Anthony Bennett

#15 PF / Toronto Raptors / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-8 Weight: 245 lb Age: 22 College: Nevada-Las Vegas

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    Raptors' Anthony Bennett: Recalled from D-League

    Bennett was recalled from Raptors 905 of the NBA's D-League on Saturday. Bennett has appeared in just 13 of the Raptors' 47 contests this season, logging a minimal 4.9 minutes per outing during those showings. Meanwhile, in six D-League contests, he's averaging 9.2 points (on 34 percent shooting), 3.1 rebounds, 1.0 steal, 0.7 assists, and 0.7 blocks in 18 minutes.

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    Raptors' Anthony Bennett: Recalled from D-League

    Bennett was recalled from the D-League on Tuesday. The former No. 1 overall pick has played sparingly in parts of 10 games for the Raptors this season, and he's struggled in four D-League appearances, averaging just 11.0 points and 3.3 rebounds on 31.2 percent shooting. The 22-year-old is unlikely to make an impact at the NBA level any time soon.

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    Raptors' Anthony Bennett: Rejoins Toronto

    Bennett was recalled by the Raptors on Friday. Despite the promotion, Bennett has made just 10 appearances on the season for the Raptors and will likely head back down to the D-League at a later point in the season. Barring something unforeseen, Bennett will remain buried on Toronto's depth chart behind Luis Scola, Patrick Patterson, and James Johnson.

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    Raptors' Anthony Bennett: Assigned to D-League

    Bennett was assigned to the D-League's Toronto 905 on Thursday, Doug Smith of the Toronto Star reports. Bennett hasn't seen the court for the Raptors in the last three games, so the assignment to the 905 should allow him to pick up some needed playing time. He's unlikely to become a part of the Raptors' rotation when he inevitably rejoins the team.

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    Raptors' Anthony Bennett: Assigned to D-League, but to rejoin club later in day

    Bennett will be assigned to the D-League Raptors 905 for their game Sunday against the Delaware 87ers, but is expected to rejoin Toronto before their contest at 6:00 ET against the Kings. Raptors 905 is based in nearby Mississauga, Ontario, so Bennett will likely have enough travel time to report back to Toronto before warmups begin. While it's possible Bennett could see the court with both teams Sunday, most -- if not all -- of the forward's playing time figures to come with the D-League affiliate. Bennett isn't a regular member of coach Dwane Casey's rotation in Toronto and hasn't played in the Raptors' last two contests.

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    Raptors' Anthony Bennett: Scores two points Monday

    Bennett scored two points and added three rebounds in Monday's 106-90 loss to Indiana. All of Bennett's minutes continue to come in garbage time late in games when they are already decided before he enters. He's buried on the depth chart just hasn't been able to be a part of Dwane Casey's rotation so far this season.

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    Raptors' Anthony Bennett: Remains in deep bench role

    Bennett failed to see any minutes in Toronto's 91-80 victory Sunday against the Clippers. Bennett hasn't appeared in the Raptors' last five matchups, and he's seen double-digit minutes only once in their first 15 games. Bennett doesn't seem to be a major part of head coach Dwane Casey's rotation, and is currently slotted behind Luis Scola, Patrick Patterson and James Johnson on the depth chart.

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    Raptors' Anthony Bennett: Near double-double in preseason loss

    Bennett tallied 10 points (3-5 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 1-4 FT), eight rebounds, one assist and three steals in a preseason loss to Minnesota on Wednesday. Coach Dwayne Casey was complimenting Bennett just a few days ago and it appears Bennett has some confidence now that he didn't have in his first couple of years. Obviously the talent is still there for the former number one overall pick and the move to Toronto may be the best break he's had in his short career. His fantasy value is still limited as a bench player, but he just needs to keep improving to eventually get on the fantasy radar.

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    Raptors' Anthony Bennett: Impressing on defensive end

    Bennett has impressed Raptors coach Dwane Casey with his defense since joining the club, the Toronto Sun reports. "He's in the right place, he gets there quickly, with a sense of urgency, with force. He's known as an offensive player, but his defense has been the most impressive thing to this point," Casey said Sunday. The Raptors haven't yet settled on a primary backup to DeMarre Carroll at small forward, so if Bennett can continue flashing in the defensive end he could well end up seeing more significant minutes than expected in the team's wing rotation.

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    Raptors F Anthony Bennett returns to practice Saturday

    Raptors forward Anthony Bennett (ankle) returned to practice after rolling his ankle in Thursday's game. Bennett is looking to rejuvenate his career for his hometown team after a rocky start playing for the Cavaliers and the Timberwolves. The former number one pick will likely start with a bench role for the Raptors and look to earn his playing time. His preseason performance will play a factor in the teams confidence, so it's good news that he's returned to practice.

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