Raptors To Bring Oshae Brissett To Camp

Free agent forward Oshae Brissett has yet to sign a new deal yet, but the Raptors intend to bring him to training camp next week, according to Blake Murphy of The Athletic (Twitter link).

Brissett was on a two-way contract with Toronto in 2019/20 and the team issued him a qualifying offer at season’s end, making him a restricted free agent. As Murphy explains, it’s not clear whether Brissett will accept that QO (putting him on another two-way deal) or work out a new standard contract with the club, but the expectation is that he’ll be sticking around.

As a rookie in 2019/20, Brissett appeared in 19 games for the Raptors, playing mostly garbage-time minutes. The former Syracuse standout averaged 1.9 PPG and 1.4 RPG in 7.1 minutes per contest. In 30 G League games for the Raptors 905, he bumped those numbers to 14.9 PPG and 6.6 RPG in 27.8 MPG.

With Brissett back in the mix, the Raptors – who will also reportedly add Henry Ellenson, Yuta Watanabe, and Alize Johnson to their training camp roster – project to have a full 20-man squad.

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2 thoughts on “Raptors To Bring Oshae Brissett To Camp

  1. I'm a starboy not a Dr...

    Can’t be a failure if he only gets playing time due to injury or garbage time…. definitely better than Malcolm Miller who still hasn’t improved!

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