Raptors Make Weekend Moves, Sign Boucher and Miller to Contracts
The Toronto Raptors made a couple of minor moves to end their weekend.
On Sunday, the team announced that they have signed Chris Boucher and Malcolm Miller to standard NBA contracts. Boucher, who has been one of the G League’s top players this season, was on a two-way contract and has agreed to a multi-year NBA contract as per Shams Charania of The Athletic.
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The 26-year old has played 23 games for the Raptors 905 and has averaged 27.6 points, 11.1 rebounds, and four blocks per game while shooting 31.2 percent from long range. On December 12, Boucher recorded a 905 franchise-record with a 47 point performance.
The Raptors also signed Malcolm Miller to a two-way contract. Miller spent some time with the Raptors last season.