3. OG Anunoby (United Kingdom)
Anunoby is going to climb up this list in relatively short order if he manages to stay healthy and continue his excellent style of basketball. Born in England before relocating to Missouri, Anunoby has had an unusual path to stardom in the NBA.
Anunoby went from the No. 23 overall pick to a legitimate tertiary gunner on a team with championship aspirations. When paired with elite defense at multiple positions, his body has been the only thing keeping him from being recognized as one of the best small forwards in the league.
Toronto Raptors: OG Anunoby continues to get better.
2. Jose Calderon (Spain)
Inarguably the best point guard the Raptors ever had before Kyle Lowry came to town, Calderon gave the Raptors a solid scorer and gifted passer who spent most of his prime years north of the border. The recently retired Spanish sensation ranks high on Toronto’s all-time list for points and assists.
Calderon averaged 10.0 points and 7.2 assists per game while making his mark as one of the purest shooters in the league during that timeframe. With one more standout perimeter mate to take some of the pressure off, Calderon could have become a genuinely outstanding point guard who led his team to postseason success.