According to ESPN’s Marc Stein, the Toronto Raptors are among the teams to have expressed interest in Phoenix Suns swingman P.J. Tucker.
Tucker was originally drafted by the Raptors in the 2nd round of the 2006 NBA draft but was waived by the team less than a year later after playing just 83 minutes over 17 games for Toronto. He then played in Europe for the next five years before returning to the NBA with the Suns in 2012.
[Update 2:58pm] You can now add Markieff Morris' name to the list of potential Raptors suitors, as the team looks to fill needs at the power forward spot and depth on the wing.