA's Atlantic Division.
Masai Ujiri: Our Job Is To Beat LeBron James
The Raptors kept part of their core together this offseason in re-signing Kyle Lowry and Serge Ibaka.
Raptors Sign Lorenzo Brown To Two-Way Contract
Lorenzo Brown split the 16-17 season between China and the G-League.
Raptors To Play DeMar DeRozan More At Point Guard
DeMar DeRozan played the role of facilitator while Kyle Lowry was out injured during the regular season.
Raptors Sign Kennedy Meeks
Kennedy Meeks averaged 11.3 points, 5.5 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 15.5 minutes in four games in Summer League.
Malcolm Miller Undergoes Ankle Surgery
Malcolm Miller is expected to miss the next 12 weeks.
DeMarre Carroll: Raptors Have A Lot Of Guys Who Don't Trust Each Other
DeMarre Carroll was surprised he wasn't traded last season.
Raptors Sign Malcolm Miller To Two-Way Contract, Alfonzo McKinnie To Multi-Year Deal
Malcolm Miller averaged 7.0 points, 3.4 rebounds and 18.7 minutes in 29 games last season for Alba Berlin of the German Bundesliga.

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2017 Summer League Notes On All 30 NBA Teams

by Keith P Smith

Notes and observations on all 30 NBA teams from how they evaluated their offseason moves and what they saw from their Summer League prospects.

Grading The Deal: Raptors Re-Sign Kyle Lowry, Give Core Three More Years

by Christopher Reina

The Raptors were able to avoid giving Kyle Lowry more than a three-year deal, which not coincidentally lines up with the end of Serge Ibaka's deal and when DeMar DeRozan can become a free agent.

Grading The Deal: Serge Ibaka Stays With Raptors For $65M Over Three Years

by Christopher Reina

Serge Ibaka has all the tools to be the perfect complementary big man for the modern NBA with his floor spacing on offense and shotblocking on defense, but his game has fallen off even if he remains a productive starter.

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