Ranking the Toronto Raptors roster based on their current contracts

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No. 9: Delon Wright

Season Win Shares: 1.4          Current cap-figure: $2.5 million

Delon Wright’s impact has been similar to that of Monroe, sans the late-offseason addition moniker. In his fourth season with the team, Wright has been another aid to the Raptors’ injury woes, specifically to their stable of guards.

In 37 games, the guard has 6.4 points, 2.1 assists, and 2.5 rebounds in 18.3 minutes per contest. His numbers are down almost across the board from last season, although that may be a result of the bench as a whole just as much as Wright.

Wright has shot over 50 percent or above from the field in 15 different contests, and it feels like an outbreak might be coming.

The guard even added some flair in the teams’ most recent matchup:

Wright serves as another one of the Raptors’ late-first round selections who has produced above his draft value but still needs to fully develop to become anything more than a rotation piece.

With his draft position, Wright is being paid a sum of $2.5 million this year, a small amount for young rotation piece.

As cheap as his contract may be, the Raptors just aren’t receiving much from Wright so far this season. $2.5 million is nice, consistent production would be better.