Chris Boucher re-signs with Raptors

Chris Boucher re-signs with Raptors

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Chris Boucher re-signs with Raptors

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Adrian Wojnarowski: Chris Boucher is returning to the Toronto Raptors on a three-year, $35.25M deal, his agent Sam Permut of @Roc Nation Sports tells ESPN.
Source: Twitter @wojespn

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

StatMuse @statmuse
Undrafted players getting paid today:
Joe Ingles
Lu Dort
Chris Boucher
Amir Coffey
Danuel House
Dewayne Dedmon
Wesley Matthews
Jae’Sean Tate
Juan Tuscano-Anderson pic.twitter.com/YIdcNAmk5r7:40 PM

Michael Grange @michaelgrange
Interesting question on Chris Boucher’s 3yr/$35.25 deal is exactly how it’s paid out year by year. Details are still being worked out, I’m told. Raptors need to keep it under $11m to make sure they can use full MLE this year and leave wiggle room under tax. – 7:23 PM
Aaron Rose @AaronBenRose
There was a moment last season when it looked like Chris Boucher was heading toward a minimum contract. Good for him for playing himself into some big bucks. – 6:40 PM
Adrian Wojnarowski @wojespn
Chris Boucher is returning to the Toronto Raptors on a three-year, $35.25M deal, his agent Sam Permut of @Roc Nation Sports tells ESPN. – 6:18 PM
Michael Grange @michaelgrange
Raptors sightings at OVO today: Chris Boucher was arriving to workout as Team Canada was wrapping up. I asked him about free agency and he just smiled and shrugged, basically. I know the Raptors want to bring him back and are hopeful, so we’ll see 1/ – 1:48 PM

More on this storyline

After hiring Kenny Atkinson, the Hornets may hold onto Gordon Hayward. Several sources believe the Pacers will keep Turner. Pencil in Chris Boucher to return to the Raptors. -via Bleacher Report / June 13, 2022
John Hollinger: Let’s tackle these one by one. For starters, I think Boucher is more likely to have interest at that price point than Young just because of the age difference, especially on a multi-year deal. The Raptors are far enough below the tax line that they could theoretically sign both to MLE-sized deals using their limited Bird Rights and still have enough to use their own MLE, so they’re in a good spot to retain each. Certainly, I don’t see either getting more than the MLE. -via The Athletic / May 30, 2022

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