20. Jalen Rose (2,862)
19. OG Anunoby (3,144)
18. Serge Ibaka (3,243)
17. Terrence Ross (3,432)
16. Norman Powell (3,463)
Rose joined up with Toronto a few years after his prime to play with Vince Carter, and he managed to whittle away for the better part of three seasons. There were plenty of problems Toronto had during that time, but Rose’s smooth scoring was undoubtedly not one of them.
Anunoby is going to vaunt close to the top 10 if he manages to stay healthy. A dominant two-way defender who has improved his offense every year in which he’s been in the league, injuries over the last two years have been the only thing putting a somewhat hard cap on his ability to rewrite the record books.
Toronto Raptors: OG Anunoby is becoming a great scorer.
Ibaka was one of many role players that helped put Toronto over the top during their championship run. A shot-blocker who can shoot, he got some big buckets for Nick Nurse’s squad in what became an absolute gauntlet of a postseason schedule.
Ross and Powell came into the NBA on entirely different paths, as Ross was a lottery pack and Powell was taken near the end of the second round. Nevertheless, both of them had some noteworthy moments in Raptors’ colors, especially championship holdovers like the always-clutch Powell.