Found December 09, 2011 on
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The Toronto Raptors have reportedly acquired Mickael Pietrus from the Phoenix Suns in exchange for a conditional second round pick.
Pietrus split time between the Magic and Suns last season, averaging 7.2 points, 2.2 rebounds and a field goal percentage just over 39 per cent in over 19 minutes a game.
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The Mickael Pietrus era appears to be over in Phoenix, as the Suns have agreed to trade the small forward to the Raptors for a conditional second round draft pick, according to the Toronto Star. Pietrus will need to pass the customary physical, which might get interesting considering the fact that he missed the last…
The Suns' agreement to trade swingman Mickael Pietrus to Toronto has been called off because Pietrus had slight knee swelling after a workout for the Raptors, according to Pietrus' agent Bill McCandless.
Mickael Pietrus is reportedly headed to the Raptors.
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The Raptors medical staff determined that Mickael Pietrus needed two to four more weeks to be cleared for play.
The Suns have agreed to trade Mickael Pietrus and cash to Toronto. The team is also expected to waive Vince Carter.
It appears the Toronto Raptors will not be acquiring Phoenix Suns guard Mickael Pietrus, after all.The Raptors are reportedly expected to sign veteran shooting guard Rasual Butler. The 32-year-old spent last season with the Chicago Bulls, averaging 4.7 points and 1.6 rebounds in 47 games.Butler is expected to serve as the backup to young starter DeMar DeRozan at the 2-gard position...