The Toronto Raptors’ summer league has officially come to an end.
Overall they finished with a 3-2 record in Las Vegas and actually made quite a bit of noise around the association, primarily due to the stellar play of Jonas Valanciunas.
Also contributing to that buzz were some monster dunks from Quincy Acy and the signing of point guard Dwight Buycks, as reported by the team's Twitter account. All in all, it was a very noteworthy summer league for Toronto, despite the absence of any new rookies.
So far, only Buycks has been signed from the summer league squad.
However, that could still change in the coming days, especially considering the lack of depth on the Raptors' bench.
Either way, this was undoubtedly a positive summer league run for the Raptors. With the exception of one particular shooting guard (who we'll discuss later), the players that needed to step up all played exceptionally well and demonstrated their commitment to improvement, which is refreshing to see on such a young squad.