Toronto Raptors: Potential buyout candidates to consider signing

TORONTO, ON - MAY 05: Kyle Lowry
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TORONTO, ON – MAY 27: Channing Frye /

Channing Frye

A familiar name to Raptors’ fans and not for a good reason. Frye owns a .450 three-point percentage against the Raptors in his career; something about playing against Toronto seems to get him going.

In the 2017 playoff series against the Raptors, Frye had a .643 percentage from beyond the arc and a ,583 percentage in 2016. If there is a player that can make shots when given opportunities, it is Frye.

He was a part of the deconstruction of the Cleveland Cavaliers roster at the trade deadline and did not take the news too kindly.

The Raptors could look at Fyre as a three-point shooting option, with Marco Belinelli off the market. What better way to ensure the Cavaliers do not move on in the postseason than with a player who was sent packing.

Any contending team would take the experience that Frye provides, especially with the production he is capable of with limited minutes. The obvious complication is what the Los Angeles Lakers decide to do with the 34-year old.

Frye plays predominantly as a center and a power forward, which would give the Toronto Raptors some flexibility to have an offensive option in the rotation with his size.