Toronto fans may still be in their feelings about Kawhi Leonard's departure, but the arrival of a new Raptor is starting to lift their spirits. The Raptors announced on Monday that the franchise has officially re-signed swingman Patrick McCaw, which might just be the best news to come out of Toronto’s camp all month. The real question is, can McCaw really compare to the Finals MVP? Apparently, he can.\nAccording to Basketball Reference, McCaw actually had a better free throw percentage this season than Leonard. 23-year-old McCaw hit 87% over Kawhi’s 85%. That doesn’t necessarily make him a better player, though. We won’t know for sure what kind of impact McCaw will have until this season starts, but you also have take into account that he’s won every NBA Finals Championship that he’s ever been a part of. He has as many rings as LeBron James, so at the very least, he’s a good luck charm.\nAccording to NBA.com, after signing with the Raptors as a free agent back in January of 2019, McCaw averaged 13 minutes, 2.7 points and 1.7 rebounds in 26 games with the Raptors. At the moment we don’t know what the Raptors are paying him for this upcoming season, but he was paid $1,876,000 this year. Compared to Kawhi’s $23,114,066 contract during the 2018-2019 season.\nIt didn’t take long for Raptors fans to take note of McCaw’s impressive stats:\n4X NBA Champion in his first 4 years? GOAT— Jordan (@19thHoleSports1) July 9, 2019\nI'd say this caption's lame after losing Kawhi but McCaw hasn't lost in 3 years LMAO We're the 2020 champs already yo!— Sacha (@SachaVibes) July 9, 2019\nIn Patric McCaw We Trust 💍— Uta Kvaratskhelia (@sukhumian) July 9, 2019\nThe real MVP— Luis Quijano (@LuisQuijano4) July 9, 2019\nGuaranteed 3peat now, locked down the true GOAT— king (@BasedGodNovah) July 9, 2019\nSome even went as far as to compare him to Kawhi:\nPatrick McCaw vs Kawhi LeonardRingsMcCaw 3Leonard 2Finals Winning %McCaw 100%Leonard 66%2018-2019 Free Throw Percentage McCaw 87%Leonard 85%AgeMcCaw 23Leonard 282018-2019 SalaryMcCaw $1,876,000Leonard $23,114,066— Mitch (@MitchWheeler19) July 7, 2019\nStats don't lie.— The Wijnaldum Role (@BeniKlopp) July 7, 2019\nMcClaw— the (@djrunar) July 8, 2019\nMcCaw Is Better.— Goon (@Riplikc) July 8, 2019\nEveryone cryin' Kawhi left but we brought back the Real Champ! 😜— Pick and Droll Man (@PickAndDrollMan) July 8, 2019\nAnd it seems as though the Raptors organization as a whole feels equally blessed to have re-signed the hidden powerhouse.\n“Patrick is a multi-dimensional player who brings a lot of skills to our team and can play a variety of positions,” Raptors general manager Bobby Webster said in a release. “We're really glad to have him back." Welcome back to the north, McCaw!