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.

Individual accomplishments[edit]

All-NBA Team[edit]

All-NBA Defensive Team[edit]

All-NBA Defensive Team
First Team
Player Years
None
Second Team
Kawhi Leonard 2019

All-Stars[edit]

All-Stars
Player Appearances Years
Kyle Lowry 6 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Chris Bosh 5 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010[5]
Vince Carter 5 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004[1]
DeMar DeRozan 4 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018
Antonio Davis 1 2001
Kawhi Leonard 1 2019
Pascal Siakam 1 2020

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]

NBA Finals Most Valuable Player[edit]

NBA Most Improved Player[edit]

Retired jerseys[edit]

Coach of the Year[edit]

Executive of the Year[edit]

Rookie of the Year[edit]

Sixth Man of the Year[edit]

All-Rookie[edit]

Conference Player of the Week*[edit]

Conference Players of the Week
Player Times won Week
DeMar DeRozan 10 7 December 2015
7 November 2016
12 December 2016
9 January 2017
20 March 2017
13 November 2017
18 December 2017
1 January 2018
26 February 2018
5 March 2018
Chris Bosh 7 3 January 2005
30 January 2006
26 March 2007
7 January 2008
28 October 2008
1 February 2010
5 April 2010[5]
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 5 27 January 2014
1 December 2014
22 February 2016
14 March 2016
16 December 2019
Pascal Siakam 3 5 November 2018
4 November 2019
20 January 2020
Kawhi Leonard 2 26 November 2018
7 January 2019
Mike James 1 2 January 2006
Norman Powell 1 3 March 2020
Jalen Rose 1 22 February 2005
Lou Williams 1 17 November 2014

Conference Player of the Month*[edit]

Conference Rookie of the Month*[edit]

Conference Coach of the Month*[edit]

Conference Coaches of the Month
Coach Month
Sam Mitchell January 2007
Dwane Casey December 2013
November 2014
January 2016
December 2016
December 2017
Nick Nurse November 2018
November 2019
January 2020

In a rookie season[edit]

Eurobasket[edit]

Eurobasket 2007:

Eurobasket 2011:

  • Spain José Calderón (gold)

Eurobasket 2013:

Eurobasket 2015:

  • Lithuania Jonas Valančiūnas (silver)

World Championship[edit]

2002 FIBA World Championship:

2003 FIBA Americas Championship:

2006 FIBA World Championship:

2010 FIBA World Championship:

2014 FIBA World Championship:

2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup:

Olympics[edit]

1996 Summer Olympics:

2000 Summer Olympics:

2008 Summer Olympics:

2012 Summer Olympics:

2016 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.

Team records[edit]

Regular season[edit]

  • Most points in a game – 144 vs. Sacramento Kings, 8 January 2021 (W 144-123)
  • Most points in a non-OT game – 144 vs. Sacramento Kings, 8 January 2021 (W 144-123)
  • Most assists in a game – 40 vs. Charlotte Hornets, 19 November 2019 (W 132–96)
  • Most rebounds in a game – 65 vs. New York Knicks, 21 March 1999 (W 85–81 (OT))[22]
  • Most blocks in a game – 23 vs. Atlanta Hawks, 23 March 2001 (W 112–86)[23]
  • Most steals in a game – 18 vs. Denver Nuggets, 25 February 1997 (W 124-122 (OT))[24]
  • Fewest points in a game – 56 vs. Minnesota Timberwolves, 1 November 2003 (L 73-56)[25]
  • Fewest assists in a game – 6 vs. Indiana Pacers, 24 February 1999 (L 104-84); vs. Atlanta Hawks, 13 March 1999 (L 86-75)[26][27]
  • Fewest rebounds in a game – 24 vs. Miami Heat, 15 February 1998 (L 116-95); vs. Boston Celtics, 5 November 2014 (W 110-107)[28][29]
  • Most points in a half – 79 (1st Half) vs. New Jersey Nets, 11 January 1997 (W 123-106); vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, 21 March 2018 (L 132-129)[30][31]
  • Fewest points in a half – 23 (1st Half) vs. Washington Wizards, 7 November 2003 (L 86-60); (2nd Half) vs. Miami Heat, 18 April 2012 (L 96-72)[32][33]
  • Most points allowed in a half – 84 (1st Half) vs. Golden State Warriors, 25 March 2011 (L 138-100)[34]
  • Fewest points allowed in a half – 22 (2nd Half) vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 4 April 2012 (W 99-78)[35]
  • Largest point differential in a half – +40 (77–37) (1st Half) vs. Utah Jazz, 1 December 2019 (W 130-110)
  • Largest point deficit in a half – -37 (64–27) (2nd Half) vs. Indiana Pacers, 9 November 2002 (L 108-84)[36]
  • Most points in a quarter – 48 (1st Quarter) vs. New Jersey Nets, 11 January 1997 (W 123-106)[30]
  • Fewest points in a quarter – 4 (2nd Quarter) vs. Washington Wizards, 7 November 2003 (L 86-60)[32]
  • Most points allowed in a quarter – 49 (4th Quarter) vs. Chicago Bulls, 22 December 2014 (L 129-120); (3rd Quarter) vs. Utah Jazz, 1 December 2019
  • Fewest points allowed in a quarter – 2 (4th Quarter) vs. Golden State Warriors, 8 February 2004 (W 84-81 (OT))
  • Largest point differential in a quarter – +31 (48–17) (1st Quarter) vs. New Jersey Nets, 11 January 1997 (W 123-106); (45–14) (3rd Quarter) vs. Memphis Grizzlies, 20 January 2019 (W 119-90)[37]
  • Largest point deficit in a quarter – -27 (42–15) (4th Quarter) vs. Golden State Warriors, 3 December 2013 (L 112-103)
  • Most blocks in one half – 16 vs. Atlanta Hawks, 23 March 2001 (W 112–86)[23]
  • Fewest points combined in a quarter – 18 vs. Boston Celtics, 12 January 2001 (W 93–72)
  • Biggest margin of victory in a home game – 46, vs. Indiana Pacers, 23 February 2020[38]
  • Biggest margin of victory in a road game – 37, vs. New Jersey Nets, 2 November 2007[39]
  • Most points given up in a home game – 140, vs. Phoenix Suns, 31 March 2006;[40] vs. Utah Jazz, 12 November 2012 (3 OT)
  • Most points given up in a road game – 152, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 13 March 1998[41]
  • Fewest points given up in a home game – 54, vs. Miami Heat, 19 March 2008[42]
  • 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[43]
  • Most points given up in a half – ?
  • Biggest deficit overcome – 30, vs. Dallas Mavericks, 22 December 2019[44]
  • Most assists in a game – 39, vs. Indiana Pacers, 15 December 1997
  • Most rebounds in a game – 65, vs. New York Knicks, 21 March 1999
  • Most blocks – 23, vs. Atlanta Hawks, 23 March 2001
  • Most steals – 18, vs. Denver Nuggets, 25 February 1997 (OT)
  • Most field goals made – 52, vs. New York Knicks, 14 April 2010
  • Most field goals attempted – 114, vs. Houston Rockets, 11 November 2013 (2 OT)
  • Most three-point field goals made in a game – 22, vs. Washington Wizards, 17 January 2020
  • Most three-point field goals made in a quarter – 8[45]
  • Most three-point field goals attempted in a game – 43, vs. Washington Wizards 17 January 2020
  • Most free throws made in a game – 41, vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 18 November 2000
  • Most free throws attempted in a game – 49, vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 18 November 2000
  • Longest winning streak – 15, 15 January 2020 – 12 February 2020 (Canadian pro-sports record)
  • Longest home winning streak – 12, 7 November 2017 – 1 January 2018
  • Longest road winning streak – 10, 4 January 2020 – 12 February 2020
  • Most 100 or more point game streak – 23, 28 January 2018 – 20 March 2018
  • Most total points in a season – 8,762 – (2016–17 season)
  • Most points per game in a season – 126.3 – (2019-2020 season)
  • Most home game sellouts – 41 out of 41 – (2015–16, 2016–17, 2017–18, and 2018-19 seasons)[43]
  • Most number of consecutive games with at least 30 points – DeMar DeRozan (5)[46]
  • Highest winning percentage to finish a season – .736 (53-19) – (2019-20 season)

Record for wins[edit]

Regular season wins
Wins Season
Most wins
59 2017–18
Most home wins
34 2017–18
Most road wins
27 2019–20
Best start to the season
6–0 2018–19
Playoffs wins
Most wins in the playoffs
16 2018–19
Most wins in a playoff series
4 2018–19

Record for championships[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

NBA records[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

  • Most 3-pointers from a bench player in the NBA Finals – Fred VanVleet (16)
  • First non-American team to win an NBA title (2019)
  • First team to win an NBA title without a lottery pick (2019)
  • Most points from the bench in a game – 100 vs. Brooklyn Nets (23 August 2020)[56]

Other records[edit]

  • Longest single-season championship reign – 486 days (June 13, 2019 – October 11, 2020)
  • First team in NBA history to sweep the three monthly awards (Eastern Conference): Player of the Month (Chris Bosh), Rookie of the Month (Andrea Bargnani) and Coach of the Month (Sam Mitchell) for January 2007[57][58]

Franchise records for regular season[edit]

Games played[edit]

Most games played[edit]

(Correct as of 23 February 2021)

Most consecutive games played[edit]

(Correct as of 8 September 2020)

Most consecutive games played
Player Games played Dates
Morris Peterson 371 12 February 2002 to 22 November 2006[65]

Most consecutive seasons played[edit]

(Correct as of 2020–21 season)

Minutes[edit]

Most minutes played[edit]

(Correct as of 6 February 2021)

Most minutes played
Player Minutes
DeMar DeRozan 22,986[59]
Kyle Lowry 19,936
Chris Bosh 18,815[61]
Morris Peterson 16,059[60]
Vince Carter 15,114[64]
José Calderón 14,909[54]
Andrea Bargnani 13,130[63]
Jonas Valančiūnas 11,774[66]
Alvin Williams 11,736[67]
Amir Johnson 11,377[68]

Most minutes played in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 25 August 2020)

Most minutes played in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 17 February 2021)

Highest minutes per game[edit]

(Correct as of 14 August 2020)

Highest minutes per game in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 28 July 2020)

Highest minutes per game in a season
Player Minutes Season
Damon Stoudamire 41.5 1997–98[69]
Damon Stoudamire 40.9 1995–96
Damon Stoudamire 40.9 1996–97
Vince Carter 39.8 2001–02
Vince Carter 39.7 2000–01

Points[edit]

Most points scored[edit]

Vince Carter was one of the first faces of the Raptors franchise.

(Correct as of 6 February 2021)

Most points scored
Player Points
DeMar DeRozan 13,296[59]
Chris Bosh 10,275[61]
Kyle Lowry 10,101[70]
Vince Carter 9,420[64]
Andrea Bargnani 6,581[63]
Morris Peterson 6,498[60]
Jonas Valančiūnas 5,524
José Calderón 5,235[54]
Doug Christie 4,448
Antonio Davis 3,994[71]
Pascal Siakam 3,936

Most points scored by a bench player[edit]

(Correct as of 31 January 2021)

Most points scored in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 3 February 2021)

Most points scored in a game
≥50 point games
Player Points Opponent Date
Fred VanVleet 54 Orlando Magic 2 February 2021
DeMar DeRozan 52 Milwaukee Bucks 1 January 2018
Vince Carter 51 Phoenix Suns 27 February 2000
Terrence Ross Los Angeles Clippers 25 January 2014
48 point games
Vince Carter 48 Milwaukee Bucks 18 November 2000
Charlie Villanueva Milwaukee Bucks 26 March 2006
47 point games
Vince Carter 47 Milwaukee Bucks 7 February 2000
46 point games
Vince Carter 46 Phoenix Suns 30 December 2000
45 point games
Vince Carter 45 Indiana Pacers 20 December 2000
DeMar DeRozan Philadelphia 76ers 21 December 2017
Kawhi Leonard Utah Jazz 1 January 2019
44 point games
Chris Bosh 44 Milwaukee Bucks 7 February 2007
Pascal Siakam Washington Wizards 13 February 2019
43 point games
Vince Carter 43 Utah Jazz 10 November 2001
Houston Rockets 5 March 2002
Atlanta Hawks 8 March 2003
Atlanta Hawks 26 November 2003
Kyle Lowry Cleveland Cavaliers 26 February 2016
DeMar DeRozan Boston Celtics 24 February 2017
42 point games
Vince Carter 42 Denver Nuggets 7 December 2001
Phoenix Suns 9 December 2001
New Orleans Hornets 21 March 2004
Chris Bosh 42 Phoenix Suns 22 December 2007
New Jersey Nets 21 November 2008
Golden State Warriors 4 April 2010
DeMar DeRozan 42 Houston Rockets 30 March 2015
Chicago Bulls 21 March 2017
Golden State Warriors 13 January 2018
Detroit Pistons 7 March 2018
41 point games
Chris Bosh 41 Orlando Magic 7 February 2007
Cleveland Cavaliers 24 November 2007
Andrea Bargnani 41 New York Knicks 8 December 2010
Kyle Lowry 41 Golden State Warriors 5 December 2015
Los Angeles Lakers 1 January 2017
DeMar DeRozan 41 Boston Celtics 10 January 2017
Kawhi Leonard 41 Washington Wizards 13 January 2019
40 point games
Tracy Murray 40 Denver Nuggets 18 March 1996
Acie Earl 40 Boston Celtics 12 April 1996
Vince Carter 40 Charlotte Hornets 14 January 2001
New York Knicks 26 March 2004
Chris Bosh 40 New York Knicks 11 January 2008
Orlando Magic 20 February 2008
Orlando Magic 18 November 2008
DeMar DeRozan 40 Dallas Mavericks 22 January 2014
Detroit Pistons 26 October 2016
Washington Wizards 2 November 2016
Miami Heat 23 March 2017
Indiana Pacers 31 March 2017
Kyle Lowry 40 Minnesota Timberwolves 20 January 2018

Most points scored in a half[edit]

Most points scored in a quarter[edit]

(Correct as of 26 February 2021)

Most points scored in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 25 August 2020)

Most points scored in a season
Player Points Season
Vince Carter 2,107 1999–00[64]
Vince Carter 2,070 2000–01
DeMar DeRozan 2,020 2016–17
DeMar DeRozan 1,840 2017–18
DeMar DeRozan 1,830 2015–16
DeMar DeRozan 1,791 2013–14

Highest career points per game[edit]

(Correct as of 14 August 2020)

Highest points per game in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 16 August 2020)

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 18 February 2021)

Most rebounds
Player Rebounds
Chris Bosh 4,776[61][76]
Jonas Valančiūnas 3,961
Kyle Lowry 2,842
Antonio Davis 2,839[71]
Amir Johnson 2,836[62]
DeMar DeRozan 2,739
Andrea Bargnani 2,095[63]
Vince Carter 2,091[64]
Morris Peterson 2,064[60]
Pascal Siakam 1,731
Serge Ibaka 1,687
Charles Oakley 1,655

Most defensive rebounds[edit]

(Correct as of 6 February 2021)

Most defensive rebounds
Player Rebounds
Chris Bosh 3,407[61]
Jonas Valančiūnas 2,752
Kyle Lowry 2,368
DeMar DeRozan 2,225
Antonio Davis 1,882[71]
Amir Johnson 1,786[62]
Andrea Bargnani 1,694[63]
Morris Peterson 1,561
Vince Carter 1,351
Pascal Siakam 1,317
Charles Oakley 1,300
Serge Ibaka 1,310

Most offensive rebounds[edit]

(Correct as of 6 February 2021)

Most rebounds in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 4 August 2020)

Most rebounds in a half[edit]

Correct as of 31 July 2020

Most rebounds in quarter[edit]

Most rebounds in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 25 August 2020)

Highest rebounds per game[edit]

(Correct as of 1 August 2020)

Highest rebounds per game in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 6 September 2020)

Assists[edit]

Most assists[edit]

(Correct as of 6 February 2021)

Most assists in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 20 February 2021)

Most assists in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 17 August 2020)

Highest assists per game[edit]

(Correct as of 14 August 2020)

Highest assists per game in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 14 August 2020)

Blocks[edit]

Most blocks[edit]

(Correct as of 6 February 2021)

Most blocks in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 9 September 2020)

Most blocks in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 7 September 2020)

  1. Marcus Camby – 230 (1997–98 season)[84]
  2. Tracy McGrady – 151 (1999–2000 season);[85]Antonio Davis – 151 (2000–01 season)
  3. Oliver Miller – 143 (1995–96 season)
  4. Bismack Biyombo – 133 (2015–16 season)
  5. Marcus Camby – 130 (1996–97 season)

Highest blocks per game in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 18 September 2020)

  1. Marcus Camby – 3.7 (1997–98 season)[84]
  2. Keon Clark – 2.4 (2000–01 season)
  3. Marcus Camby – 2.1 (1996–97 season)[84]
  4. Jermaine O’Neal – 2.0 (2008–09 season)
  5. Oliver Miller – 1.9 (1995–96 season); Tracy McGrady – 1.9 (1999–2000 season);[85]Antonio Davis – 1.9 (2000–01 season)
  6. Donyell Marshall – 1.6 (2003–04 season); Bismack Biyombo – 1.6 (2015–16 season)

Steals[edit]

Most steals[edit]

(Correct as of 6 February 2021)

Most steals in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 31 August 2020)

  1. Doug Christie – 9, vs. Denver Nuggets, 25 February 1997[87]
  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 Trail Blazers, 1 February 1998; Chris Bosh – 7, vs. Chicago Bulls, 23 January 2009; Fred VanVleet – 7, vs. Orlando Magic, November 29, 2019; OG Anunoby – 7, vs. Denver Nuggets, March 1, 2020

Most steals in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 12 September 2020)

  1. Doug Christie – 201 (1996–97 season)[86]
  2. Doug Christie – 190 (1997–98 season)[86]
  3. Alvin Robertson – 166 (1995–96 season)
  4. Kyle Lowry – 158 (2015–16 season)
  5. Alvin Williams – 135 (2001–02 season)

Highest steals per game in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 21 September 2020)

  1. Doug Christie – 2.5 (1996–97 season)[86]
  2. Doug Christie – 2.4 (1997–98 season)[86]
  3. Doug Christie – 2.3 (1998–99 season)[86]
  4. Alvin Robertson – 2.2 (1995–96 season)
  5. Kyle Lowry – 2.1 (2015–16 season)

Field goals[edit]

Most field goals made[edit]

(Correct as of 6 February 2021)

Most field goals made
Player Field goals made
DeMar DeRozan 4,716[59]
Chris Bosh 3,614[61]
Vince Carter 3,541
Kyle Lowry 3,232
Andrea Bargnani 2,419
Morris Peterson 2,341
Jonas Valančiūnas 2,169
José Calderón 2,023
Amir Johnson 1,663
Alvin Williams 1,555

Most field goals made in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 25 September 2020)

  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
  4. DeMar DeRozan – 17 vs. Chicago Bulls, 21 March 2017; vs. Detroit Pistons, 26 October 2016

Most field goals made in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 24 September 2020)

  1. Vince Carter – 788 (1999–2000 season)[64]
  2. Vince Carter – 762 (2000–01 season)[64]
  3. DeMar DeRozan – 721 (2016–17 season)
  4. DeMar DeRozan – 645 (2017–18 season)
  5. Chris Bosh – 615 (2008–09 season)
  6. DeMar DeRozan – 614 (2015–16 season)
  7. Vince Carter – 608 (2003–04 season)

Most field goals attempted[edit]

(Correct as of 6 February 2021)

Most field goals attempted
Player Field goals attempted
DeMar DeRozan 10,140[59]
Vince Carter 7,944[64]
Kyle Lowry 7,623
Chris Bosh 7,346[61]
Morris Peterson 5,562
Andrea Bargnani 5,534[63]
José Calderón 4,207[54]
Jonas Valančiūnas 3,878
Alvin Williams 3,710
Doug Christie 3,698
Pascal Siakam 3,080

Most field goals attempted in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 21 February 2021)

  1. DeMar DeRozan – 38, vs. Chicago Bulls, 21 March 2017
  2. Damon Stoudamire – 37, vs. Boston Celtics, 11 December 1996; Rudy Gay – 37, vs. Houston Rockets, 11 November 2013
  3. Vince Carter – 36, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 21 January 2001
  4. Vince Carter – 34, vs. Phoenix Suns, 10 December 2000
  5. DeMar DeRozan – 33, vs. Utah Jazz, 12 November 2012

Most field goals attempted in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 22 September 2020)

  1. Vince Carter – 1696 (1999–2000 season)[64]
  2. Vince Carter – 1656 (2000–01 season)[64]
  3. DeMar DeRozan – 1545 (2016–17 season)
  4. Vince Carter – 1457 (2003–04 season)
  5. DeMar DeRozan – 1413 (2017–18 season)
  6. Damon Stoudamire – 1407 (1996–97 season); DeMar DeRozan – 1407 (2013–14 season)

Highest field goal percentage[edit]

(Correct as of 14 August 2020)

  1. Jakob Pöltl – 64.1%
  2. Amir Johnson – 57.2%
  3. Jonas Valančiūnas – 55.9%
  4. Rasho Nesterović – 54.8%
  5. Ed Davis – 54.7%
  6. Bismack Biyombo – 54.2%
  7. Oliver Miller – 50.9%
  8. Serge Ibaka – 50.3%
  9. Pascal Siakam – 50.0%

Highest field goal percentage in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 30 August 2020)

  1. Amir Johnson – 62.3% (2009–10 season)
  2. Amir Johnson – 57.6% (2011–12 season)
  3. Amir Johnson – 57.4% (2014–15 season)
  4. Jonas Valančiūnas – 57.2% (2014–15 season)
  5. Amir Johnson – 56.8% (2010–11 season)

Three point field goals[edit]

Most three point field goals[edit]

(Correct as of 6 February 2021)

Most three point field goals in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 16 September 2020)

  1. Donyell Marshall – 12, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 13 March 2005
  2. Fred VanVleet – 11, vs. Orlando Magic, 2 February 2021
  3. Terrence Ross – 10, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 25 January 2014
  4. Dee Brown – 9, vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 28 April 1999
  5. 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 2 February 2021)

  1. Fred VanVleet – 8, vs. Orlando Magic, 2 February 2021
  2. Terrence Ross – 7, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 26 January 2014; Danny Green – 7, vs. Memphis Grizzlies, 19 January 2019

Most three point field goals in a quarter[edit]

(Correct as of 26 September 2020)

  1. Danny Green – 7, vs. Memphis Grizzlies, (3rd quarter) 19 January 2019[88]

Most three point field goals in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 4 September 2020)

  1. Kyle Lowry – 238 (2017–18 season)
  2. Kyle Lowry – 212 (2015–16 season)
  3. Danny Green – 197 (2018–19 season)
  4. Kyle Lowry – 193 (2016–17 season)
  5. Kyle Lowry – 190 (2013–14 season)
  6. Morris Peterson – 177 (2005–06 season)
  7. Damon Stoudamire – 176 (1996–97 season)
  8. Walt Williams – 175 (1996–97 season)

Most three point field goals attempted[edit]

(Correct as of 6 February 2021)

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

(Correct as of 28 August 2020)

  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 August 2020)

  1. Kyle Lowry – 596 (2017–18 season)
  2. Kyle Lowry – 547 (2015–16 season)
  3. Kyle Lowry – 500 (2013–14 season)
  4. Damon Stoudamire – 496 (1996–97 season)
  5. Kyle Lowry – 468 (2016–17 season)
  6. Kyle Lowry – 466 (2019-20 season)
  7. Kyle Lowry – 453 (2018–19 season)
  8. Morris Peterson – 448 (2005–06 season)
  9. Lou Williams – 447 (2014–15 season)

Highest three point percentage[edit]

(Correct as of 31 August 2020)

  1. Danny Green – 45.5%
  2. Jason Kapono – 44.7%
  3. Mike James – 44.2%
  4. Steve Novak – 42.6%
  5. Anthony Parker – 42.4%
  6. Matt Bonner – 42.1%
  7. Donyell Marshall – 41.0%

Highest three point percentage in a season[edit]

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

(Correct as of 13 September 2020)

  1. Jason Kapono – 48.3% (2007–08 season)
  2. Danny Green – 45.5% (2018–19 season)
  3. Mike James – 44.2% (2005–06 season)
  4. Anthony Parker – 44.1% (2006–07 season)
  5. Anthony Parker – 43.8% (2007–08 season)
  6. Patrick Patterson – 43.7% (2014–15 season)

Free throws[edit]

Most free throws made[edit]

(Correct as of 6 February 2021)

Most free throws made in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 27 August 2020)

  1. DeMar DeRozan – 24, vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 4 March 2016[89]
  2. Vince Carter – 22, vs. Phoenix Suns, 30 December 2000;[1]Chris Bosh – 22, vs. Phoenix Suns, 22 December 2007[61]
  3. Chris Bosh – 20, vs. Golden State Warriors, 4 April 2010
  4. Chris Bosh – 19, vs. Charlotte Bobcats, 20 March 2009[61]
  5. Mike James – 18, vs. Detroit Pistons, 14 April 2006

Most free throws made in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 25 July 2020)

  1. DeMar DeRozan – 555 (2015–16 season)
  2. DeMar DeRozan – 545 (2016–17 season)
  3. DeMar DeRozan – 519 (2013–14 season)
  4. Chris Bosh – 504 (2008–09 season)

Most free throws attempted[edit]

(Correct as of 6 February 2021)

Most free throws attempted in a game[edit]

(Correct as of 2 February 2021)

  1. Vince Carter – 27, vs. Phoenix Suns, 30 December 2000[1]
  2. DeMar DeRozan – 25, vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 4 March 2016
  3. Chris Bosh – 24, vs. Phoenix Suns, 22 December 2007
  4. Chris Bosh – 23, vs. Golden State Warriors, 4 April 2010
  5. Chris Bosh – 20, vs. Charlotte Bobcats, 20 March 2009; vs. Detroit Pistons, 4 December 2009; vs. Indiana Pacers, 11 January 2010 DeMar DeRozan – 20, vs. Indiana Pacers, 31 March 2017

Most free throws attempted in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 13 September 2020)

  1. DeMar DeRozan – 653 (2015–16 season)
  2. DeMar DeRozan – 647 (2016–17 season)
  3. DeMar DeRozan – 630 (2013–14 season)
  4. Chris Bosh – 617 (2008–09 season)
  5. Chris Bosh – 590 (2006–07 season; 2009–10 season)

Highest free throw percentage (minimum 100 attempts)[edit]

(Correct as of 14 August 2020)

  1. José Calderón – 87.7%
  2. Lou Williams – 86.19%
  3. Kawhi Leonard – 85.5%
  4. Jarrett Jack – 84.7%
  5. Fred VanVleet – 84.2%
  6. T. J. Ford – 83.7%; Mike James – 83.7%
  7. Anthony Parker – 82.9%
  8. DeMar DeRozan – 82.7%; Joey Graham – 82.7%

Highest free throw percentage in a season (minimum 125 makes)[edit]

(Correct as of 14 August 2020)

  1. José Calderón – 98.1% (2008–09 season)[54]
  2. José Calderón – 90.8% (2007–08 season)
  3. José Calderón – 90.0% (2012–13 season)
  4. José Calderón – 88.2% (2011–12 season)
  5. Andrea Bargnani – 87.3% (2011–12 season)
  6. Alan Anderson – 85.7% (2012–13 season)
  7. José Calderón – 85.4% (2010–11 season); Kawhi Leonard – 85.4% (2018–19 season); Kyle Lowry – 85.4% (2017–18 season); Jalen Rose – 85.4% (2004–05 season)
  8. DeMar DeRozan – 85.0% (2015–16 season)
  9. Fred VanVleet – 84.8% (2019-20 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 22 September 2020)

  1. José Calderón – 87[90]

Double doubles[edit]

Most double doubles[edit]

(Correct as of 14 August 2020)

  1. Chris Bosh – 239[91][92]
  2. Jonas Valančiūnas – 137
  3. Kyle Lowry – 123
  4. Antonio Davis – 110[91][92]
  5. José Calderón – 91
  6. Damon Stoudamire – 86
  7. Serge Ibaka – 53
  8. Amir Johnson – 52
  9. Donyell Marshall – 49
  10. Vince Carter – 39
  11. Pascal Siakam – 30
  12. Charles Oakley – 30
  13. Kevin Willis – 29

Most double doubles in a season[edit]

(Correct as of 27 September 2020)

  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)

Most triple doubles[edit]

Kyle Lowry holds the record for most triple doubles in Raptors franchise.

(Correct as of 28 February 2021)

Franchise records for playoffs[edit]

Unless otherwise stated, statistics/records are correct as of the 2020 NBA Playoffs.

Most games played (playoffs)[edit]

Most minutes played (playoffs)[edit]

Most minutes played in game (playoffs)[edit]

Most points (playoffs)[edit]

Most points in a game (playoffs)[edit]

Most points scored in a playoff game
Player Points Opponent Date
50 points
Vince Carter 50 Philadelphia 76ers 11 May 2001
45 points
Kawhi Leonard 45 Philadelphia 76ers 27 April 2019
41 points
Kawhi Leonard 41 Philadelphia 76ers 12 May 2019
39 points
Vince Carter 39 Philadelphia 76ers 18 May 2001
Chris Bosh Orlando Magic 26 April 2008
Kawhi Leonard Philadelphia 76ers 5 May 2019
37 points
DeMar DeRozan 37 Cleveland Cavaliers 5 May 2017
DeMar DeRozan Washington Wizards 17 April 2018
Kawhi Leonard Orlando Magic 16 April 2019
36 points
Kawhi Leonard 36 Milwaukee Bucks 19 May 2019
Kawhi Leonard Golden State Warriors 7 June 2019
Kyle Lowry Brooklyn Nets 30 April 2014
Kyle Lowry Miami Heat 13 May 2016

Most points scored in a half (playoffs)[edit]

Most points scored in a quarter (playoffs)[edit]

Most points scored in an overtime period (playoffs)[edit]

Most points in a postseason run (playoffs)[edit]

Though Kawhi Leonard only spent a season with the Raptors, his 732 points during the postseason in Toronto’s NBA championship run is a franchise record.

Most rebounds (playoffs)[edit]

Most rebounds in a game (playoffs)[edit]

Most assists (playoffs)[edit]

Most assists in a game (playoffs)[edit]

Most blocks (playoffs)[edit]

Most blocks in a game (playoffs)[edit]

Most steals (playoffs)[edit]

Most steals in a game (playoffs)[edit]

Most double doubles (playoffs)[edit]

  1. Jonas Valanciunas – 17
  2. Antonio Davis – 12
  3. Kyle Lowry – 11[97]
  4. Pascal Siakam – 10[98]
  5. Kawhi Leonard – 9
  6. Chris Bosh; Serge Ibaka – 5[99]

Most field goals made (playoffs)[edit]

Most field goals made
Player Field goals made
Kyle Lowry 480

Most field goals made in a game (playoffs)[edit]

Most field goals attempted (playoffs)[edit]

Most field goals attempted
Player Field goals attempted
Kyle Lowry 1133

Most field goals attempted in a game (playoffs)[edit]

Most three point field goals made (playoffs)[edit]

Most three point field goals made
Player Three point field goals made
Kyle Lowry 180

Most three point field goals made in a game (playoffs)[edit]

Most free throws made (playoffs)[edit]

Most free throws made in a game (playoffs)[edit]

Most free throws attempted (playoffs)[edit]

Most free throws attempted in a game (playoffs)[edit]

Franchise record for wins[edit]

Regular season wins
Wins Season
Most wins
59 2017–18
Most home wins
34 2017–18
Most road wins
27 2019–20
Best start to the season
6–0 2018–19
Playoffs wins
Most wins in the playoffs
16 2018–19
Most wins in a playoff series
4 2018–19

Franchise record for championships[edit]

External links[edit]

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