Greivis Vasquez was teammates with Kevin Durant in high school at Montrose Christian in Maryland.
"Hopefully I get to play with him one day in the NBA and hopefully it's here in Toronto," said Vasquez on Toronto radio on Monday.
Durant is a free agent in 2016 and he grew up a fan of the Toronto Raptors during the Vince Carter era.
Vasquez, who is a free agent this offseason, talked about Durant again on Tuesday with Bryan Hayes of TSN 1050.
Hayes: "It was announced 'Raptors Day' on Monday here in Toronto, and you guys just got to the first round. What do you think the city would be like if you ever won a title here?"
Vasquez: "Well, imagine if we get KD, Kevin Durant, 2016."
Hayes: "That's your guy, too, right?"
Vasquez: "And he'll lead us to a championship."
Hayes: "Are you calling your shot right now, Kevin Durant coming to Toronto?"
Vasquez: "I think he'll have statues right outside the ACC."
Hayes: "And where's your statue going to be?"
Vasquez: "It's OK. It could be back in the locker room, it could be in Venezuela. As long as I win a championship with KD, that'll be an amazing feeling. So hopefully that happens."
Vasquez spoke glowingly about Toronto during his exit interview following the Raptors' season.