. . The Toronto Raptors signed a slightly guaranteed two-year deal with Center Henry Ellenson, a source told The Athletic's Blake Murphy. Strikers Yuta Watanabe and Alize Johnson have also reportedly received training camp invitations. According to Murphy, there are only 50. $ 000 guaranteed from Ellenson's deal, which makes the 23-year-old journeyman a relatively painless cut if he fails to crack the main raptor list from training camp. Since Ellenson in 2016 from the Detroit Pistons for the 18th. Overall rank was chosen, he averaged four points and two points. 4 rebounds in 9th. 2 minutes per game for his career - or 15. 7 points and 9. 3 rebounds per 36 minutes. The 23 year old Marquette product is also available from the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets. Watanabe, a 26-year-old Japanese, played 33 times in the past two seasons in a deep reserve role with the Memphis Grizzlies. The 6-foot-8 forward averaged 17. 2 points, six rebounds, 1. 9 templates, one theft and a pad of 36. 4% long ball shooting with the G League's Memphis Hustle in 2019-20. Like Watanabe, Johnson was unable to hold a constant NBA-level role with the Indiana Pacers last year but did play in the G League. The 24-year-old put up 20. 3 points, 13 rebounds, 4. 3 templates and 1. 4 steals per game with Fort Wayne Mad Ants. Training camps around the league start in December. 1. Due to international travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Raptors will play home games in Tampa at the start of the season.