Chuck Hayes PF/C TOR 5 Months

Chuck Hayes did not need stitches after suffering a cut over his left eye on Sunday.

He played 14 minutes off the bench with two points, 10 boards and two fouls. Hayes is just depth for the most part and the Raptors won't need him much with Jonas Valanciunas playing well.

Chuck Hayes PF/C TOR 7 Months

Chuck Hayes picked up some extra playing time on Monday with 26 minutes against the Bobcats, scoring 12 points with 13 boards, one steal and three turnovers.

Coach Dwane Casey's team was on life support for giving up way too many easy baskets and he looked for any kind of jolt off his bench. Hayes' minutes have actually increased in each of his last five games, so this is an interesting trend. He's still only on the radar in deep leagues.

Chuck Hayes PF/C TOR 9 Months

Chuck Hayes made his Raptors debut in Friday's game against the Mavs.

Hayes played two minutes and logged only one missed field goal. He has never really been the same since his heart condition, which happened to coincide with time spent playing for the infamous Maloof family.

Chuck Hayes PF/C TOR 9 Months

Updating a previous report, Chuck Hayes will be available to make his Raptors debut on Wednesday.

Raptors coach Dwane Casey suggested that Hayes' conditioning will be a work in progress, but he's excited to have his passing in the lineup and referred to Hayes as "an excellent quarterback with the basketball." Even if he carves out a handful of minutes off the bench, Hayes won't have fantasy value in average leagues.

Chuck Hayes PF/C TOR 9 Months

The Raptors are still awaiting cardiac test results for Chuck Hayes, who is questionable to make his season debut on Wednesday.

Hayes hasn't played since Dec. 7 but the Raptors haven't sounded alarmed about his health, so hopefully the cardiac tests are merely a precaution. Raptors coach Dwane Casey suggested that Hayes' conditioning will be a work in progres, but he's excited to have his passing in the lineup and referred to Hayes as "an excellent quarterback with the basketball."

Chuck Hayes PF/C TOR 9 Months

Chuck Hayes will not be active with the Raptors because he is still waiting on a baseline cardiac test from the Cleveland Clinic.

He had a heart condition back in 2011 and has been fine since, but the trade process had him get some further evaluation. Hayes is not going to have much value with his new team and can be left on the wire in almost all leagues.

Chuck Hayes PF/C TOR 9 Months

Chuck Hayes will join the Raptors after being included in Sunday's seven-player swap involving Rudy Gay.

The veteran PF/C may carve out a spot in the frontcourt rotation, but there are no guarantees. The Raptors are more interested in clearing cap space and securing a lottery pick for the stacked 2014 draft class, so Hayes' season outlook doesn't improve with the move.

Chuck Hayes PF/C TOR 10 Months

Updating a previous report, Chuck Hayes did return to Sunday's game despite needing eight stitches above his eye after being elbowed by Marc Gasol.

He finished scoreless with three rebounds in 11 minutes vs. the Grizzlies. Hayes' toughness has never been in doubt, and his return to the game confirms that he didn't suffer a concussion or any serious damage. Unfortunately, his backup role behind DeMarcus Cousins leaves him with negligible fantasy appeal.

Chuck Hayes PF/C TOR 10 Months

Chuck Hayes took an elbow to the face in the the first quarter of Sunday's game and is questionable to return.

Marc Gasol had the ball and he gave Hayes an accidental elbow as he tried to switch the ball to the other side of his body from the triple-threat position. Hayes didn't seem to be concussed or anything, but we'll update his status as the info becomes available.

Chuck Hayes PF/C TOR Jul 16 '13

Chuck Hayes is not oppposed to the idea of a trade from the Kings and would welcome a deal if it's the right team and situation, according to Chris Haynes.

The Kings still owe over $11 million to Hayes over the next two years and they've reported been attempting to clear cap space. Hayes is an eight-year vet in the NBA and played just 16.3 minutes per game with Sacramento last season. He'll likely be a backup on almost any NBA team.