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The Toronto Raptors payed DeMarre Carroll a lot more than folks thought he deserved this offseason and now they’ve gambled by extending Terrence Ross’s contract for three years and $33 million.
The Portland-native has averaged 9.2 points through his first three years with the Raptors. The eighth pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, Ross tied the Raptors franchise scoring record when he scored 51 points against the Clippers in January of 2014. Via Yahoo Sports!
Toronto Raptors forward Terrence Ross has agreed to a three-year, nearly $33 million contract extension, league sources told Yahoo Sports.
The Raptors avoid letting Ross become a free agent next summer when the league salary cap makes a steep rise. Toronto could’ve been forced to match a more expensive offer sheet. The extension begins in the 2016-17 season.