The Toronto Raptors announced Sunday that they have signed Malcolm Miller and Alfonzo McKinnie.
Miller is the recipient of the team’s first ever two-way contract. We broke down what that all means here. Unfortunately, Miller suffered a sprained ankle just before Las Vegas Summer League began and is here on crutches and in a walking boot, expected to be sidelined a couple of weeks. He’ll be ready in time for training camp.
Raptors Republic broke the news of McKinnie’s signing late Saturday. The former D-League tryout player is on a partially guaranteed multi-year deal, similar to the one Fred VanVleet signed last year. It is not a two-way or an Exhibit 10 like Kennedy Meeks signed.
Click those links for more on each of these stories. This is just the Raptors confirming earlier reports for us.