1. Chris Boucher
Boucher seems like the most tradeable asset the team has right now, as he has a contract that can be moved without costing an arm and a leg, and he has been a reasonably productive forward with some shot-blocking potential on the defensive end.
If someone put a gun to the front office’s proverbial head and forced them to pick between Boucher and Precious Achiuwa, the younger Nigerian big with more athleticism than the aging Boucher might win out. Such a choice may need to be made, especially if Dosunmu is in the picture.
The Toronto Raptors could deal Chris Boucher.
While not an irreplaceable rotation stalwart, whoever trades for Boucher should feel confident they are getting someone who can play every day, hustle hard on defense, and score enough as a finisher inside to make parting with a draft pick worth it in the long run.
Boucher has been a jewel of the Toronto developmental system, with the Raptors already having taken him from a fringe G League player to a solid backup big. However, in the same summer Fred VanVleet left, Boucher could be deal to open up space for Dosunmu.