The Toronto Raptors are reportedly eyeing bringing one of the league's brightest Canadian stars back homes.
According to Josh Lewenberg of TSN, the Raptors are "closely monitoring" the Shai Gilgeous-Alexander situation out in OKC, where the Toronto-born star may grow tired of being a part of a rebuilding team.
It's been a pretty quiet offseason up north, as the Raptors haven't made many moves after trying to get into the Kevin Durant business; and are instead choosing to mostly bank on their internal development.
Toronto certainly has some talent, between Scottie Barnes, Pascal Siakam and Fred VanVleet and a very good coach in Nick Nurse. But two of their three stars could get very expensive in a hurry.
If the Raptors were to land Gilgeous-Alexander, they'd be getting one of the most skilled and lengthy young guards in the game.