Toronto Raptors

How have traded Toronto Raptors fared since the trade deadline?

The Toronto Raptors weren't as active as you may have thought heading into the trade deadline, but they still got three deals done.

The headliner trade came in sending scoring guard Norman Powell to the Portland Trail Blazers in return for the sharpshooting Gary Trent Jr. But they also moved 3-point specialist Matt Thomas to the Utah Jazz and reserve guard Terence Davis to the Sacramento Kings, receiving a second-round pick in return for each role player.

How have the trio of former Raptors played since moving on from Toronto?

Norman Powell, Portland Trail Blazers

Averages: 16.7 PTS, 3.1 REB, 2.0 AST, 1.5 STL, 44.2% FG, 32.6% 3PT

Best game: April 6 vs. LA Clippers: 32 points (8-18 FG, 2-7 3PT, 14-15 FT), 4 rebounds, 1 assist

Powell hasn't been the blazing hot scorer he was in Toronto earlier this season, but that's to be expected when joining a team that already has two gunners in Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum.

Powell has started in all 17 games he has played for the Blazers, still averaging what would be a career-best 16.2 points per game. The biggest difference: he's shooting 32.6 percent from 3 in Portland compared to 43.9 percent from 3 during his time with Toronto.

Powell has still shelled out a handful of big performances, scoring over 30 points once, over 20-plus points five times and five games with 15-plus points.

Terence Davis, Sacramento Kings

Averages: 7.9 PTS, 2.5 REB, 1.1 AST, 43.5% FG, 37.% 3PT

Best game: April 3 vs. Milwaukee Bucks: 27 points (10-14 FG, 7-10 3PT), 3 rebounds, 2 blocks, 1 assist

Davis' playing time has been inconsistent in Sacramento but when he gets the opportunity, he's made the most of it. He has two games with 20-plus points, one coming against the Bucks, scoring 27 points on seven 3s, and the other coming against the Dallas Mavericks, going for 23 points on perfect 5-for-5 shooting from beyond the arc.

It shouldn't be much of a surprise that Davis has found a way to make an impact when given the chance, as he was Second Team All-Rookie last season. The Kings' backcourt is crowded with De'Aaron Fox, Buddy Hield, standout rookie Tyrese Haliburton, and another former in Raptor Delon Wright, who they also traded for at the deadline. But Davis has still found his way onto the court despite that, and he's shown enough flashes that Sacramento may want to keep him around.

Matt Thomas, Utah Jazz

Averages: 4.0 PTS, 1.2 REB, 25.0% 3PT, 7.9 MPG

Best game: April 28 vs. Sacramento Kings: 17 points (7-7 FG, 3-3 3PT), 1 rebound

Thomas hasn't had much of an opportunity yet in Utah, appearing in 10 of 19 games since the trade. Averaging just 7.8 minutes in those games played, it's tough for a shooter like Thomas to get into any sort of a rhythm.

As a result, he started off by going an uncharacteristic 3-for-21 from 3-point range since joining the Jazz before erupting for 17 points on perfect 7-for-7 shooting in a record-breaking victory for the Jazz.

Playing for a team that currently holds the No. 1 seed in the West, minutes won't be much easier to come by for the remainder of the season.

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