3. DeMar DeRozan (2,078)
2. Jose Calderon (3,778)
1. Kyle Lowry (4,277)
Even though DeRozan was a ball-dominant wing who excelled as an isolation scorer, he wasn’t above kicking out to a player like Lowry on the perimeter to dropping it off to Jonas Valanciunas in the paint. No Raptors all-time list would be complete without an appearance from DeMar.
While Calderon might not have had the highest ceiling in the world, there’s something to be said for his rock-solid, always consistent presence in the Raptors’ starting lineup. Calderon may not have got his due thanks to a lack of postseason success, but his numbers with Toronto hold up to this day.
Toronto Raptors: Kyle Lowry stands alone
Did you really expect anyone else at the top of this list? Lowry was the main catalyst behind the most successful decade of basketball in franchise history, leading the team to a championship when Kawhi Leonard’s dominant style mixed with No. 7’s leadership skills.
It’s going to take a near herculean effort for a player to overtake or supersede Lowry’s impact on the franchise. Lowry built the bulk of a Hall of Fame career in Toronto, and he did it by being the steady leader at point guards other GMs would throw their mothers in front of a bus for.