Raptors 905

Who did Raptors 905 select in the 2019 G League Draft?

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The 2019 G League draft is complete.

Raptors 905 had four selections in the G League Draft, but only made three of their four selections. All three of their picks came in the third round (out of four rounds) in the draft.

For additional information on the G League Draft and its history, you can find that on the G League's official website.

So who did Raptors 905 add to the team?

Round 3, pick No. 13 - Leland King II, forward

School: UC Santa Barbara

Leland King was quite the journeyman over his four years of NCAA basketball, playing two years at Brown University, one year at Nevada and one year at UC Santa Barbara.

His senior season at UC Santa Barbara he averaged a double-double of 15.6 points and 10.2 rebounds, leading the Big West Conference in rebounds per game.

He spent last year playing professionally in Bosnia where he averaged 15.0 points, 7.2 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game.

Round 3, pick No. 21 - Mike Parks Jr., forward

School: Memphis

Mike Parks Jr. only played two seasons at Memphis where he averaged 7.0 points and 3.8 rebounds per game shooting 57.3% from the field.

Round 3, pick No. 22 - Mike Davis, forward

School: Illinois

Mike Davis is no stranger to the G League. The 31-year old has had several stints in the NBA's development league, as well as a few seasons playing professionally overseas.

Davis attended Illinois, playing four seasons from 2007-2011 where he averaged 12.5 points, 7.2 rebounds and 1.7 assists his senior season. He left Illinois with 909 rebounds, ranking him second in school history.

Davis went undrafted in the 2011 NBA Draft and signed a deal to play professionally overseas in Ukraine. In 2012 he bounced from the then-NBA D-League to a professional league in Puerto Rico. In 2013 he signed another contract with a Ukraine professional team, followed by a deal with a Dominican Republic professional league team.

From 2014 to 2015 he played professionally in Turkey before returning back to the G League in 2016. He's spent the last two seasons in the G-League with the Capital City Go-Gos.

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