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Raptors sign guard Carton to two-way contract

D.J. Carton Toronto Raptors D.J. Carton - The Canadian Press

The Toronto Raptors have signed guard D.J. Carton to a two-way contract, TSN's Josh Lewenberg reports. 

The move fills up a roster spot that opened when the team converted guard Javon Freeman-Liberty's contract to a multi-year deal on Friday.

Lewenberg notes that Carton was on a 10-day contract, meaning Saturday's move frees up a spot on the regular 15-man roster.

Carton, 23, has appeared in two games since inking a 10-day deal with Toronto on Feb. 21, contributing eight points and two assists in a total of 11 minutes played. 

The Pineville, N.C. native went undrafted and previously signed Exhibit 10 contracts with both the Charlotte Hornets and Minnesota Timberwolves. He did not appear in a regular season game for either team.

The Raps will be back in action on Sunday when they host the Charlotte Hornets at Scotiabank Arena.