After staying relatively quiet during free agency, the Toronto Raptors have started the 66-game season without making much of a splash towards upgrading the young roster.
As usual, Toronto's off-season additions looked solid on paper, but the group has been mediocre thus far.
It was hoped that veteran big men Jamal Magloire and Aaron Gray would be able to give Toronto some inside presence for at least 20-24 minutes each, but so far Magloire has only managed to stay on the court for 13.2 minutes per game while Gray is yet to make his regular season debut after experiencing a rapid heart rate in practice.
The NBA trade market has changed considerably since the start of the season and there are a number of teams that still need to balance out their rosters.
Toronto is not free of imperfections either, as they try to compete using the same undersized front court duo that crowned them dead last in defense last year.
Despite this, they have been putting up a very good fight in their games and could be one or two pieces away from becoming defensive headaches for opposing teams.
Now, we'll take a look at some very intriguing prospects that could be plugged right into Dwane Casey's rotation and make a difference.