2. Trade Chris Boucher or Otto Porter Jr.
The Raptors have thrown out some leaks in the last few days hinting that the bench could be a prime target for deconstruction. To fund the potential signings of Poeltl and VanVleet, Ujiri sounds willing to make a trade or two to part with some of their more expensive bench players.
With Precious Achiuwa continuing to get better and Gradey Dick firmly installed as a Sixth Man, the two most logical trade chips are Boucher and Porter. Both are veterans who did not play as well as someone with their salary was expected to perform, and both could be solid fits for contenders.
Will the Toronto Raptors trade Chris Boucher or Otto Porter Jr?
A healthy Porter played a very important role on a champion Warriors team, so he could have more value than most expected. Boucher, on the other hand, has started to flatline. Why would the Raptors keep trying to turn him around when they could get a pick and low-end player back in return?
Both Boucher and Porter could net a solid return for what they are, with Boucher likely netting a more prized asset due to his injury history (or lack thereof). It will be hard to envision a Darko Rajakovic rotation with both of these two older forwards alongside one another.