Breaking News: Toronto Raptors Confirm The Signing Of Another Top Talented Star

The point guard for the Raptors has been locked up.

The Raptors are set to sign Immanuel Quickley to a five-year contract worth approximately $175 million (U.S.), per a report by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Ever since Quickley, 25, and RJ Barrett were acquired by Toronto from the New York Knicks in exchange for OG Anunoby and Precious Achiuwa in December of last year, it was anticipated that the six-foot-three guard would remain the team’s long-term quarterback.

In 38 starts with the Raptors, Quickley averaged 18.6 points, 6.8 assists, and 4.8 rebounds, demonstrating that he was more than capable of carrying the load.
The 24-year-old Barrett and 22-year-old Scottie Barnes provide the core of a young roster that the Maryland native helped to create for the future.

However, with Quickley under contract for roughly $35 million a season, Barnes set to sign a contract extension worth over $50 million in 2025–2026, and Barrett with three years and almost $80 million remaining on his deal, it appears that the Raptors will be strong candidates to retain Gary Trent Jr. when his deal expires on Monday.

In addition, Wojnarowski reports that the Raptors have chosen to exercise Bruce Brown’s $23 million, one-year option, potentially turning him into a lucrative trade asset with a deal that is about to expire.

Bobby Webster, general manager of the Raptors, stated on Thursday, “We’ll get to work on that.” “Definitely gave it some thought, given our financial situation and flexibility, among other factors.

“But those two guys have a big task ahead of them.”

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