Goran Dragic

#1 PG / Toronto Raptors / EXP: 13YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 190 lb Age: 35 College: None

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    Raptors' Goran Dragic: Still on personal leave

    Goran Dragic (personal) remains out for Monday's game in Miami, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.The Toronto Raptors haven't commented on Dragic's situation since he left the team Dec. 26 to tend to a personal matter, but he's most likely played his last game with Toronto. The veteran guard hadn't appeared in any games since Nov. 13 and wasn't on track to join the rotation at any point in the near future. If Dragic does elect to resume playing this season, Toronto will presumably waive him and allow him to find an opportunity elsewhere.

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    Raptors' Goran Dragic: Return date uncertain

    Goran Dragic (personal) remained away from the team during Sunday's 144-99 loss to the Cavaliers and is without a timeline to rejoin the Toronto Raptors, Ryan Wolstat of the Toronto Sun reports.Dragic had been part of Toronto's rotation for only five of the team's first 21 games before leaving the club to tend to personal affairs. Toronto could certainly use him at the moment after the team was without 11 other players Sunday, 10 of whom are in the NBA's COVID-19 health and safety protocols. However, the club has provided no indication that Dragic is close to a return, and at this point, it wouldn't be surprising if he's played his last game with the Raptors.

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    Raptors' Goran Dragic: Steps away from team

    Toronto Raptors general manager Bobby Webster announced Sunday that Goran Dragic is out indefinitely after leaving the team to tend to an unspecified personal matter, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.Since being acquired from the Heat in August as part of the sign-and-trade deal that sent Kyle Lowry to Miami, Dragic has struggled to carve out a role with the Raptors. He started in the Raptors' season opener before moving to the bench, but he was a fixture on the second unit for only three contests before falling out of the rotation entirely. Lowry has seen the court just once in the Raptors' past 17 games, so his absence shouldn't affect how head coach Nick Nurse divvies up the minutes among the team's guards. Given his lack of a role, Dragic could be headed for a buyout at some point later this season if and when he rejoins the Raptors.

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    Raptors' Goran Dragic: Picks up spot start

    Goran Dragic will start Saturday against the Pistons, Rod Beard of The Detroit News reports.With Fred VanVleet (groin) out, Dragic will make his first appearance since Oct. 25. It's unclear what his workload will be since he had completely exited the rotation.

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    Raptors' Goran Dragic: Late move to bench

    Goran Dragic will now come off the bench in Friday's game against the Celtics, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.This move was made minutes before tipoff. He will be replaced in the starting lineup by Gary Trent. Still, the veteran logged 22 minutes as a starter in the season opener and figures to see a similar workload off the bench.

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    Raptors' Goran Dragic: Scores nine in Toronto debut

    Goran Dragic had nine points (3-7 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four assists and three rebounds across 22 minutes in Wednesday's loss against the Wizards.Dragic didn't have the most productive performance in his debut as a Raptor, but considering the team's struggles, he delivered a decent performance while also contributing as a facilitator and on the glass. The veteran should see an uptick in his numbers as long as he remains as a starter, though he's likely to be a secondary scoring option once everyone is healthy on the roster.

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    Raptors' Goran Dragic: Starting season opener

    Goran Dragic will start Wednesday's opener against the Wizards, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.When the Toronto Raptors acquired the veteran, it wasn't clear what his role would be. This is a best-case scenario, as Dragic is starting alongside Fred VanVleet in the backcourt.

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    Raptors' Goran Dragic: Out Monday, will play Tuesday

    Goran Dragic (rest) will sit out the first game of the back-to-back, but he will be available for Tuesday's contest against the Wizards, Aaron Rose of SI.com reports.Dragic will sit out Monday, but Fred VanVleet and OG Anunoby will play. Dragic's absence will allow Malachi Flynn to see some extended work with Toronto's starters.

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    Raptors' Goran Dragic: Dealt to Toronto

    Goran Dragic, along with Precious Achiuwa, has been dealt from the Heat to the Toronto Raptors in the sign-and-trade involving Kyle Lowry, independent NBA writer Marc Stein reports.The 35-year-old point guard is coming off another solid season in which he averaged 13.4 points, 4.4 assists and 3.4 rebounds in 26.7 minutes. If he stays in Toronto, he can see a similar workload and put up comparable numbers. However, there's always a chance he ends up somewhere else, as the Raptors are engaging in a rebuild, and Dragic doesn't exactly fit the timeline.

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    Heat's Goran Dragic: Team option picked up

    Goran Dragic's team option for the 2021-22 season was picked up by the Miami Heat on Sunday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.The option is for a relatively hefty $19.4 million, so it's unclear if the Heat actually plan to keep Dragic around or perhaps use his salary in a trade or a sign-and-trade this offseason. The veteran guard's production took a slight dip last season after a fantastic 2019-20 campaign, as he averaged 13.4 points, 4.4 assists, 3.4 rebounds and 1.8 three-pointers in 26.7 minutes per contest. At age 35, Dragic's best days are likely behind him, but he's hit at least 36.7 percent of his three-pointers in four of the last five seasons.

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