DeMar DeRozan Sets Raptors Record for All-Time Points

Last night, the Raptors were in Oakland losing to the mighty Warriors. I went to bed after a disastrous first quarter but see we came back to make it a game. At some point, DeMar DeRozan surpassed Chris Bosh as the franchise leading scorer. He now has 10290 points.

Here's the current all-time Raptors top ten.

  1. DeMar DeRozan - 10290
  2. Chris Bosh - 10275
  3. Vince Carter - 9420
  4. Andrea Bargnani - 6581
  5. Morris Peterson - 6498
  6. Kyle Lowry - 5771
  7. Jose Calderon - 5235
  8. Doug Christie - 4448
  9. Antonio Davis - 3994
  10. Amir Johnson - 3957

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Rob J

Yikes, hardly a list of superstars for a franchise playing its 3rd decade.

December 29, 2016 @ 4:13 PM

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@Rob J

Top three are pretty good!

And remember, this is the de-facto second best team in the East you're talking about!

December 29, 2016 @ 4:18 PM

Rob J

Haha, true enough...they are playing very well overall this season.

December 29, 2016 @ 5:31 PM

Rob J

I look at the Toronto sports scene 180 degrees differently than you: Curious who you would name as the biggest superstar in Toronto sports in the last 20 years. Is it V Carter?

December 29, 2016 @ 7:33 PM

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@Rob J

Probably.... Vince was a superstar for a few years. #2 might be Joey Bats during his prime.

December 29, 2016 @ 8:04 PM

Rob J

Delgado for me. Re-check his stats. (Too bad he played in front of such sparse crowds)

December 29, 2016 @ 8:21 PM

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@Rob J

That might work, too.

Sundin maybe? But probably not.

Vince is #1 though...

December 29, 2016 @ 8:33 PM

Rob J

Speaking of superstars, happy birthday to the greatest lefty ever, Sandy Koufax...pretty hard to match his body of work from 1962-1966

December 30, 2016 @ 12:40 PM

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