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Okay, now that we’ve got that out of the way, Yahoo Sports is reporting the Toronto Raptors have signed former Denver Nuggets guard Julyan Stone to a two-year deal.
Denver free agent guard Julyan Stone has reached agreement on a two-year deal with Toronto, league source tells Y! Sports.
An undrafted free agent, Stone has spent the past two years in Denver, however, he missed all but 28 minutes of the 2012-13 NBA season. Despite that, Stone apparently made quite the impression on new Raptors general manger Masai Ujiri who decided to sign him to the two year deal this afternoon. Ujiri of course came over from the Nuggets this offseason.
Stone played in 22 games for the Nuggets during his rookie season in 2011-12, starting two of them.
The former El Paso star has received interest from a handful of teams including the New York Knicks, Phoenix Suns and Detroit Pistons in the past prior to signing with the Nuggets out of college.