2. Tobias Harris
While Harris has become a bit of a mockery in recent years due to his expensive contract and subsequent failure to live up to it, Harris is still a damn fine scorer and shooter. With Philly likely to give Tyrese Maxey a big contract soon, they might not have the money needed to pay Harris.
Harris should consider joining an Anunoby-less Raptors, as he can still get a solid volume of shots up and help with the team’s spacing while getting a fresh start. Philadelphia has clearly soured on him, and he needs to rehabilitate his value on a short-term deal elsewhere.
Could the Toronto Raptors chase Tobias Harris?
Harris is a downgrade, but he is still a quality scorer who could benefit from a Mike Budenhozler-adjacent offense that Darko Rajakovic will likely run in Toronto. Harris, who would be 32 at the start of next season, likely won’t command a contract longer than three years.
If the Raptors and Harris can find a middle ground that pays him less than Anunoby’s AAV while giving him enough stability to be enticing, the two parties could come to an agreement. The lack of defense will be alarming, but there aren’t too many free agents who can match OG from a scoring perspective.