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Raptors sign Ronald Dupree to non-guaranteed deal

Sep 16, 2010, 6:11 PM EDT

The Raptors have given summer-league invite and NBA journeyman Ronald Dupree a non-guaranteed contract. The 29-year old forward played five combined games for the Pistons and Sonics over the course of the 2007-08 season. He has spent the last two years playing in the D-League and overseas. 

Dupree’s career averages are 3.6 points and 2.2 rebounds per game on 42.9%/41.7%/55.9% shooting. 
  1. Michael Warren - Sep 16, 2010 at 7:39 PM

    Probably won’t make the roster, since the Raptors have 15 guaranteed contracts. He may be just a another body in training camp. Ronald Dupree isn’t that type of player though. He’s more than capable of helping a team. He can play multiple positons and can provide some energy off the bench. He’s very athletic (owns a 42 inch vertical)and can get to the basket. He also works hard and that hard work is what made Joe Dumars notice him. His toughness and hard work is what landed him a spot on the Pistons back in 2004. He deserves too be on an NBA roster. He’s an athletic defemsive minded player, who can also provide some decent scoring off the bench. He’s improved his offensive game alot and has become a solid scorer and a decent shooter. He’s also a good rebounder, passer and plays the passing lanes. Hopefully the Raptors will showcase him, and maybe another team can notice him and sign him as a hustle guy off the bench.

  2. Dazarrrius - Sep 16, 2010 at 11:43 PM

    Dupree Can Play.Raptors Need To Add Him.

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