Every Toronto Raptors player’s chance of being on the 2024 roster

ATLANTA, GEORGIA - JANUARY 31: OG Anunoby #3 of the Toronto Raptors reacts with Gary Trent Jr. #33 (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
ATLANTA, GEORGIA - JANUARY 31: OG Anunoby #3 of the Toronto Raptors reacts with Gary Trent Jr. #33 (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) /
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Scottie Barnes, Toronto Raptors
TORONTO, ON – DECEMBER 05: Scottie Barnes #4 of the Toronto Raptors (Photo by Cole Burston/Getty Images) /

Tier 1: They are likely staying

Precious Achiuwa/Jalen McDaniels: 75%

Christian Koloko/Dennis Schroder: 90%

Scottie Barnes/Gradey Dick/Jakob Poeltl: 99%

Achiuwa has shown to be a well above-average defender and a promising athlete who still warrants tons of developmental attention despite some very frustrating play from time to time. McDaniels is in much the same vein, as his contract gives Toronto time to really develop his shooting.

While Koloko might find starting minutes hard to come by in the next few years, the Raptors likely won’t give up on someone who showed so much obvious potential on the defensive side so easily. FIBA World Cup star Schroder could be trade bait in a sell-off scenario, but he will likely be locked in if Toronto is competitive.

The Toronto Raptors won’t move Scottie Barnes.

After signing Poeltl to a huge four-year contract as soon as free agency began and investing what could be their only first-round pick in three years on Dick, the Raptors will likely need to implode to an epic degree for either of them not to be on the 2024 roster.

The one constant amid all the speculation over Toronto’s decision-making is the fact that Barnes is going to remain on this team for 2023 and beyond. The Raptors are wholly committed to turning this raw mound of clay into a consistent All-Star.

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