Chris Boucher has reportedly agreed to a two-year price tag of $ 13. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the $ 5 million deal will stay with the Toronto Raptors.
The deal provides further clarity on what the Raptors’ front court will look like for the next season.
Boucher’s decision to return follows Marc Gasol, who is reportedly contracted with the Los Angeles Lakers and the Raptors, who bring in Aron Baynes’ free agent center.
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