|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Atlantic Division||102.7 (2nd)||98.2 (1st)|
Sat May 7
|W 95 - 91||at MIA|
Mon May 9
|L 94 - 87||at MIA|
Wed May 11
|W 99 - 91||MIA|
Fri May 13
|L 103 - 91||at MIA|
Sun May 15
|W 116 - 89||MIA|
Tue May 17
|L 115 - 84||at CLE|
Thu May 19
|L 108 - 89||at CLE|
Sat May 21
|W 99 - 84||CLE|
Mon May 23
|W 105 - 99||CLE|
Wed May 25
|L 116 - 78||at CLE|
Fri May 27
|L 113 - 87||CLE|
In his first two seasons with the
Uthoff signed a two-year, partially guaranteed deal with the Raptors on Thursday, Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports reports.
A 6-foot-9 forward out of Iowa, Uthoff went undrafted in June, but latched on with the Raptors' summer league team. He finished the summer playing in four games, posting averages of 4.5 points, 2.2 rebounds, 1.0 assist and 1.0 steal over 17 minutes per game. Uthoff isn't considered the most athletic prospect, but he's got a strong offensive repetoire and can score in bunches. He'll be with the Raptors for training camp, but considering his contract is only partially guaranteed, there's a good chance he doesn't make the final roster.
Poeltl will start behind Nogueira in the competition for the backup center role due to Noguiera's experience, Josh Lewenberg of TSN Sports reports.
Poetl, whom the Raptors picked with the ninth overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, will be third on the depth chart at center starting camp, however his competition will have a short leash. If Poetl can develop and prove himself to be the better option, he could cement a solid backup role behind starter Jonas Valanciunas during his rookie season.
Nogueira is expected to be first up to try to earn backup minutes at center due to his experience, but won't get many chances to prove himself worty, especially if rookie Jakob Poetl proves to be a better option, Josh Lewenberg of TSN Sports reports.
Nogueira will need to compete with Poetl in fall camp in order to earn a consistent bench role behind starting center Jonas Valanciunas. In the 20115-16 season, Nogueira appeared in 29 games , averaging 2.2 points and 1.6 rebounds in eight minutes per game.
When the Raptors signed Jared Sullinger, it was their intention that Sullinger would become the starting power forward while Patterson would continue from his role off of the bench. Patterson saw 26 minutes per game in the 2015-16 season, and averaged 6.9 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 1.2 assists per game. If he ends up getting the bulk of the minutes, it seems his role would only be marginally increased as he's usually the fourth or fifth offensive option on the court due to the Raptors' strong backcourt.
|2015-16 Team Leaders|
|PPG||DeMar DeRozan , SG||23.5|
|RPG||Jonas Valanciunas , C||9.1|
|APG||Kyle Lowry , PG||6.4|
|FG%||Jonas Valanciunas , C||56.5|
|FT%||DeMar DeRozan , SG||85|
|3P%||Kyle Lowry , PG||38.8|
|BLOCKS||Bismack Biyombo , C||133|
|STEALS||Kyle Lowry , PG||158|
|MPG||Kyle Lowry , PG||37|
|Full Team Statistics|
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