(Indianapolis, IN) - Former Pacer Tyler Hansbrough has reportedly finalized a multi-year deal with the Toronto Raptors, according to ESPN.
Hansbrough became an unrestricted free agent after the Pacers withdrew their qualifying offer, allowing the 27-year-old power forward to test the open market.
Hansbrough averaged nine-points and almost five-rebounds in four-seasons with the Pacers.
The league wide moratorium on player business is lifted today and teams can begin signing players to new contracts.
David West is expected to sign a 3-year, 36-million dollar contract with Indiana.
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