The Raptors have signed power forward D.J. Wilson to a multiyear contract, the team announced in a press release.
Per Michael Scotto of HoopsHype, the deal is for two years and worth the veteran’s minimum, with a guarantee of $250,000.
Wilson, 26, is 6-foot-10 and is a former first-round pick, drafted by the Bucks at No. 17 overall in 2017. He spent the first three years of his career with Milwaukee, before landing with the Rockets.
He appeared in four games with the Raptors last season after signing three 10-day contracts. He then injured his knee in March and was released.
“Currently, Toronto has 12 players on fully guaranteed standard contracts, with Dalano Banton and Armoni Brooks on partially guaranteed deals,” noted Luke Adams of Hoops Rumors. “Second-rounder Christian Koloko is also likely in line for a spot on the 15-man regular season roster, which would leave just two openings available for Banton, Brooks, Wilson, and any other free agents the Raptors may sign before the season.”