1. Donte DiVinzenco, Golden State Warriors.
DiVincenzo has been a personal favorite of mine, if you will forgive the editorializing. With Chris Paul coming to Golden State and the Warriors likely pay a very steep price in order to keep many of their big names on the roster, DiVincenzo may not be able to return to San Francisco.
What makes DiVincenzo such a reasonable target for the Raptors, with or without using the mid-level exception on him, is the fact that he can be trusted to both handle the ball and shoot it well from 3-point range. That unique combination should get Masai Ujiri interested.
Donte DiVincenzo can fit with Gradey Dick.
Both DiVinzenco and Dick are terrific shooters who can pile up the points in a hurry without needing the ball in their hands all the time. That trait will make them welcome on a Raptors team that often found it very difficult to spread around the ball-handling time and shot diets evenly last season.
A bench unit consisting primarily of DiVincenzo, Dick, and Precious Achiuwa at the tip of the spear with Chris Boucher and Christian Kolokoin supporting roles would be a force to be reckoned with. Ujiri just needs to be proactive in chasing the former Villanova star’s signature.