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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No. 19-13: Between 100 and 200

Thaddeus Young, Jontay Porter, Jalen McDaniels, Ochai Agbaji, Malachi Flynn, Jordan Nwora, Precious Achiuwa

This next group of players are in three main groups: they are new to the team, they left the team, or they play low-usage roles. Ochai Agbaji has played solid minutes since joining the Raptors but only appeared in 21 games; he has scored 143 points on the season, ranking 16th. Jordan Nwora arrived a few games earlier and hasn't been injured, accruing 26 games and 191 points.

On the other hand, Precious Achiuwa, Malachi Flynn and Thaddeus Young are no longer with the team; Achiuwa led the way in this group with 193 points in 25 appearances, and has played even better since joining the New York Knicks. Finally, Jontay Porter and Jalen McDaniels have been around but play a small enough role that they haven't scored a substantial number of points.

No. 12-8: Points Were Scored

Kelly Olynyk, Bruce Brown, Chris Boucher, Gradey Dick, OG Anunoby

This next group have all scored between 250 and 408 points this season. Chris Boucher has played in 50 games but played a small enough offensive role he only got to 322 points on the year. Gradey Dick has seen his role increase as the year has gone on, so he has 399 points in 52 appearances but should add to that total in the final weeks of the season.

Kelly Olynyk and Bruce Brown have not been high-volume scorers since joining the team midseason but have scored enough to get into the 200s, while on the flip side OG Anunoby put up 408 points in 27 games before he was traded to the New York Knicks.

No. 7-4: Give Me the Ball

Jakob Poeltl, RJ Barrett, Immanuel Quickley, Dennis Schroder

Right off the batt, one of these things is not like the other; Jakob Poeltl is hardly a perimeter guard with the ball in his hands. Yet his combination of volume (50 games) and activity around the basket have given him enough points to cross the 500 mark (555, to be precise). That kicks off this group who have all scored between 555 and Schroder's 698.

Dennis Schroder started 33 of his 51 games, essentially staying healthy all year right up until he was traded to the Brooklyn Nets. He got to the line often, shot decently well from deep and was incredibly active in the Raptors' offense. His replacement was Immanuel Quickley, who in 32 games has racked up 567 points, just ahead of Barrett's 562 in just 27 games. If both can return in the next couple of games they could push up and potentially pass Schroder for fourth place on this list.