7. Jose Calderon (456)
6. Vince Carter (554)
5. Andrea Bargnani (571)
4. Terrence Ross (598)
Calderon is one of the few somewhat noteworthy names who continued to choose the Raptors in free agency. While he made his mark as a brilliant passer, Calderon’s ability to shoot made him a worthwhile running mate for Chris Bosh when he was running the show in Toronto.
The mercurial Carter, like Calderon, came up in the wrong era. Not only would his jaw-dropping athletic ability have made him a social media darling, but his 3-point shooting ability would have been even more prized. Scoring 30 points per game and being ranked in the top three on this list would not be out of the question.
Toronto Raptors: Vince Carter was an elite shooter.
Bargnani may not have left Toronto with tons of goodwill behind him or fulfilled all of the hype behind him as a top draft prospect, but his career was still relatively impressive. He was able to be an effective scorer for large chunks of his time in Toronto, even though he never took them over the hump.
Coming to Toronto just as the league’s 3-point craze was starting to take off, Ross was able to benefit by being given a fairly green light early in his career. While he didn’t stick around for the championship run, he did a ton of good during his time north of the border.