Toronto Raptors Sign Another Big-Man

The Toronto Raptors are doing whatever they can to prepare themselves for life without Marc Gasol and Serge Ibaka and have reportedly signed center, Alex Len to help fill-in for next season.

The move sees the Raps add another 7-footer to their rotation, after the team already signed Aron Baynes to a deal late last week.  

Len is 27, once a 5th overall pick by the Phoenix Suns. The big-man has played for the Suns, Atlanta Hawks and last season was traded to the Sacramento Kings, where he finished the year.

Last year he finished the year by averaging eight points and 5.8 rebounds and could see his role increase with the thin Raptors lineup.

Len, who resides from Ukraine, joins the Raptors who are full of international flavor and takes his talents north of the border. 

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