3. Kyle Lowry (2,954)
2. Jonas Valanciunas (3,961)
1. Chris Bosh (4,776)
How many franchises can claim to have a 6-0 point guard who arrived in town at age 26 in the top three on their rebounding list? Lowry’s ability to impact the game showed up in this area, as his penchant for triple-doubles was uncommon for a guard with his physical limitations.
Valanciunas is another Raptor who had to be jettisoned to make a title run, but he still built a nice legacy for himself in Toronto. Still a well above-average starting center in this league, the Lithuanian was a rock on many of Dwane Casey’s best teams over the years.
Toronto Raptors: Chris Bosh reigns supreme.
Unless you’ve been living without internet access on a remote Micronesian island chain for the last 15 seasons, the Raptors and Bosh had something of a messy divorce when he left for the Heat. While some aren’t over it, Bosh at his best was one of the best players Toronto ever had.
The first player who played the bulk of his career with the Raptors to earn induction into the Hall of Fame, Bosh ranks high on the scoring list in addition to outclassing even other future Hall of Famers in rebounding. Siakam’s goal for the next few seasons should be breaking all of Bosh’s records.