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Fred VanVleet Is Reportedly Staying With The Raptors For Another 4 Years

Kyle Lowry got hyped on Instagram about this.
Fred VanVleet Has Reportedly Re-Signed With The Toronto Raptors For Another 4 Years

It's being reported that Fred VanVleet has re-signed with the Toronto Raptors for four more years.

According to Shams Charania, an NBA insider, writer and analyst for The Athletic and Stadium, VanVleet is staying with the team for a little while longer.

He tweeted that VanVleet's agent said the player has agreed to a four-year and $85 million deal to re-sign with the Raps.

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$85 million reportedly how much money VanVleet resigned for

Teammate Kyle Lowry seemed to congratulate VanVleet on Instagram after Charania tweeted about the reported deal.

He posted an old photo of his teammate on the court along with before and after shots from when he broke his tooth during the 2019 playoffs and then got it fixed.

"This day has legit come from blood sweet and broken teeth," Lowry said in his post.

He also noted that since day one he knew that VanVleet was special and he's so happy for him.

The Raptors will be playing their home games for the 2020-21 season in Tampa Bay, Florida.

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The 27-year-old NBA star told reporters during a post-game interview on Wednesday that he's become somewhat of a drill sergeant to his new teammates.

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VanVleet Just Got Suspended After Joining An On-Court Brawl Started By OG Anunoby (VIDEO)

VanVleet acknowledged the punishment with a single "Lol" on Twitter.

Raptors point guard Fred VanVleet has been given a suspension alongside DeAndre’ Bembry and the Lakers’ Talen Horton-Tucker for leaving the bench to join an on-court brawl.

The NBA says that the brawl was started by Raptor OG Anunoby grabbing Dennis Schröder's leg and flipping him and has been fined $30,000 for the incident.

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Toronto Raptors Fred VanVleet Reportedly Tested Positive For COVID-19

"I wouldn't wish it on anybody," he reportedly told journalists.

As it turns out, Toronto Raptor Fred VanVleet has had a good reason to miss the last few weeks of NBA games. 

Reports by Sportsnet's Michael Grange claim that VanVleet told reporters after a practice on Tuesday that he had tested positive for COVID-19.

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Par-Lay: The Fred VanVleet Story will follow the Raptors guard's rise to success and show fans how he went from an NCAA recruit to the highest-paid undrafted NBA free agent ever.

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