The Toronto Raptors must look within if they hope to reach the vaunted “next level.”
To that end, the team made two major free-agent acquisitions in the off-season: re-signing Serge Ibaka (three years, $ 65 million US), and bringing in sharpshooter CJ Miles (three years, $ 25 million).
In order to create salary cap space for those moves, many familiar faces from the Raptors’ four consecutive playoff teams no longer call Toronto their NBA home.
Canadian Cory Joseph was shipped to the Indiana Pacers as part of the …
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