Toronto Raptors’ Career Point Scoring Leaders
The Toronto Raptors have been an NBA franchise since only 1996, and while they have made the playoffs just five times since then, they have put some great players on the court—most notably Chris Bosh and Vince Carter. Here is a short list of the Raptors’ all-time leading scorers to date:
Chris Bosh (9897)—Forward/center Chris Bosh has been with Toronto his entire career so far, from 2003 until now as I write this in 2010. Bosh leads the Raptors all-time in scoring with 9897 total points, and he has topped 1500 points three times. Bosh’s best season so far was 2008-09, when he racked up a career best 1746 points (23 per game), but he his on pace on 2009-10 to score over 2000.
Vince Carter (9420)—Guard/forward Vince Carter began his career in Toronto and played there from 1998 to 2005. Carter ranks second in franchise history with 9420 points, and his best season so far was in a Toronto uniform in 1999-2000. That year, Carter scored a career high 2107 points (26 points per game), hitting over 40% from 3-point range.
Morris Peterson (6498)—Forward Morris Peterson began his career with Toronto and played there from 2000 to 2007. Peterson ranks third in Raptors’ history with 6498 points scored, and his best season so far was with them in 2005-06. That year, Peterson scored a career best 1374 points (17 per game).
Doug Christie (4448)—Guard/forward Doug Christie played in Toronto from 1995 to 2000, and he ranks fourth in team history with 4448 points. Christie had his best offensive season with the Raptors, in 1997-98. That year, he put in a career high 1287 points (17 points per game).
Antonio Davis (3994)—Forward/center Antonio Davis played in Toronto from 1999 to 2004 and then again briefly in 2005-06. He ranks fifth in franchise history with 3994 total points and his best season was in a Raptors’ uniform in 2001-02. That year, Davis scored a career best 1113 points (14 per game).