Raptors Sign Justin Dentmon

9:57am: The team has confirmed, via press release, that it's a 10-day contract.

9:37am: Scott Schroeder of Ridiculous Upside tweets that the team has finalized the signing. No word yet on whether the deal is for 10 days or the rest of the season.

WEDNESDAY, 11:04am: The Raptors are hoping to sign Justin Dentmon by week's end, according to Marc Stein of ESPN.com (via Twitter). Scott Schroeder of Ridiculous Upside reports that the Raptors previously tried to call up Dentmon, but the University of Washington alum had already agreed to a 10-day deal with the Spurs (Twitter link).

As our 10-day tracker shows, Dentmon signed with the Spurs on March 24th, though the team terminated his contract early, according to RealGM's transactions log. Either way, Dentmon's 10-day deal would have expired by now, and it doesn't appear San Antonio is interested in bringing him back. The 26-year-old, who appeared in two games for the Spurs, has since rejoined the D-League's Austin Toros.

The Raptors currently have two guards on 10-day contracts, but both Alan Anderson's and Ben Uzoh's deal are set to expire this week, so perhaps Toronto will sign Dentmon to replace one of the two.

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