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14) Dwight Buycks, PG
Dwight Buycks has never played one minute of regular season NBA basketball. He went undrafted in 2011, and he's currently ranked as the third-string point guard on the team depth chart. I should also mention that his last name is unpronounceable to 99 percent of fans who read it for the first time.
For the record, it's pronounced Bikes.
By default, Buycks has to be ranked last on this list because of his aforementioned résumé. There's no guarantee that the minutes are going to be there for the 24-year-old rookie, so it's difficult to imagine him having much of an impact, if at all.
He's currently outperforming D.J. Augustin in preseason action, so perhaps Buycks can shock some people and steal some playing time from the five-year veteran guard. His 23.0 points in the Las Vegas Summer League proved that he can play the game of basketball. All he needs now is further opportunities to showcase what he can really do.
13) Austin Daye, SG/SF
I'd say Bruce and Kris Jenner have a better chance of reconciling their marriage than Austin Daye does of becoming a regular member of the rotation. There are simply too many mouths to feed at the wing positions. Daye is at the bottom of that food chain.
He's only averaged seven or more points in a season once (7.5 in 2011) in his four-year NBA career. He also hasn't shot higher than 45.0 percent from the field since his rookie year with Detroit when he shot 46.4 percent.
You can do a heck of a lot worse than Austin Daye as the 13th or 14th guy on your roster. He can shoot from long range, defend the perimeter and use his 7'2" wingspan to block shots.
Will he see the court long enough for that to happen? Probably not.
12) Aaron Gray, C
Aaron Gray is the only true center on this roster that isn't named Jonas Valanciunas. That goes to show just how weak the depth is at the 5-spot.
That's not meant to be a slight against him, but the Raptors could certainly use a little more help in the frontcourt.
He's a big body who can clog the lane and score garbage buckets around the basket. According to 82games.com, opponents only shot 34.2 percent against Gray in the paint, so he does bring some value on the defensive end.
Where Gray really makes his presence known is in the locker room. The coaching staff and his teammates continuously praise him for his constant professionalism both on and off the court. You can never have too many guys like that.
11) Quincy Acy, SF/PF
The plan this season was for head coach Dwane Casey to play Quincy Acy more at small forward for matchup purposes. He can use his strength and quickness to become a shutdown defender at a position that is seeing larger players start and finish games.
You're still going to see that from time to time, but even at an undersized 6'7", Acy's true passion lies in playing power forward.
There's a lot to like about Acy's game. His physical play is endearing to fans, he's regularly crashing the boards and his energy is always at a high level. He even has a nice touch from the free-throw line, nailing 81.6 of his attempts from the charity stripe.
You can start to see Acy slowly carving out a nice little fanbase for himself with the Raptors. That's because Torontonians love players who bust their tails and compete with enthusiasm and emotion. That pretty much describes Acy to a tee.