Former Pitt star Aaron Gray has made a decent living playing in the NBA. While not a star, he's been in the league several years and will be sticking around a while longer.
After a one-year deal with the Toronto Raptors ended, Gray will reportedly sign a two-year contract to stay with the team.
Gray had arguably the best year of his career averaging nearly four points and six rebounds a game. In addition to posting a career high in rebounds, he also experienced career bests in steals and minutes per game last season as a backup.
While Gray may never be a starter, he's a competent seven-footer who should have a long career if he stays healthy. He's a strong rebounder and a big body in the middle, two qualities that will always be useful in the NBA.
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