McCaw signed a two-year contract with the Raptors on Monday, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
McCaw joined the Raptors midway through the 2018-19 season and appeared in 37 total games for the NBA champions between the regular and postseason. McCaw played a fairly limited role for Toronto last year, but with the departure of Kawhi Leonard to the Clippers and Danny Green to the Lakers, he could be in line for additional minutes off the bench next season.
McCaw (personal) is active for Saturday's Game 6 against the Bucks, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
Murphy previously indicated that McCaw had rejoined the team but was still listed as out for Saturday, though that no longer appears to be the case. Regardless, McCaw is unlikely to play a significant role as he hasn't seen game action since May 9 and averaged only 5.1 minutes in the playoffs before missing time due to the personal matter.
McCaw (personal) is listed as out for Saturday's Game 6 matchup with Milwaukee, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
McCaw has rejoined the team but will not be available to play as the Raptors have a chance to clinch a berth to the NBA Finals. The 23-year-old hasn't seen game action since May 9 and it's unclear if or when the team expects him to retake the court.
McCaw (personal) is listed as out Thursday for the Raptors' Game 5 matchup with the Bucks.
McCaw hasn't seen any postseason action in two weeks and is uncertain to rejoin the Raptors before the Eastern Conference Finals concludes. Even if he makes it back for Game 6 or any contests that might follow, McCaw won't hold a major role in coach Nick Nurse's rotation.
McCaw (personal) will not be available for Tuesday's Game 4 against Milwaukee, Ryan Wolstat of the Toronto Sun reports.
McCaw hasn't played since Game 6 against Philadelphia, and at this point it's unclear if the Raptors expect to get him back at any point during the postseason.
McCaw (personal) is listed as out for Sunday's Game 3 against Milwaukee.
It'll be the third straight absence for McCaw, who continues to deal with a personal matter.
McCaw (personal) is out for Friday's Game 2 against the Bucks, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
McCaw will miss a second straight game due to a personal issue. The situation shouldn't affect the Raptors' rotation much, as he has yet to see double-digit minutes in any playoff game.
McCaw will not play Wednesday in Game 1 against the Bucks due to a personal matter.
As of Tuesday night, McCaw was expected to be available, but that's no longer the case, and the Raptors will not have his services off the bench. McCaw saw time in five of seven games against the Sixers in Round 2, but he played mostly in mop-up duty, logging just 25 total minutes for the series.
McCaw (thumb) logged three minutes off the bench in Sunday's 107-85 win over the Magic in Game 4 of the series. He recorded a foul and no other statistics during the appearance.
The thumb injury cost McCaw the final six contests of the regular season and the first two games of the series. McCaw received the green light to play in Game 3, but ultimately wasn't used with that contest being decided by five points. The blowout victory allowed coach Nick Nurse to empty the bench Sunday, but it's not expected that McCaw will be a regular fixture in the rotation now that he's healthy again.
McCaw (thumb) will be available for Friday's Game 3 against the Magic, Eric Smith of Sportsnet 590 The Fan reports.
As expected, McCaw will be available to play for the first time in nearly three weeks. Head coach Nick Nurse did say he wants to get McCaw on the floor, but it will likely be contingent on game flow. If McCaw does get minutes, expect them to be fairly limited.
Head coach Nick Nurse said McCaw (thumb) is probable for Friday's game against the Magic, Eric Koreen of The Athletic reports.
McCaw has not played since March 30, but it looks like the swingman will be making his playoff debut for the Raptors on Friday night. Look for McCaw's status to be confirmed at some point prior to tip-off.
McCaw (thumb) is questionable for Friday's Game 3 in Orlando, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
As of Wednesday, the expectation was that McCaw would be available for Friday's contest, but the Raptors aren't willing to declare him as active just yet. If McCaw is available to play Friday, he will likely be used in a limited fashion off the bench.
McCaw (thumb) is expected to be available for Friday's Game 3 against the Magic, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
McCaw has been out since March 30 due to a thumb injury. Since joining the Raptors in mid-January, he's averaged 2.7 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.0 assist in 13.3 minutes. It's unclear if he'll see his usual workload in Game 3, but if he does, Norman Powell could see fewer minutes off the bench.
McCaw (thumb) will not play during Tuesday's Game 2 against the Magic, Ryan Wolstat of the Toronto Sun reports.
It was thought McCaw might be able to return from a thumb injury, which has kept him out since March 30. However, he'll need some more time to recover. Tentatively, he should be considered questionable for Friday's Game 3 in Orlando.
McCaw (thumb) will be a game-time decision for Game 2 against the Magic on Tuesday.
McCaw managed to take part in Sunday's practice, although it's surprising that he's been slapped with a questionable tag, as the Raptors didn't expect him to return until Game 3 at the earliest. While he seems unlikely to take the court for Game 2, the fact that he was tagged as questionable gives off the impression that he's closer to playing than initially thought.
McCaw (thumb) practiced Sunday, Josh Lewenberg of TSN.ca reports.
It appears as though McCaw is nearing a return, as he was able to practice with his splint off Sunday. Coach Nick Nurse stated that he doesn't think McCaw is game ready just yet however, but the Raptors are expecting him back sometime soon. McCaw will likely be sidelined for Game 2 on Tuesday but has a slim shot at returning in time for Game 3.
McCaw sprained his thumb and will be in a splint for three weeks, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
McCaw presumably sustained the injury in Thursday's victory over the Knicks. His timeline for recovery indicates he will be unlikely to return until Round 2 of the playoffs. He has averaged just 14.5 minutes per game since the All Star break, so his absence does not figure to impact the rotation too much.
McCaw scored two points (1-2 FG, 0-1 3Pt) in 11 minutes during Sunday's 115-114 loss to the Hornets.
McCaw has seen double-digit minutes in nine of 11 March matchups, but he has reached double figures in scoring just once this month. His defense gets him on the court, but McCaw's minimal statistical production limits his value to the deepest leagues.
McCaw will start Sunday, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
With teammate Kawhi Leonard (rest) inactive for Sunday's matchup, McCaw will slide into the starting lineup and will likely see an increased role at Miami.
McCaw finished with zero points (0-1 FG, 0-1 3Pt), two rebounds, and one assist in 11 minutes during Friday's 120-117 win over the Spurs.
McCaw returned to the lineup following a one-game absence with a shoulder injury. However, he saw the least minutes among the 10 Raptors who saw the floor and was the only one who didn't score a single point. McCaw's ability to defend has helped him earn double-digit minutes in five straight appearances. However, he has gone scoreless in three of those five tilts.
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