Best: Gary Harris
Harris would be a nice veteran addition who comes right in and provides the scoring boost off the bench that this team needs. Harris has been playing well for the last few years, but the presence of Nikola Jokic in Denver and the record of his Orlando teams have overshadowed that.
Harris averaged 11.1 points per game this season despite a lack of sensational offensive talent around him to attract defensive attention. With 38% of his 3-point attempts successful, Harris would be one of the best shooters on the team instantly. Gone are the days of VanVleet attempting 17 3-pointers!
Gary Harris would be a nick pickup for the Toronto Raptors.
Unlike Forbes, Harris is pesky enough on defense to help Toronto maintain their Top 10 defense from the prior year. After some years on a bad Magic team, Harris could potentially be in line for shorter that gets him back in the postseason mix once again.
Low-usage and hyper-efficient, Harris and Achiuwa could be two extremely talented bench players that can come right in and stabilize Toronto’s lackluster unit from last season. Of course, given his player profile, contenders will try to offer him a bigger bag and lure him away from Toronto.