The Toronto Raptors are off to a slower-than-expected start to the 2020-21 season, which may have you wondering about their future draft picks.
The good news: the Raptors own their own first-round pick for the foreseeable future.
The bad news: the Raptors have no other incoming picks at the moment.
Take a look and see Toronto's future draft picks.
Toronto Raptors future draft picks
|Draft Year||First-Round Picks||Second-Round Picks|
|2021||Own||GSW (via UTA) & MEM (via SAC)|
|2022||Own||None (to GSW via PHI)|
|2024||Own||None (to MEM)|
In the 2020 NBA Draft, for the first time since 2016, the Raptors owned both of their draft picks which resulted in a pair of guards, Malachi Flynn (No. 29 overall) and Jalen Harris (No. 59 overall).
They have their own first-round pick in 2021 and have acquired two second-round picks through the trades that sent Matt Thomas to the Utah Jazz and Terence Davis to the Sacramento Kings.