The Toronto Raptors have waived Cameron Payne, Matt Morgan and Devin Robinson, according to Michael Grange of Sportsnet.
Raptors waive Cameron Payne, Matt Morgan and Devin Robinson; roster now at 17. They have 12 guaranteed contracts so now between Boucher, Miller, Brissett, Hernandez and Taylor to divide (in theory) three regular roster positions and two two-way deals.- Michael Grange (@michaelgrange) October 19, 2019
The Raptors have 12 players on guaranteed contracts for the 2019-20 season, so there are now five players fighting for three spots: Chris Boucher, Malcolm Miller, Isaiah Taylor, Dewan Hernandez and Oshae Brissett.
|Kyle Lowry||Chris Boucher|
|Fred VanVleet||Malcolm Miller|
|OG Anunoby||Isaiah Taylor|
|Pascal Siakam||Dewan Hernandez|
|Marc Gasol||Oshae Brissett|
Grange added that Boucher and Miller have contracts for the upcoming season that kick in if they aren't waived by Monday. They would each be on the books for $1.6 million next season, per HoopsHype.
Whichever two players don't make the final roster are candidates to sign two-way contracts with the Raptors. The others - Payne, Morgan and Robinson - could still end up on Toronto's G League affiliate, the Raptors 905.
The Raptors open the 2019-20 season on Tuesday, Oct. 22, when they host the New Orleans Pelicans.