According to Doug Smith, one of last pieces to the puzzle is back in Toronto as Rasho’s back:
The veteran centre, who spent two seasons with the Raptors before being traded to Indiana a year ago, has agreed in principle to a one-year deal worth about $1.9 million (all figures US), the so-called biannual exception to the NBA’s salary cap.
The move comes as little surprise since president and general manager Bryan Colangelo has long held that the 33-year-old 7-footer is exactly the kind of solid veteran the team covets in a second unit role.
We got our bigs all set, Rasho, Bosh, Bargnani, Evans and you guessed it, the Notorious POB. BC has one more spot to fill and it’s just a matter of time to see if it’s going to be Carlos Delfino.
Photo credit: UPI.com