Raptors Sign Terence Davis To Two-Year Contract

JULY 11: Davis’ deal is now official, the Raptors announced today in a press release.

JULY 7: Terence Davis will join the Raptors on a two-year deal, Shams Charania of The Athletic tweets. The first-year of the deal is fully guaranteed.

Davis, who went undrafted in June out of Ole Miss, turned down multiple two-way deals with hopes of finding an NBA deal, Charania adds. Toronto will come to an agreement with the combo guard on a day where the franchise also agreed to sign Rondae Hollis-Jefferson.

Davis was playing for the Nuggets Summer League team. He had an impressive day on Sunday, scoring 22 points in Denver’s contest. Davis will no longer play for the Nuggets’ team in Las Vegas.

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3 thoughts on “Raptors Sign Terence Davis To Two-Year Contract

  1. x%sure

    Vecenie of the Athletic was raving about this guy. Good for him holding out. Plus, to a team with PT available.

    I wonder what Cavs GM Altman does with his days. They could stretch Knight and still have about $50MM capspace for 2020. Saving it for who? All the FAs in 2020 will get rich.

    • Chris

      Watched him his whole college career. Great athlete. Can disappear offensively at times so it’s best when he’s not the primary option. Can do everything. Lead ole miss in assists and rebounds and was second in scoring.

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