Raptors re-sign McCaw to 2-year deal
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The Toronto Raptors have re-signed restricted free-agent guard Patrick McCaw, the team announced on Monday.

McCaw reportedly agreed to a two-year deal, league sources told The Athletic's Blake Murphy.

"Patrick is a multi-dimensional player who brings a lot of skills to our team and can play a variety of positions," said Raptors general manager Bobby Webster in a statement. "We’re really glad to have him back."

Waived by the Cleveland Cavaliers following his trade from the Golden State Warriors in January, McCaw joined the Raptors and played in 26 regular-season and 11 postseason games.

Toronto has been loading up on wing players since the departure of Kawhi Leonard, also signing Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Stanley Johnson over the weekend.

McCaw, 23, has averaged 3.7 points over 157 NBA games and has won a championship in each of his three seasons in the league.

Raptors re-sign McCaw to 2-year deal
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