“As much as the 905 has a hand in developing our young Raptors on the court, it plays equally as large of a role in the development of our up-and-coming staff members. Chad becomes just the latest in an already long line of Raptors staffers to utilize the 905 to move up within our ranks,” said Tolzman. “After just one season as a member of our team, Chad showed us he was capable of taking on this challenge.”
Sanders worked with the Dominican Republic’s program from 2011-17, promoted from the national team’s director of operations to general manager in 2015. The team’s world ranking climbed 10 spots during his tenure, from 27th to 17th, and finished 13th at the 2014 FIBA World Cup.