1. Chris Boucher
Boucher was playing so poorly early in the season that it looked like he was in trouble of falling out of the rotation. Perhaps buoyed by the increased playing time due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Boucher looks more comfortable on both ends of the floor. His offensive prowess could be what gets teams interested.
Boucher averaged 14.6 points and 7.7 rebounds per game in December. A free agent at the end of this year that is making around $7 million, Boucher could be flipped to both clear up a bench logjam with Precious Achiuwa and Khem Birch and bring some draft capital back to Toronto.
Chris Boucher could help the Toronto Raptors get draft picks.
The Raptors could look to swap out Boucher for a point guard with more years of team control or a collection of picks. While Boucher is playing like the Sixth Man of the Year candidate we saw in Tampa, they could risk losing him for nothing in free agency. He could command a multi-year deal that Toronto may not be able to afford.
Playoff-bound teams in the West will be looking for stretch big men that could help create matchup nightmares in the postseason, and they would be more than willing to give Toronto some picks to acquire him. Boucher has been a great Raptor, but he might be on the move soon.