The Toronto Raptors could really use some outside shooting. They’re 19th in the league in 3-pt percentage and the fact that winning the Atlantic Division is actually a good possibility this season, a positive move (trade-wise) would be a wise move for the Raptors front office.
It appears that they’re planning to do just that. According to numerous reports, the Raptors are in talks with the Sacramento Kings regarding former first round pick Jimmer Fredette.
Fredette has been on the trading block, for pretty much the entire season, and is an above-average 3-point shooter. The trade would makes some sense, I suppose.