Saint Lucia: PF Chris Boucher
Saint Lucia-born and Canadian-bred, Boucher is one of the crown jewels of the Raptors’ developmental system. While he can be inconsistent, Boucher’s rise from a complete unknown to an NBA champion and well-compensated bench player is straight out of Hollywood.
Serbia: SF Peja Stojakovic
Slovenia: PG Goran Dragic
Both Stojakovic and Dragic failed to provide any sort of value to the Raptors despite the fact they have individually terrific careers. Dragic was a clutch playoff performer, and Stojakovic is one of the best shooters ever, but Toronto has very few positive memories of them.
Jose Calderon was terrific for the Toronto Raptors.
Spain: PG Jose Calderon
Calderon averaged 11.0 points and 8.1 assists per game in an eight-year stretch between 2007 and 2011, as his steady tempo and historically good free throw shooting helped him stand out as one of the few competent starters who suited up alongside prime Chris Bosh.
Venezuela: PG Greivis Vasquez
Vasquez averaged 9.5 points and 3.7 assists per game in 1.5 seasons with Toronto, which didn’t exactly help him stand out in the annals of team history. However, his best contribution to the Raptors is memorable, as he was traded away for the picks that became OG Anunoby and Norman Powell.