The Raptors finalized a multiple-year extension with team president Masai Ujiri.
The Raptors are currently in "advanced negotiations" on a contract extension with GM Masai Ujiri.
Masai Ujiri said that he's open to all options regarding the No. 9 overall pick in the upcoming draft, although he's skeptical he can find an immediate impact player with that selection.
Thaddeus Young, Ryan Anderson, Kenneth Faried, Markieff Morris and P.J. Tucker have all been pursued this month by the Raptors, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
According to Ryan Wolstat of the Toronto Sun, the Raptors are looking for a two-way player with a lot of upside with the 20th pick in the draft.
Masai Ujiri has been hit with a $35,000 fine "using obscene language in a public setting," and the Raptors organization has been issued an additional $25,000 fine.
The Raptors will be looking for a defensive-minded small forward and a shot-blocker in this year's draft, according to GM Masai Ujiri.
Raptors GM Masai Ujiri said his team's primary needs in the draft are adding a sizable wing player and a rim-protecting big man.
Raptors GM Masai Ujiri has been fined $25,000 for making a profane comment prior to Game 1 in Toronto.
Toronto will host the 2016 NBA All-star game, the Toronto Sun reports.
Bryan Colangelo stepped down as team president but will remain as a consultant on the business side of operations.
Raptors hire Bobby Webster as VP of Basketball Management and Strategy.
Even if the Nuggets matched the offer on GM Masai Ujiri, he still would have left Denver for Toronto, according to Nuggets president Josh Kroenke.
The Raptors are aggressively pursuing Bucks assistant GM Jeff Weltman for a position in their new-look front office, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.