During the last two seasons, Julyan Stone has had trouble getting his NBA career underway because of injuries. The former Miner point guard has seen little playing time with the Denver Nuggets but hoped to get an expanded opportunity next season. Stone might get his wish but it will be in Canada and not the Mile High City. Earlier today, he signed a two year contract to play with the Toronto Raptors. Stone will rejoin Masai Ujiri, the Raptors general manager who signed Stone to a free agent contract with the Nuggets two years ago. He can officially sign with Toronto on July 10th.

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