10. Fred VanVleet (4,755)
9. Jose Calderon (5,235)
8. Jonas Valanciunas (5,524)
7. Pascal Siakam (6,290)
6. Morris Peterson (6,498)
VanVleet and Calderon may have accomplished their jobs in two completely different fashions, but that didn’t stop both of them from proving themselves as worthwhile leaders in two different eras of Raptors basketball. VanVleet is going to catapult up this list with another excellent season under his belt.
It took Valanciunas a bit of time to really get going, but the Lithuanian managed to establish himself as a robust interior force on some quality teams. While he didn’t experience the thrill of a championship, he is playing the best basketball of his career with Memphis and New Orleans.
Toronto Raptors: Pascal Siakam remains an elite player.
Siakam is going to become a top-five scorer in Raptors history during the 2022-23 season, and further ascents up the all-time list should not be ruled out. Siakam was an All-NBA player last year, and he might be even better than that in his follow-up season.
Peterson was never an elite scorer during his long career with the Raptors, but being as consistent as he was for as long as he was helped him become one of Toronto’s best ever. Mo Pete would have thrived in a modern NBA catered to his exact skillset.