Toronto Raptors accomplishments and records

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This page details the all-time statistics, records, and other achievements pertaining to the Toronto Raptors.

Contents

Individual accomplishments[edit]

All-NBA[edit]

First team:

  • None

Second team:

Third team:

All-NBA Defensive Team: First team:

  • None

Second team:

  • None

All-Star[edit]

All-Star Rookie Game[edit]

All-Star Rising Stars Challenge Game (formerly known as All-Star Rookie/Sophomore Challenge Game)[edit]

Slam Dunk champion[edit]

Three Point Shootout champion[edit]

NBA Most Valuable Player[edit]

  • none

NBA Finals Most Valuable Player[edit]

  • None

Retired Jerseys[edit]

  • None

Coach of the Year[edit]

Executive of the Year[edit]

Rookie of the Year[edit]

Sixth Man of the Year[edit]

All-Rookie[edit]

Andrea Bargnani, Toronto's number one pick in the 2006 NBA Draft, made the All-Rookie Team in 2007.

First team:

Second team:

Conference Player of the Week*[edit]

  • Chris Bosh (7 – 3 January 2005; 30 January 2006; 26 March 2007; 7 January 2008; 28 October 2008; 1 February 2010; 5 April 2010)[3]
  • Vince Carter (7 – 21 March 1999; 15 November 1999; 21 February 2000; 25 February 2001; 5 November 2001; 1 December 2003; 15 March 2004)[1]
  • Kyle Lowry (2 – 27 January 2014; 8 December 2014)
  • Mike James (1 – 2 January 2006)
  • Jalen Rose (1 – 22 February 2005)
  • Louis Williams (1 – 17 November 2014)

Conference Player of the Month*[edit]

Conference Rookie of the Month*[edit]

Conference Coach of the Month*[edit]

Eurobasket[edit]

Jorge Garbajosa represented Spain at Eurobasket 2007.

Eurobasket 2007:

Eurobasket 2011:

Eurobasket 2013:

World Championship[edit]

2002 FIBA World Championship:

2003 FIBA Americas Championship:

2006 FIBA World Championship:

2010 FIBA World Championship:

2014 FIBA World Championship:

Olympics[edit]

1996 Summer Olympics:

2000 Summer Olympics:

2008 Summer Olympics:

2012 Summer Olympics:

*Note: Beginning with the 2001–02 season the NBA began selecting a Player of the Week, Player of the Month and Rookie of the Month in both the Eastern and Western Conference. Beginning with the 2002–03 season the NBA began selecting a Coach of the Month in both the Eastern and Western Conference. Prior to selecting a winner in each conference a single winner for the entire league was selected for each of the aforementioned awards.

NBA records set by Toronto Raptors[edit]

Team records[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

  • No records

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Regular season[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

Other records[edit]

Franchise records for regular season[edit]

Games played[edit]

Most games played[edit]

(Correct as of 17 April 2015)

  1. Morris Peterson – 542[27]
  2. José Calderón – 525[23]
  3. Chris Bosh – 509[28]
  4. Amir Johnson – 451[29]
  5. DeMar DeRozan – 443[30]
  6. Andrea Bargnani – 433[31]
  7. Alvin Williams – 417
  8. Vince Carter – 403[32]
  9. Doug Christie – 314
  10. Antonio Davis – 310

Most consecutive games played[edit]

  1. Morris Peterson – 371, between 12 February 2002 and 22 November 2006[33]

Minutes[edit]

Most minutes played[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Chris Bosh – 18,814[28]
  2. Morris Peterson – 16,060[27]
  3. Vince Carter – 15,114[32]
  4. José Calderón – 14,908[23]
  5. DeMar DeRozan – 13,288[30]
  6. Andrea Bargnani – 13,131[31]
  7. Alvin Williams – 11,738
  8. Doug Christie – 10,918
  9. Antonio Davis – 10,808
  10. Amir Johnson – 9,951

Most minutes played in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Vince Carter – 63, vs. Sacramento Kings, 23 February 2001[32]
  2. DeMar DeRozan – 60, vs. Utah Jazz, 12 November 2012
  3. John Wallace – 57, vs. Atlanta Hawks, 26 November 1997; Alvin Williams – 57, vs. Sacramento Kings, 23 February 2001; DeMar DeRozan – 57, vs. Washington Wizards, 27 February 2014

Most minutes played in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 3311 (1996–97 season)[34]
  2. Morris Peterson – 3140 (2005-06 season)
  3. Doug Christie – 3127 (1996-96 season)

Highest minutes per game[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 41.0[34]
  2. Vince Carter – 37.5
  3. Chris Bosh – 37.0;[28] Mike James – 37.0
  4. Shawn Marion – 35.3
  5. Rudy Gay – 35.0

Highest minutes per game in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 41.5 (1997–98 season)[34]
  2. Damon Stoudamire – 40.9 (1995-96 season)
  3. Damon Stoudamire – 40.9 (1996-97 season)
  4. Vince Carter – 39.8 (2001-02 season)
  5. Vince Carter – 39.7 (2000-01 season)

Points[edit]

Most points scored[edit]

Vince Carter was the first face of the Raptors franchise.

(Correct as of 25 December 2014)

  1. Chris Bosh – 10275[28][35]
  2. Vince Carter – 9420[32]
  3. DeMar DeRozan – 6712[30]
  4. Andrea Bargnani – 6581[31]
  5. Morris Peterson – 6498[27]
  6. José Calderón – 5235[23]
  7. Doug Christie – 4448
  8. Antonio Davis – 3994[36]
  9. Damon Stoudamire – 3917
  10. Alvin Williams – 3876[37]

Most points scored in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Vince Carter – 51, vs. Phoenix Suns, 27 February 2000; Terrence Ross – 51, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 25 January 2014
  2. Vince Carter – 48, vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 18 November 2000; Charlie Villanueva – 48, vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 26 March 2006
  3. Vince Carter – 47, vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 7 February 2000
  4. Vince Carter – 46, vs. Phoenix Suns, 30 December 2000
  5. Vince Carter – 45, vs. Indiana Pacers, 20 December 2000
  6. Chris Bosh – 44, vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 7 February 2007
  7. Vince Carter – 43, vs. Utah Jazz, 10 November 2001; vs. Houston Rockets, 5 March 2002; vs. Atlanta Hawks, 8 March 2003; vs. Atlanta Hawks, 26 November 2003
  8. Vince Carter – 42, vs. Denver Nuggets, 7 December 2001; vs. Phoenix Suns, 9 December 2001; vs. New Orleans Hornets, 21 March 2004; Chris Bosh – 42, vs. Phoenix Suns, 22 December 2007; vs. New Jersey Nets, 21 November 2008; vs. Golden State Warriors, 4 April 2010; DeMar DeRozan – 42, vs. Houston Rockets, 30 March 2015
  9. Chris Bosh – 41, vs. Orlando Magic, 7 February 2007; vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, 24 November 2007; Andrea Bargnani – 41, vs. New York Knicks, 8 December 2010
  10. Tracy Murray – 40, vs. Denver Nuggets, 18 March 1996; Acie Earl – 40, vs. Boston Celtics, 12 April 1996; Vince Carter – 40, vs. Charlotte Hornets, 14 January 2001; vs. New York Knicks, 26 March 2004; Chris Bosh – 40, vs. New York Knicks, 11 January 2008; vs. Orlando Magic, 20 February 2008; vs. Orlando Magic, 18 November 2008; DeMar DeRozan – 40, vs. Dallas Mavericks, 22 January 2014

Most points scored in a quarter[edit]

(Correct as of 20 April 2015)

  1. Louis Williams – 21, vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, 4 March 2015[38]

Most points scored in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Vince Carter – 2107 (1999–2000 season)[32]
  2. Vince Carter – 2070 (2000-01 season)
  3. DeMar DeRozan – 1791 (2013-14 season)
  4. Chris Bosh – 1746 (2008-09 season)
  5. Chris Bosh – 1678 (2009-10 season)

Highest points per game[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Vince Carter – 23.4[32][39]
  2. Mike James – 20.3
  3. Chris Bosh – 20.2[28]
  4. Damon Stoudamire – 19.6[34]
  5. Rudy Gay – 19.5

Highest points per game in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Vince Carter – 27.6 (2000–01 season)[32]
  2. Vince Carter – 25.7 (1999–2000 season)[32]
  3. Vince Carter – 24.7 (2001–02 season)[32]
  4. Chris Bosh – 24.0 (2009–10 season)[28]
  5. Chris Bosh – 22.7 (2008–09 season);[28] DeMar DeRozan – 22.7 (2013–14 season)[30]
  6. Chris Bosh – 22.6 (2006–07 season)[28]
  7. Vince Carter – 22.5 (2003–04 season);[32] Chris Bosh – 22.5 (2005–06 season)[28]
  8. Chris Bosh – 22.3 (2007–08 season)[28]
  9. Andrea Bargnani – 21.4 (2010–11 season)[31]
  10. Mike James – 20.3 (2005-06 season)

Rebounds[edit]

Chris Bosh is the former face of the Raptors franchise and holds most of its rebounding records.

Most rebounds[edit]

(Correct as of 20 December 2014)

  1. Chris Bosh – 4776[28][40]
  2. Antonio Davis – 2839[36]
  3. Amir Johnson – 2488[29]
  4. Andrea Bargnani – 2095[31]
  5. Vince Carter – 2091[32]
  6. Morris Peterson – 2064[27]
  7. Charles Oakley – 1655
  8. DeMar DeRozan – 1479
  9. Doug Christie – 1448
  10. Jonas Valančiūnas – 1319

Most defensive rebounds[edit]

(Correct as of 20 December 2014)

  1. Chris Bosh – 3407[28]
  2. Antonio Davis – 1882[36]
  3. Andrea Bargnani – 1694[31]
  4. Amir Johnson – 1565[29]
  5. Morris Peterson – 1561
  6. Vince Carter – 1351
  7. Charles Oakley – 1300
  8. Demar DeRozan – 1188
  9. José Calderón – 1128
  10. Doug Christie – 1121

Most offensive rebounds[edit]

(Correct as of 20 December 2014)

  1. Chris Bosh – 1369[28][41]
  2. Antonio Davis – 957[36]
  3. Amir Johnson – 943[29]
  4. Vince Carter – 740
  5. Morris Peterson – 503
  6. Jerome Williams – 466
  7. Tracy McGrady – 413
  8. Jonas Valančiūnas – 410
  9. Andrea Bargnani – 401[31]
  10. Ed Davis – 397

Most rebounds in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Donyell Marshall – 24, vs. Chicago Bulls, 17 February 2004[21]
  2. Chris Bosh – 22, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 25 March 2005; vs. Golden State Warriors, 14 November 2006;[3] Reggie Evans – 22, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 24 November 2010[42]
  3. Popeye Jones – 21, vs. Boston Celtics, 11 December 1996; Amir Johnson – 21, vs. Charlotte Bobcats, 15 March 2013; Jonas Valanciunas – 21, vs. New York Knicks, 11 April 2014;
  4. Hakeem Olajuwon – 20, vs. Detroit Pistons, 20 November 2001; Jerome Williams – 20, vs. Washington Wizards, 14 January 2003; Joey Dorsey – 20, vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 20 November 2011

Most rebounds in a half[edit]

(Correct as of 13 March 2012)

  1. Reggie Evans – 15, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 24 November 2010[42]

Most rebounds in quarter[edit]

(Correct as of 17 March 2012)

  1. Reggie Evans – 10, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 24 November 2010[42]

Most rebounds in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Antonio Davis – 787 (2000–01 season)[36]
  2. Chris Bosh – 771 (2008–09 season)[28]
  3. Chris Bosh – 759 (2009–10 season)[28]
  4. Charles Oakley – 741 (2000–01 season); Chris Bosh – 741 (2006–07 season)[28]
  5. Antonio Davis – 740 (2001-02 season)

Highest rebounds per game[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Chris Bosh – 9.4[28]
  2. Antonio Davis – 9.2[36]
  3. Donyell Marshall – 8.7
  4. Popeye Jones – 8.4
  5. Shawn Marion – 8.3

Highest rebounds per game in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Chris Bosh – 10.8 (2009–10 season)[28]
  2. Antonio Davis – 10.1 (2000–01 season)
  3. Chris Bosh – 10.0 (2008–09 season)
  4. Antonio Davis – 9.6 (2001–02 season)
  5. Charles Oakley – 9.5 (2000–01 season)
  6. Jerome Williams – 9.2 (2002–03 season); Chris Bosh – 9.2 (2005–06 season)
  7. Jonas Valanciunas – 9.0 (2014–15 season)
  8. Chris Bosh – 8.9 (2004–05 season)
  9. Antonio Davis – 8.8 (1999-00 season); Jonas Valanciunas – 8.8 (2013-14 season)
  10. Popeye Jones – 8.6 (1996-97 season)

Assists[edit]

Most assists[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. José Calderón – 3770[23][43]
  2. Alvin Williams – 1791
  3. Damon Stoudamire – 1761
  4. Vince Carter – 1553
  5. Kyle Lowry – 1204
  6. Doug Christie – 1197
  7. Chris Bosh – 1115
  8. Morris Peterson – 965
  9. T. J. Ford – 908
  10. DeMar DeRozan – 888

Most assists in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 19, vs. Houston Rockets, 27 February 1996;[34] José Calderón – 19, vs. Chicago Bulls, 29 March 2009;[44] vs. Minnesota Timberwolves, 4 February 2011[45]
  2. T. J. Ford – 18, vs. Denver Nuggets, 18 November 2006; vs. New York Knicks, 14 March 2007;[46] José Calderón – 18, vs. Orlando Magic, 18 November 2012
  3. Damon Stoudamire – 17, vs. Minnesota Timberwolves, 21 January 1997;[34] vs. Boston Celtics, 3 March 1997;[34] Mark Jackson – 17, vs. Denver Nuggets, 28 December 2000; José Calderón – 17, vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, 5 January 2011; vs. Chicago Bulls, 23 February 2011; vs. Washington Wizards, 3 February 2012; vs. Utah Jazz, 12 November 2012; vs. Detroit Pistons, 19 December 2012
  4. Damon Stoudamire – 16, vs. Denver Nuggets, 18 March 1996;[34] vs. Detroit Pistons, 2 January 1998;[34] Mark Jackson – 16, vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, 13 February 2001; Rod Strickland – 16, vs. Indiana Pacers, 9 March 2004; José Calderón – 16, vs. Indiana Pacers, 14 December 2007; vs. Seattle Supersonics, 21 December 2007; vs. Golden State Warriors, 29 December 2008; vs. Houston Rockets, 3 March 2009; vs. New Orleans Hornets, 1 March 2011; vs. Miami Heat, 30 March 2012

Most assists in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 December 2014)

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 709 (1996–97 season)[34]
  2. José Calderón – 678 (2007–08 season)[23]
  3. Damon Stoudamire – 653 (1995–96 season)[34]
  4. José Calderón – 607 (2008–09 season)[23]
  5. José Calderón – 605 (2010–11 season)[23]

Highest assists per game[edit]

(Correct as of 14 December 2014)

  1. Mark Jackson – 9.2
  2. Damon Stoudamire – 8.8[34]
  3. T. J. Ford – 7.2;[46] José Calderón – 7.2[23]
  4. Kyle Lowry – 7.0
  5. Mike James – 5.8

Highest assists per game in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 15 December 2014)

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 9.3 (1995–96 season)[34]
  2. Mark Jackson – 9.2 (2000–01 season)
  3. José Calderón – 8.9 (2008–09 season);[23] José Calderón – 8.9 (2010–11 season)[23]
  4. Damon Stoudamire – 8.8 (1996–97 season);[34] José Calderón – 8.8 (2011–12 season)[23]
  5. José Calderón – 8.3 (2007–08 season)[23]
  6. T. J. Ford – 7.9 (2006-07 season)
  7. Kyle Lowry – 7.6 (2014-15 season)
  8. Kyle Lowry – 7.4 (2013-14 season)
  9. Rafer Alston – 6.4 (2004-05 season); Kyle Lowry – 6.4 (2012-13 season)
  10. José Calderón – 5.9 (2009-10 season)

Blocks[edit]

Tracy McGrady was one of the premier shot-blockers for Toronto.

Most blocks[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Chris Bosh – 600[28]
  2. Amir Johnson – 453[29]
  3. Vince Carter – 415[32]
  4. Antonio Davis – 405[36]
  5. Andrea Bargnani – 382[31]
  6. Marcus Camby – 360[47]
  7. Tracy McGrady – 278
  8. Keon Clark – 232
  9. Oliver Miller – 228
  10. Doug Christie – 187

Most blocks in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Keon Clark – 12, vs. Atlanta Hawks, 23 March 2001
  2. Marcus Camby – 11, vs. New Jersey Nets, 14 April 1998
  3. Marcus Camby – 10, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 19 April 1998
  4. Oliver Miller – 9, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 2 April 1996; Marcus Camby – 9, vs. Phoenix Suns, 1 February 1997; Hakeem Olajuwon – 9, vs. San Antonio Spurs, 12 December 2001; Jermaine O'Neal – 9, vs. Los Angeles Lakers, 4 February 2009
  5. Marcus Camby – 8, vs. Charlotte Hornets, 9 December 1997; vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 19 December 1997; vs. New Jersey Nets, 12 April 1998; Mamadou N'Diaye – 8, vs. Chicago Bulls, 4 November 2002

Most blocks in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Marcus Camby – 230 (1997–98 season)[47]
  2. Tracy McGrady – 151 (1999–2000 season);[48] Antonio Davis – 151 (2000–01 season)
  3. Oliver Miller – 143 (1995-96 season)
  4. Marcus Camby – 130 (1996-97 season)
  5. Keon Clark – 122 (2001-02 season)

Highest blocks per game[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Marcus Camby – 2.9[47]
  2. Jermaine O'Neal – 2.0[49]
  3. Keon Clark – 1.8
  4. Hakeem Olajuwon – 1.5
  5. Oliver Miller – 1.4; Tracy McGrady – 1.4[48]

Highest blocks per game in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Marcus Camby – 3.7 (1997–98 season)[47]
  2. Keon Clark – 2.4 (2000–01 season)
  3. Marcus Camby – 2.1 (1996–97 season)[47]
  4. Oliver Miller – 1.9 (1995-96 season); Tracy McGrady – 1.9 (1999–2000 season);[48] Antonio Davis – 1.9 (2000–01 season)
  5. Donyell Marshall – 1.6 (2003-04 season)

Steals[edit]

Most steals[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Doug Christie – 664[50]
  2. Morris Peterson – 552[27]
  3. Vince Carter – 534[32]
  4. Alvin Williams – 517
  5. José Calderón – 469[23]
  6. Chris Bosh – 397
  7. DeMar DeRozan – 361
  8. Damon Stoudamire – 301
  9. Amir Johnson – 286
  10. Kyle Lowry – 273

Most steals in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Doug Christie – 9, vs. Denver Nuggets, 25 February 1997[51]
  2. Doug Christie – 8, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 29 January 1997; vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 2 April 1997; vs. Atlanta Hawks, 4 March 1999; Jerome Williams – 8, vs. Chicago Bulls, 26 February 2003; Morris Peterson – 8, vs. Charlotte Hornets, 10 February 2006
  3. Alvin Robertson – 7, vs. Brooklyn Nets, 23 January 1996; Doug Christie – 7, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 28 February 1997; vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 14 January 1998; vs. Portland Trailblazers, 1 February 1998; Chris Bosh – 7, vs. Chicago Bulls, 23 January 2009

Most steals in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Doug Christie – 201 (1996–97 season)[50]
  2. Doug Christie – 190 (1997–98 season)[50]
  3. Alvin Robertson – 166 (1995-96 season)
  4. Alvin Williams – 135 (2001-02 season)
  5. Damon Stoudamire – 123 (1996-97 season); Alvin Williams – 123 (2001-02 season)

Highest steals per game[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Alvin Robertson – 2.2
  2. Doug Christie – 2.1[50]
  3. Rudy Gay – 1.7
  4. Damon Stoudamire – 1.5; Kyle Lowry – 1.5
  5. Walt Williams – 1.4

Highest steals per game in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Doug Christie – 2.5 (1996–97 season)[50]
  2. Doug Christie – 2.4 (1997–98 season)[50]
  3. Doug Christie – 2.3 (1998–99 season)[50]
  4. Alvin Robertson – 2.2 (1995–96 season)
  5. Alvin Williams – 1.6 (2001-02 season); Jerome Williams – 1.6 (2002-03 season); Kyle Lowry – 1.6 (2014-15 season)

Field goals[edit]

Most field goals made[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Chris Bosh – 3614[28]
  2. Vince Carter – 3541
  3. Demar DeRozan – 2429[30]
  4. Andrea Bargnani – 2419
  5. Morris Peterson – 2341
  6. José Calderón – 2023
  7. Alvin Williams – 1555
  8. Doug Christie – 1532
  9. Amir Johnson – 1508
  10. Antonio Davis – 1419

Most field goals made in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Vince Carter – 20 vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 14 January 2000; Charlie Villanueva – 20 vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 26 March 2006
  2. Vince Carter – 18 vs. Houston Rockets, 5 March 2002; vs. Atlanta Hawks, 26 November 2003
  3. Vince Carter – 17 vs. Phoenix Suns, 27 February 2000; vs. Indiana Pacers, 20 December 2000

Most field goals made in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Vince Carter – 788 (1999–2000 season)[32]
  2. Vince Carter – 762 (2000–01 season)[32]
  3. Chris Bosh – 615 (2008-09 season)
  4. Vince Carter – 608 (2003-04 season)
  5. DeMar DeRozan – 604 (2013-14 season)

Most field goals attempted[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Vince Carter – 7944[32]
  2. Chris Bosh – 7346[28]
  3. Morris Peterson – 5562
  4. Andrea Bargnani – 5534[31]
  5. Demar DeRozan – 5466[30]
  6. José Calderón – 4207[23]
  7. Alvin Williams – 3710
  8. Doug Christie – 3698
  9. Damon Stoudamire – 3369
  10. Antonio Davis – 3333

Most field goals attempted in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 37, vs. Boston Celtics, 11 December 1996; Rudy Gay – 37, vs. Houston Rockets, 11 November 2013
  2. Vince Carter – 36, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 21 January 2001
  3. Vince Carter – 34, vs. Phoenix Suns, 10 December 2000
  4. DeMar DeRozan – 33, vs. Utah Jazz, 12 November 2012

Most field goals attempted in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Vince Carter – 1696 (1999–2000 season)[32]
  2. Vince Carter – 1656 (2000–01 season)[32]
  3. Vince Carter – 1457 (2003-04 season)
  4. Damon Stoudamire – 1407 (1996-97 season); DeMar DeRozan – 1407 (2013-14 season)
  5. Vince Carter – 1307 (2001-02 season)

Highest field goal percentage (min. 1000 minutes played)[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Amir Johnson – 57.2%
  2. Rasho Nesterović – 54.8%
  3. Ed Davis – 54.7%
  4. Jonas Valančiūnas – 54.4%
  5. Aaron Gray – 52.4%
  6. Carlos Rogers – 52.1%
  7. John Thomas – 51.0%
  8. Oliver Miller – 50.9%
  9. Žan Tabak – 50.8%
  10. Ed Pinckney – 50.2%

Highest field goal percentage in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Amir Johnson – 57.4% (2014-15 season)
  2. Amir Johnson – 56.2% (2013-14 season)
  3. Jonas Valančiūnas – 55.8% (2014-15 season)
  4. Amir Johnson – 55.4% (2012-13 season)
  5. Jonas Valančiūnas – 53.1% 2013-14 season)

Three point field goals[edit]

Morris Peterson remains the most prolific three-point shooter for the Raptors.

Most three point field goals[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Morris Peterson – 801[27]
  2. Andrea Bargnani – 579
  3. Vince Carter – 554
  4. José Calderón – 456
  5. Doug Christie – 431
  6. Damon Stoudamire – 374
  7. Kyle Lowry – 361
  8. Anthony Parker – 342
  9. Terrence Ross – 301
  10. Donyell Marshall – 271

Most three point field goals in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Donyell Marshall – 12, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 13 March 2005
  2. Terrence Ross – 10, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 25 January 2014
  3. Dee Brown – 9, vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 28 April 1999
  4. Dee Brown – 8, vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, 30 March 1999; Vince Carter – 8, vs. Utah Jazz, 10 November 2001

Most three point field goals in a half[edit]

(Correct as of 26 January 2014)

  1. Terrence Ross – 7, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 26 January 2014

Most three point field goals in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Kyle Lowry – 190 (2013–14 season)
  2. Morris Peterson – 177 (2005–06 season)
  3. Damon Stoudamire - 176 (1996-97 season)
  4. Walt Williams - 175 (1996-97 season)
  5. Mike James – 169 (2005–06 season)

Most three point field goals attempted[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Morris Peterson – 2158[27]
  2. Andrea Bargnani – 1606[31]
  3. Vince Carter – 1445
  4. Doug Christie – 1213
  5. José Calderón – 1174
  6. Damon Stoudamire – 1038
  7. Kyle Lowry – 977
  8. Anthony Parker – 806
  9. Terrence Ross – 801
  10. Dee Brown – 694

Most three point field goals attempted in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Donyell Marshall – 19, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 13 March 2005
  2. Dee Brown – 18, vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 28 April 1999
  3. Terrence Ross – 17, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 25 January 2014
  4. Walt Williams – 15, vs. Washington Bullets, 5 December 1996
  5. Dee Brown – 14, vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, 30 March 1999; Vince Carter – 14, vs. Utah Jazz, 10 November 2001; Morris Peterson – 14, vs. Boston Celtics, 12 January 2005

Most three point field goals attempted in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Kyle Lowry – 500 (2013–14 season)
  2. Damon Stoudamire – 496 (1996–97 season)
  3. Morris Peterson – 448 (2005–06 season)
  4. Walt Williams – 437 (1996–97 season)
  5. Terrence Ross – 408 (2013-14 season)

Highest three point percentage (min. 100 attempts)[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Jason Kapono – 44.7%
  2. Mike James – 44.2%
  3. Steve Novak – 42.6%
  4. Anthony Parker – 42.4%; Patrick Patterson – 42.4%
  5. Matt Bonner – 42.1%
  6. Donyell Marshall – 41.0%
  7. Lamond Murray – 40.6%; Tracy Murray – 40.6%
  8. Walt Williams – 39.6%
  9. Dell Curry – 39.0%
  10. José Calderón – 38.8%; John Salmons – 38.8%

Highest three point percentage in a season[edit]

Jason Kapono holds the record for best three point percentage in a season.

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Jason Kapono – 48.3% (2007–08 season)
  2. Mike James – 44.2% (2005-06 season)
  3. Anthony Parker – 44.1% (2006-07 season)
  4. Anthony Parker – 43.8% (2007–08 season)
  5. Patrick Patterson – 43.7% (2014-15 season)

Free throws[edit]

Most free throws made[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Chris Bosh – 2997[28][52]
  2. Vince Carter – 1784[32]
  3. Demar Derozan – 1719
  4. Andrea Bargnani – 1164[31]
  5. Antonio Davis – 1156
  6. Morris Peterson – 1015[27]
  7. Doug Christie – 953
  8. Damon Stoudamire – 745
  9. José Calderón – 733
  10. Kyle Lowry – 670

Most free throws made in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Vince Carter – 22, vs. Phoenix Suns, 30 December 2000;[1] Chris Bosh – 22, vs. Phoenix Suns, 22 December 2007[28]
  2. Chris Bosh – 20, vs. Golden State Warriors, 4 April 2010
  3. Chris Bosh – 19, vs. Charlotte Bobcats, 20 March 2009[28]
  4. Mike James – 18, vs. Detroit Pistons, 14 April 2006
  5. Vince Carter – 17, vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 18 November 2000; Chris Bosh – 17, vs. Seattle Supersonics, 20 January 2006; DeMar DeRozan – 17, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 7 February 2014

Most free throws made in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. DeMar DeRozan – 519 (2013–14 season)
  2. Chris Bosh – 504 (2008–09 season)[28]
  3. Chris Bosh – 474 (2005–06 season)[28]
  4. Chris Bosh – 472 (2007–08 season)[28]
  5. Chris Bosh – 470 (2009–10 season)[28]

Most free throws attempted[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Chris Bosh – 3767[28][52]
  2. Vince Carter – 2277
  3. Demar Derozan – 2108
  4. Antonio Davis – 1501
  5. Andrea Bargnani – 1411
  6. Morris Peterson – 1298
  7. Doug Christie – 1166
  8. Damon Stoudamire – 909
  9. José Calderón – 836
  10. Kyle Lowry – 828

Most free throws attempted in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Vince Carter – 27, vs. Phoenix Suns, 30 December 2000[1]
  2. Chris Bosh – 24, vs. Phoenix Suns, 22 December 2007
  3. Chris Bosh – 23, vs. Golden State Warriors, 4 April 2010
  4. Chris Bosh – 20, vs. Charlotte Bobcats, 20 March 2009; vs. Detroit Pistons, 4 December 2009; vs. Indiana Pacers, 11 January 2010
  5. Acie Earl – 19, vs. Boston Celtics, 12 April 1996; Chris Bosh – 19, vs. Orlando Magic, 1 November 2009; DeMar DeRozan – 19, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 7 February 2014

Most free throws attempted in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. DeMar DeRozan – 630 (2013–14 season)
  2. Chris Bosh – 617 (2008–09 season)[28]
  3. Chris Bosh – 590 (2006–07 season);[28] Chris Bosh – 590 (2009–10 season)[28]
  4. Chris Bosh – 581 (2005–06 season)[28]
  5. Chris Bosh – 559 (2007-08 season)

Highest free throw percentage (min. 100 attempts)[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. José Calderón – 87.7%
  2. Willie Anderson – 85.6%; Alan Anderson – 85.6%
  3. Lou Williams – 84.9%
  4. Jarrett Jack – 84.7%
  5. T. J. Ford – 83.7%; Mike James – 83.7%
  6. Marco Belinelli – 83.5%
  7. Dell Curry – 83.3%
  8. Anthony Parker – 82.9%
  9. Joey Graham – 82.7%
  10. Andrea Bargnani – 82.5%

Highest free throw percentage in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. José Calderón – 98.1% (2008–09 season)[23]
  2. Andrea Bargnani – 87.3% (2011-12 season)
  3. Alan Anderson – 85.7% (2012-13 season)
  4. Jalen Rose – 85.4% (2004-05 season)
  5. Lou Williams – 84.9% (2014-15 season)

Most consecutive free throws made[edit]

José Calderón holds the records for most consecutive free throws made and highest assist-to-turnover ratio.

(Correct as of 26 February 2011)

  1. José Calderón – 87[53]
  2. Chauncey Billups – 51[53]

Turnovers[edit]

Lowest turnover percentage (min. 1000 minutes)[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Matt Bonner – 6.7%
  2. Donyell Marshall – 7.9%; Jamario Moon – 7.9%
  3. Dell Curry – 8.9%; Charlie Villanueva – 8.9%
  4. Vince Carter – 9.4%; Morris Peterson – 9.4%; Terrence Ross – 9.4%
  5. Carlos Delfino – 9.7%; DeMar DeRozan – 9.7%

Lowest turnovers per game in a season[edit]

  1. ?

Highest assist-to-turnover ratio[edit]

  1. ?

Highest assist-to-turnover ratio in a season[edit]

  1. José Calderón – 5.38 to 1 (2007–08 season)[54]
  2. Muggsy Bogues – 5.07 to 1 (1999–2000 season)[55]

Double doubles[edit]

Most double doubles[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Chris Bosh – 239[56][57]
  2. Antonio Davis – 110[56][57]
  3. José Calderón – 91
  4. Damon Stoudamire – 86
  5. Amir Johnson – 52
  6. Donyell Marshall – 49
  7. Jonas Valančiūnas – 44
  8. Vince Carter – 39; Kyle Lowry – 39
  9. Charles Oakley – 30
  10. Kevin Willis – 29

Most double doubles in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 January 2015)

  1. Chris Bosh – 49 (2009–10 season)
  2. Chris Bosh – 43 (2008-09 season)
  3. Chris Bosh – 42 (2006-07 season)
  4. Antonio Davis – 37 (2000-01 season); Damon Stoudamire – 37 (1995-96 season)
  5. Donyell Marshall – 36 (2003-04 season)

Triple doubles[edit]

Most triple doubles[edit]

(Correct as of 19 April 2015)

  1. Kyle Lowry – 5
  2. Damon Stoudamire – 3
  3. Marcus Camby – 2
  4. José Calderón – 2
  5. Vince Carter – 1
  6. Charles Oakley – 1
  7. Mark Jackson – 1
  8. Alvin Williams – 1
  9. Ben Uzoh – 1

Franchise records for playoffs[edit]

Unless otherwise stated, statistics/records are correct as of the end of the 2013–14 season & 2014 NBA Playoffs.

Most games played[edit]

  1. Antonio Davis – 20
  2. Dell Curry – 19; Morris Peterson – 19
  3. Alvin Williams – 18
  4. Chris Childs – 17
  5. Keon Clark – 16; Jerome Williams – 16
  6. Vince Carter – 15; Charles Oakley – 15
  7. Amir Johnson – 11; Andrea Bargnani – 11; Chris Bosh – 11; DeMar DeRozan – 11; José Calderón – 11; Kyle Lowry – 11; T.J. Ford – 11; Anthony Parker – 11
  8. Rasho Nesterović – 10;
  9. Kris Humphries – 9;
  10. Joey Graham – 8;

Most points[edit]

  1. Vince Carter – 385
  2. Antonio Davis – 321[36]
  3. Alvin Williams – 225; Chris Bosh – 225[28]
  4. Chris Childs – 168
  5. DeMar DeRozan – 167

Most points in a game[edit]

  1. Vince Carter – 50, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 11 May 2001
  2. Vince Carter – 39, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 18 May 2001; Chris Bosh – 39, vs. Orlando Magic, 26 April 2008
  3. Kyle Lowry – 36, vs. Brooklyn Nets, 30 April 2014
  4. Vince Carter – 35, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 6 May 2001
  5. Vince Carter – 32, vs. New York Knicks, 2 May 2001; DeMar DeRozan – 32, vs. Washington Wizards, 24 April 2015

Most points scored in a quarter[edit]

  1. DeMar DeRozan – 20, vs. Washington Wizards, 24 April 2015

Most rebounds[edit]

  1. Antonio Davis – 211[36]
  2. Charles Oakley – 99; Chris Bosh – 99
  3. Vince Carter – 96
  4. Jerome Williams – 78
  5. Jonas Valančiūnas – 68

Most rebounds in a game[edit]

  1. Jonas Valančiūnas – 18, vs. Brooklyn Nets, 19 April 2014
  2. Keon Clark – 16, vs. Detroit Pistons, 29 April 2002
  3. Antonio Davis – 15, vs. New York Knicks, 22 April 2001; Chris Bosh – 15, vs. Orlando Magic, 26 April 2008

Most assists[edit]

  1. Chris Childs – 115
  2. Alvin Williams – 78
  3. Vince Carter – 75
  4. José Calderón – 67
  5. T. J. Ford – 57

Most assists in a game[edit]

  1. Chris Childs – 14, vs. Detroit Pistons, 24 April 2002
  2. José Calderón – 13, vs. Orlando Magic, 24 April 2008; T. J. Ford – 13, vs. Orlando Magic, 26 April 2008
  3. Chris Childs – 10, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 11 May 2001; Chris Childs – 10, vs. Detroit Pistons, 27 April 2002

Most steals[edit]

  1. Vince Carter – 23
  2. Alvin Williams – 21
  3. Jerome Williams – 19
  4. Charles Oakley – 18
  5. Chris Childs – 16

Most steals in a game[edit]

Most blocks[edit]

  1. Antonio Davis – 31[36]
  2. Vince Carter – 24
  3. Chris Bosh – 13
  4. Keon Clark – 11
  5. Alvin Williams – 10

Most blocks in a game[edit]

Franchise record for wins[edit]

Franchise records for regular season wins[edit]

  • 49 – Most wins in a regular season (2014–15 season)
  • 30 – Most home wins in a regular season (2006–07 season)
  • 22 – Most road wins in a regular season (2013–14 season)

Franchise records for playoff wins[edit]

  • 3 – Most wins in a playoff series (2000–01 season), (2013–14 season)
  • 6 – Most wins in the playoffs (2000–01 season)

Other franchise records[edit]

In a game[edit]

Team (regular season)[edit]

  • Biggest margin of victory in a home game – 42, vs. Miami Heat, 19 March 2008; vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 22 November 2014[58]
  • Biggest margin of victory in a road game – 37, vs. New Jersey Nets, 2 November 2007[59]
  • Most points given up in a home game – 140, vs. Phoenix Suns, 31 March 2006;[60] vs. Utah Jazz, 12 November 2012 (3 OT)
  • Most points given up in a road game – 152, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 13 March 1998[61]
  • Fewest points given up in a home game – 54, vs. Miami Heat, 19 March 2008[62]
  • Fewest points given up in a road game – 64, vs. Detroit Pistons, 23 December 2009
  • Fewest points scored by both teams in a half in a home game – 68, vs. Detroit Pistons, 26 March 2008[63]
  • Most points scored in a game – 136, vs. New Jersey Nets, 5 March 2011 (3 OT)[64]
  • Most points scored in a half – ?
  • Most points given up in a half – ?
  • Biggest deficit overcome
  1. 25, vs. Detroit Pistons, 11 December 2010[65]
  2. 22, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, November 2009[65]

Team (playoffs)[edit]

Individual[edit]

In a rookie season[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

  • Most home game sellouts – 40 out of 41 (2001–02 season)[63]

External links[edit]

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