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Raptors make Lorenzo Brown, Chris Boucher signings official

Good for him. Seriously.

Photo credit: Trung Ho / TrungHo.ca

Photo credit: Trung Ho / TrungHo.ca

The Toronto Raptors announced Friday that they have signed Lorenzo Brown to a one-year contract.

The news was first reported by Shams Charania, and we’ve got your breakdown here, plus a note that Brown’s contract is only partially guaranteed.

The Raptors also announced that they’ve signed Chris Boucher to a training camp deal, and we have you covered on that here.

This brings the roster to 14, and there are surely more additions and tweaks to come. Boucher will be a part of a group of players trying out for the final roster spots and who is perhaps in the Raptors 905 plans, while Brown slots in as a fourth point guard or extra wing depth, depending on where you prefer to slide him and Delon Wright on a very versatile depth chart. Teams can have up to 20 players under contract during the offseason and throughout training camp, so don’t take moves like Boucher as certainties that roster spots are now spoken for, especially since his does not come with a guarantee.

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