Montrealer earns spot with Raptors
Canada’s Chris Boucher secured one of the Toronto Raptors’ two-way contracts. The 25-yearold forward from Montreal had nine points, two rebounds and four blocks in 19 minutes of action over four pre-season games with the Raptors. The battle for the Raptors’ second two-way contract — Toronto already had Jordan Loyd picked for the first one — had been one of the biggest stories during camp. Introduced a year ago, NBA teams are allowed to carry two additional players under two-way contracts, allowing them to play for both the NBA team and its G League affiliate, in Toronto’s case, the Raptors 905. Boucher beat out Deng Adel and Eric Moreland for the two-way spot. They were both waived by Toronto Friday along with guards Kyle Collinsworth and Kay Felder.