10:43 AM ET 06.02 | So here's what's his mentor, Bryan Colangelo, has left behind in real terms for the new Raptors general manager, Masai Ujiri. A wonky team of parts that don't fit. No cap space. No draft picks. And a busted first overall pick who needs to be traded and traded fast. With friends and team presidents like that, who needs enemies? Which is probably why the Raptors had to pay Ujiri six times more than his Denver salary to bring him to Toronto. And he will need to start on the job sprinting with so much to do, a decision necessary on coach Dwane Casey and his staff, the consideration on where to go with Rudy Gay's rather enormous contract, and the determination how you go forward with the singular Kyle Lowry at the point guard, not to mention whether you want to live with DeMar DeRozan's sweet long-term deal. Ujiri has signed on for five years and he has about that much work to do in his first summer on the job.