The Toronto Raptors currently have 11 players on guaranteed contracts for the 2021-22 NBA season.
An additional five players are on partially guaranteed contracts while two players have signed two-way contracts.
The Raptors will reportedly make another addition to their roster in Svi Mykhailiuk in the form of a two-year deal.
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The Raptors are set to open their 2021-22 season against the Washington Wizards on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021.
|PG||Fred VanVleet||Goran Dragic||Dalano Banton|
|SG||Gary Trent Jr.||Malachi Flynn|
|SF||OG Anunoby||Scottie Barnes|
|PF||Pascal Siakam||Chris Boucher|
|C||Khem Birch||Precious Achiuwa|
Partial guarantee: Yuta Watanabe, Sam Dekker, Ishmail Wainright, Isaac Bonga, Freddie Gillespie
Two-way: Justin Champagnie (forward), David Johnson (guard)
Key additions and subtractions
The Raptors acquired Goran Dragic and Precious Achiuwa from the Miami Heat in a sign-and-trade for Kyle Lowry.
With the No. 4 pick in the 2021 NBA Draft, the Raptors selected Scottie Barnes.
The Raptors re-signed Gary Trent Jr. (restricted) and Khem Birch (unrestricted) in free agency.
The Raptors have six rotation-level players in their frontcourt in OG Anunoby, Pascal Siakam, Scottie Barnes, Chris Boucher, Khem Birch and Precious Achiuwa.
Additionally, Toronto has five frontcourt players on partially guaranteed deals who are fighting for a roster spot in Yuta Watanabe, Sam Dekker, Ishmail Wainright, Isaac Bonga and Freddie Gillespie.
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