Toronto Raptors

Toronto Raptors 2019-20 training camp roster breakdown

How many wins will Lowry, Ibaka and Siakam lead the Raptors to in 2019-20?
How many wins will Lowry, Ibaka and Siakam lead the Raptors to in 2019-20? (Getty Images)

With training camp right around the corner, the defending champions will have to trim their 20-man roster down to 17 players before the start of the season.

Which players are on guaranteed deals? Who will be fighting for the final open roster spots?

We have you covered with answers to all these questions below.

Guaranteed contracts

The Raptors have 12 guaranteed contracts, leaving three spots available for guaranteed deals and two spots available for two-way contracts.

The 12 guaranteed contracts are as follows, organized by how much the player will make this upcoming season. You can click the player's name to see their latest news, writing or fast facts.

Player Position 2019-20 salary
Kyle Lowry G $35 million
Marc Gasol C $25.6 million
Serge Ibaka F $23.3 million
Norman Powell G/F $10.1 million
Fred VanVleet G $9.35 million
Patrick McCaw G $4 million
Stanley Johnson F $3.6 million
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson F $2.5 million
Pascal Siakam F $2.35 million
OG Anunoby F $2.3 million
Terence Davis G/F $898K
Matt Thomas G $898K

Fighting for roster spots

There are eight players fighting for the three guaranteed deals and two two-way contracts this upcoming season. You can find those names below in alphabetical order. Click the names to find out more about the players vying for a final spot.

Player Position Type of contract* Contract value*
Chris Boucher F/C Minimum $1.6 million
Oshae Brissett F Exhibit-10 miminum $898K
Dewan Hernandez F Mid-level exception $898K
Sagaba Konate F Exhibit-10 minimum $898K
Malcolm Miller F Minimum $1.6 million
Cameron Payne G Minimum $1.7 million
Devin Robinson F Minimum $1.6 million
Isaiah Taylor G Minimum $1.6 million

*The type of contract and contract value is only if the player makes the roster.

The Raptors first game of the preseason is set for October 8th where they take on the Houston Rockets as a part of the 2019 NBA Japan Games. You can find their entire preseason schedule here.

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