2. Danny Green
Green’s injuries made it impossible for him to get on the floor for extended periods of time last season, and his value at this stage of his career will almost entirely depend on 3-point shooting. Luckily for the Raptors, Green is still a knockdown shooter from range.
The 2019 champion made 45% of his 3-pointers on 3.6 attempts per game during a brief stint with the Cavaliers. If the Raptors want to fill the back end of the bench with quality veteran talent, there are much worse ways to accomplish that goal than by adding Green into the mix.
Could the Toronto Raptors land Danny Green?
Green could be worth a one-year deal on a veteran minimum contract. He already has his rings (one of which was with Toronto), and his status as a player is essentially secure. As a result, paychecks might be the primary motivating factor for him. Why not see what he has left?
Green will be a veteran presence in the locker room that won’t be as outwardly abrasive or prickly as some like Fred VanVleet reportedly was. If called upon in some game action, Green should be good for a few timely shots from beyond the arc.