In the 2017 offseason, he signed a two-way contract with the Raptors and split time with Toronto and its G League affiliate Raptors 905 during the 2017-18 season.
The Raptors announced on Sunday that the club has signed Canadian Chris Boucher and Malcolm Miller to standard National Basketball Association contracts. Per team policy, financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. The Saint Lucia native, who moved to Montreal when he was just five months old, has been one of the Raptors 905's best players in 2018-19, averaging 27.6 points, 11.1 rebounds and four blocks in 33.5 minutes per game.
Boucher recorded a (905) franchise-record 47 points on December 12 and collected 14 double-doubles in total as well.
Miller has been with the Raptors for the last two seasons, mostly playing with the Raptors 905 in the G League. He suffered a torn labrum in his right shoulder in the summer that derailed his and the team's plans.
Boucher is averaging 3.9 points, 1.8 rebounds and 5.6 minutes in 16 games with the Raptors this season.
Following an eventful trade deadline day that left the Raptors' roster a few players short, the team has added some depth up the middle with a familiar face.
The Toronto Raptors continue to fill out their roster.
The team is now accountable for approximately $20 million in luxury tax payments.