Ranking this year's Toronto Raptors by total points scored: Surprising name in third

Chris Boucher, Scottie Barnes, Gary Trent Jr., R.J. Barrett, Toronto Raptors
Chris Boucher, Scottie Barnes, Gary Trent Jr., R.J. Barrett, Toronto Raptors / Mark Blinch/GettyImages
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The Toronto Raptors have put their entire roster in a blender, hit the button, and watched it spin and churn and be chopped all to bits. From massive trades to waiving players to seemingly endless injuries, the Raptors have gone through a lot of players this season.

29 players have checked into a game for Toronto, which doesn't even count players on the roster for some amount of time who didn't play in a game, like Spencer Dinwiddie. NBA rosters max out at 15 standard contracts and another three two-way slots, so the Raptors came very close to employing the equivalent of two separate rosters this year.

Which players scored the most points for the team this season? The No. 1 player may not surprise you, but No. 3 likely will. Let's sort all 29 players by total points this year, starting with a couple of scoreless cameos at the bottom of the ledger.

No. 29-28: Scoreless

Kira Lewis Jr. and Ron Harper Jr.

The Toronto Raptors briefly employed the services of Kira Lewis Jr., a dynamic young point guard whose career never got off the ground due to injury; he was routed to the Utah Jazz in the Kelly Olynyk deal. Ron Harper Jr. was on a two-way contract before undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery. Each played in a single game this season.

No. 27-20: A Few Points

Markquis Nowell, Kobi Simmons, D.J. Carton, Mouhamadou Gueye, Otto Porter Jr., Jahmi'us Ramsey, Garrett Temple, Javon Freeman-Liberty

This collection of players each appeared in at least one game and scored points of some kind, ranging from Markquis Nowell's two points to Javon Freeman-Liberty's 51. Most of this group won't be adding to their totals due to injury or no longer being on the team, but Freeman-Liberty has recently been starting for the team and should push his total higher in the coming games.