Rookie DeMar DeRozan wowed the crowd with a couple of huge dunks, and new forward Reggie Evans showed some of the hard-nosed defence that he's known for.
Raptors fans got their first glimpse of Toronto's remade roster Saturday as the Raptors capped their training camp with an intrasquad game.
DeRozan scored a game-high 13 points including a huge alley-oop dunk from Marcus Banks that had the 1,200 fans at Ravens Nest gym at Carleton University cheering.
Evans, acquired in an off-season trade from Philadelphia, finished with 13 rebounds and nine points.
Marco Belinelli finished with 12 points, while Andrea Bargnani had 10.
The Raptors opened camp with 10 new faces on the roster, the only returnees from this time last year being Chris Bosh, Jose Calderon and Bargnani.
Neither Bosh nor Hedo Turkoglu played in the scrimmage. Both spent training camp nursing nagging ailments. Bosh strained a hamstring earlier this month running on the treadmill back home in Dalllas, while the Raptors staff decided to rest Turkoglu after a busy summer spent playing for Turkey.
The Raptors open the pre-season Tuesday against Philadelphia in London, Ont., then host the Sixers at the Air Canada Centre on Wednesday.
NOTES: The Raptors presented Carleton officials with a cheque for $15,000 to go to the athletic department's scholarship program.