15. Alvin Williams (3,876)
14. Damon Stoudamire (3,917)
13. Amir Johnson (3,957)
12. Antonio Davis (3,994)
11. Doug Christie (4,448)
Williams and Stoudamire had their names plastered all over the Raptors’ guard record books until Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan came along. Williams was a reliable distributor and finisher before his injuries, while Stoudamire was a dominant show-stopper in his three-season stint. If only he didn’t request a trade so early.
Johnson was never a star player, but he was hoovering up rebounds as both a deputy to Chris Bosh and a fixture for Casey’s early Raptors. In six solid seasons, Johnson has established himself as one of the most consistent performers and beloved players the team ever had.
Toronto Raptors: Antonio Davis was a star.
Davis is one of the few non-Carter players who managed to make an All-Star team in the pre-Bosh era. While he wasn’t playing for championships like he was in Indiana, the Raptors would certainly take five years of quality center play over the career of noted draft bust Jonathan Bender.
Christie is another early Raptors player who became more well-known after leaving Toronto thanks to his exploits with the Kings. Despite that, he put forward so many respectable years in the chaotic early times of this franchise that his career should be looked back on fondly.