What's next for the Raptors?
Three-year contract extension with a player option for a fourth year kicks in next season. Cornerstone of the franchise, he keeps improving.
Three-year contract extension with a player option for a fourth year kicks in next season. Young point guard learning his way as team leader.
Under rookie contract for next three years with a team option for a fourth. Vastly improved from start of year, sky's the limit.
THE SUPPORTING CAST
Two years remaining on contract. A glue guy who might have most complete game on team.
One year remaining on contract. Could be best backup point guard in the league, comfortable with role.
Two years remaining on contract. Has to come back from serious leg injury.
One year guaranteed remaining, one year player option. Solid, if unspectacular. If Bargnani's projected as a starter, he could be moved.
THE QUESTION MARKS
Free agent this summer. It'd be a big surprise if longest-serving Raptor was in Toronto next season. May fetch good value in a sign-and-trade.
One year left on deal. Infuriates coaches with inconsistency, shocks them with athleticism, but it might be time to move him along.
One year left on rookie contract. Good backup deep in rotation, energy guy who can help if he'll be satisfied with secondary role.
One year left on contract. Good rotation player in regular season, proven scorer who can help.
A guaranteed deal for next year. He's cheap – less than $500,000 – and much more a project than a prospect. Depth guy.
Free agent in the summer. Everyone loves the guy, but not sure there'll be room at the end of the roster for him.
Free agent this summer. See Sow. Same deal, but may have enough potential that they keep him around for another look.
Free agent this summer. If he wants to play another year as a de facto coach, they should bring him back; if he wants to coach, they should add him to the staff.