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

Contents

Individual accomplishments

All-NBA

First team:

  • None

Second team:

Third team:

All-NBA Defensive Team: First team:

  • None

Second team:

  • None

All-Star

All-Star Rookie Game

All-Star Rookie/Sophomore Challenge Game

Slam Dunk champion

Three Point Shootout champion

NBA Most Valuable Player

  • None

NBA Finals Most Valuable Player

  • None

Basketball Hall of Famers

Retired jerseys

  • None

Coach of the Year

Executive of the Year

Rookie of the Year

All-Rookie

File:Andrea Bargnani.JPG
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*

  • Vince Carter: 15 March 2004; 1 December 2003; 5 November 2001[1]
  • Chris Bosh: 3 January 2005; 30 January 2006; 26 March 2007; 7 January 2008; 28 October 2008[3]

Conference Player of the Month*

Conference Rookie of the Month*

Conference Coach of the Month*

Eurobasket

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Jorge Garbajosa represented Spain at Eurobasket 2007.

Eurobasket 2007:

World Championship

2002 FIBA World Championship:

2006 FIBA World Championship:

Olympics

1996 Summer Olympics:

2000 Summer Olympics:

2008 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

Team records

Regular season

Playoffs

Individual records

Regular season

Playoffs

Other records

Franchise records for regular season

Unless otherwise stated, statistics/records are accurate as at the end of the 2007–08 season.

Games played

Most games played

(Correct as of 31 January 2010)

  1. Morris Peterson – 544[24]
  2. Chris Bosh – 487[25]
  3. Alvin Williams – 417
  4. Vince Carter – 403[26]
  5. José Calderón – 327[20]

Most consecutive games played

  1. Morris Peterson – 371, between 12 February 2002 and 22 November 2006[27]

Minutes

Most minutes played

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Chris Bosh – 17,857[25]
  2. Morris Peterson – 16,059[24]
  3. Vince Carter – 15,408[26]

Most minutes played in a game

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Vince Carter – 63, vs. Sacramento Kings, 23 February 2001[26]

Most minutes played in a season

(Correct as of 27 January 2010)

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 3311 (1996–97 season)[28]

Highest minutes per game

(Correct as of 27 January 2010)

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 41.0[28]
  2. Vince Carter – 37.5
  3. Chris Bosh – 37.0[25]

Highest minutes per game in a season

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 41.5 (1997–98 season)[28]

Points

Most points scored

Vince Carter was the first face of the Raptors franchise and holds the most number of Raptors records.

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Chris Bosh – 9656[25][29]
  2. Vince Carter – 9420[26]
  3. Morris Peterson – 6498[24]
  4. Doug Christie – 4448
  5. Antonio Davis – 3994[30]
  6. Damon Stoudamire – 3917
  7. Andrea Bargnani – 3466
  8. José Calderón – 3183[20]

Most points scored in a game

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Vince Carter – 51, vs. Phoenix Suns, 27 February 2000

Most points scored in a season

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Vince Carter – 2107 (1999–2000 season)[26]

Highest points per game

(Correct as of 27 January 2010)

  1. Vince Carter – 23.4[26][31]
  2. Chris Bosh – 20.0[25]
  3. Damon Stoudamire – 19.6[28]

Highest points per game in a season

(Correct as of 27 January 2010)

  1. Vince Carter – 27.6 (2000–01 season)[26]
  2. Vince Carter – 25.7 (1999–2000 season)[26]
  3. Vince Carter – 24.7 (2001–02 season)[26]
  4. Chris Bosh – 23.9 (2009–10 season)[25]
  5. Chris Bosh – 22.7 (2008–09 season)[25]
  6. Chris Bosh – 22.6 (2006–07 season)[25]

Rebounds

File:Chris Bosh.JPG
Chris Bosh is the current face of the Raptors franchise and holds almost all the rebounding records.

Most rebounds

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Chris Bosh – 4504[25][32]
  2. Antonio Davis – 2839[30]
  3. Vince Carter – 2091[26]
  4. Morris Peterson – 2064[24]
  5. Charles Oakley – 1655

Most defensive rebounds

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Chris Bosh – 3210[25]
  2. Antonio Davis – 1882[30]

Most offensive rebounds

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Chris Bosh – 1294[25][33]
  2. Antonio Davis – 957[30]
  3. Vince Carter – 740
  4. Morris Peterson – 503
  5. Jerome Williams – 466

Most rebounds in a game

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Donyell Marshall – 24, vs. Chicago Bulls, 17 February 2004[18]
  2. Chris Bosh – 22, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 25 March 2005[3]

Most rebounds in a season

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Antonio Davis – 787 (2000–01 season)[30]
  2. Chris Bosh – 771 (2008–09 season)[25]
  3. Charles Oakley – 741 (2000–01 season); Chris Bosh – 741 (2006–07 season)[25]
  4. Chris Bosh – 718 (2004–05 season)[25]

Highest rebounds per game

(Correct as of 27 January 2010)

  1. Chris Bosh – 9.4[25]
  2. Antonio Davis – 9.2[30]

Highest rebounds per game in a season

(Correct as of 27 January 2010)

  1. Chris Bosh – 11.3 (2009–10 season)[25]
  2. Chris Bosh – 10.7 (2006–07 season)[25]
  3. Antonio Davis – 10.1 (2000–01 season)
  4. Chris Bosh – 10.0 (2008–09 season)
  5. Antonio Davis – 9.6 (2001–02 season)
  6. Charles Oakley – 9.5 (2000–01 season)

Assists

Most assists

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. José Calderón – 2146[20][34]
  2. Alvin Williams – 1791
  3. Damon Stoudamire – 1767
  4. Vince Carter – 1553
  5. Doug Christie – 1314

Most assists in a game

(Correct as of 27 January 2010)

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 19, vs. Houston Rockets, 27 February 1996;[28] José Calderón – 19, vs. Chicago Bulls, 29 March 2009[35]
  2. T. J. Ford – 18, vs. Denver Nuggets, 18 November 2006; T. J. Ford, vs. New York Knicks, 14 March 2007[36]
  3. José Calderón – 16, vs. Houston Rockets, 3 March 2009

Most assists in a season

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 709 (1996–97 season)[28]
  2. José Calderón – 678 (2007–08 season)[20]
  3. Damon Stoudamire – 653 (1995–96 season)[28]
  4. José Calderón – 607 (2008–09 season)[20]
  5. T. J. Ford – 595 (2006–07 season)[36]

Highest assists per game

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 8.7[28]
  2. T. J. Ford – 7.0[36]
  3. José Calderón – 6.6[20]

Highest assists per game in a season

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 9.3 (1995–96 season)[28]
  2. Mark Jackson – 9.2 (2000–01 season)
  3. José Calderón – 8.9 (2008–09 season)[20]
  4. Damon Stoudamire – 8.8 (1996–97 season)[28]
  5. José Calderón – 8.3 (2007–08 season)[20]

Blocks

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

Most blocks

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Chris Bosh – 577[25]
  2. Vince Carter – 415[26]
  3. Antonio Davis – 405[30]
  4. Marcus Camby – 360[37]
  5. Tracy McGrady – 278

Most blocks in a game

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Keon Clark – 12, vs. Atlanta Hawks, 23 March 2001
  2. Jermaine O'Neal – 9, vs. Los Angeles Lakers, 4 February 2009

Most blocks in a season

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Marcus Camby – 230 (1997–98 season)[37]
  2. Tracy McGrady – 151 (1999–2000 season);[38] Antonio Davis – 151 (2000–01 season)

Highest blocks per game

(Correct as of 31 January 2010)

  1. Marcus Camby – 2.9[37]
  2. Keon Clark – 2.0; Jermaine O'Neal – 2.0[39]
  3. Tracy McGrady – 1.4[38]

Highest blocks per game in a season

(Correct as of 17 January 2010)

  1. Marcus Camby – 3.7 (1997–98 season)[37]
  2. Keon Clark – 2.4 (2000–01 season)
  3. Marcus Camby – 2.1 (1996–97 season)[37]
  4. Jermaine O'Neal – 2.0 (2008–09 season)[39]
  5. Tracy McGrady – 1.9 (1999–2000 season);[38] Antonio Davis – 1.9 (2000–01 season)

Steals

Most steals

(Correct as of 31 January 2010)

  1. Doug Christie – 734[40]
  2. Morris Peterson – 552[24]

Most steals in a game

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Doug Christie – 9, vs. Denver Nuggets, 25 February 1997[41]

Most steals in a season

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Doug Christie – 201 (1996–97 season)[40]
  2. Doug Christie – 190 (1997–98 season)[40]

Highest steals per game

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Alvin Robertson – 2.2
  2. Doug Christie – 2.1[40]

Highest steals per game in a season

(Correct as of 6 January 2010)

  1. Doug Christie – 2.5 (1996–97 season)[40]
  2. Doug Christie – 2.4 (1997–98 season)[40]
  3. Doug Christie – 2.3 (1998–99 season)[40]
  4. Alvin Robertson – 2.2 (1995–96 season)

Field goals

Most field goals made

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Vince Carter – 3541
  2. Chris Bosh – 3381[25]

Most field goals made in a game

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Vince Carter – 20 vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 14 January 2000; Charlie Villanueva – 20 vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 26 March 2006

Most field goals made in a season

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Vince Carter – 788 (1999–2000 season)[26]
  2. Vince Carter – 762 (2000–01 season)[26]

Most field goals attempted

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Vince Carter – 7944[26]
  2. Chris Bosh – 6889[25]

Most field goals attempted in a game

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Vince Carter – 36 vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 21 January 2001

Most field goals attempted in a season

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Vince Carter – 1696 (1999–2000 season)[26]
  2. Vince Carter – 1656 (2000–01 season)[26]

Highest field goal percentage

  1.  ?

Highest field goal percentage in a season

  1.  ?

Three point field goals

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

Most three point field goals

(Correct as of 6 January 2010)

  1. Morris Peterson – 801[24]

Most three point field goals in a game

(Correct as of 6 January 2010)

  1. Donyell Marshall – 12, vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 13 March 2005

Most three point field goals in a season

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Morris Peterson – 177 (2005–06 season)[24]
  2. Mike James – 169 (2005–06 season)
  3. Vince Carter – 162 (2000–01 season)[26]
  4. Donyell Marshall – 151 (2004–05 season)

Most three point field goals attempted

  1. Morris Peterson – 2158[24]
  2. Vince Carter – 1445
  3. Doug Christie – 1213

Most three point field goals attempted in a game

  1.  ?

Most three point field goals attempted in a season

  1. Damon Stoudamire – 496 (1996–97 season)
  2. Morris Peterson – 448 (2005–06 season)
  3. Walt Williams – 437 (1996–97 season)

Highest three point percentage

  1. Jason Kapono – 0.447
  2. Mike James – 0.442
  3. Anthony Parker – 0.424

Highest three point percentage in a season

File:Jason Kapono.JPG
Jason Kapono holds the record for best three point percentage in a season.
  1. Jason Kapono – 0.483 (2007–08 season)
  2. Anthony Parker – 0.476 (2007–08 season)

Free throws

Most free throws made

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Chris Bosh – 2846[25][42]
  2. Vince Carter – 1784[26]
  3. Antonio Davis – 1156
  4. Morris Peterson – 1015[24]
  5. Doug Christie – 953

Most free throws made in a game

(Correct as of 27 January 2010)

  1. Vince Carter – 22, vs. Phoenix Suns, 30 December 2000;[1] Chris Bosh – 22, vs. Phoenix Suns, 22 December 2007[25]
  2. Chris Bosh – 19, vs. Charlotte Bobcats, 20 March 2009[25]

Most free throws made in a season

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. Chris Bosh – 504 (2008–09 season)[25]
  2. Chris Bosh – 474 (2005–06 season)[25]
  3. Chris Bosh – 472 (2007–08 season)[25]
  4. Chris Bosh – 463 (2006–07 season)[25]
  5. Vince Carter – 436 (1999–2000 season)[26]

Most free throws attempted

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Chris Bosh – 3580[25][42]
  2. Vince Carter – 2277
  3. Antonio Davis – 1501
  4. Morris Peterson – 1298
  5. Doug Christie – 1166

Most free throws attempted in a game

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Vince Carter – 27, vs. Phoenix Suns, 30 December 2000[1]
  2. Chris Bosh – 24, vs. Phoenix Suns, 22 December 2007

Most free throws attempted in a season

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. Chris Bosh – 617 (2008–09 season)[25]
  2. Chris Bosh – 590 (2006–07 season)[25]
  3. Chris Bosh – 581 (2005–06 season)[25]
  4. Chris Bosh – 559 (2007–08 season)[25]
  5. Vince Carter – 551 (1999–2000 season)[26]

Highest free throw percentage

  1. José Calderón – 0.894
  2. T.J. Ford – 0.837; Mike James – 0.837

Highest free throw percentage in a season

(Correct as of 22 January 2010)

  1. José Calderón – 0.981 (2008–09 season)[20]

Most consecutive free throws made

File:Josè Calderon.JPG
José Calderón holds the records for most consecutive free throws made and highest assist-to-turnover ratio.

(Correct as of 28 January 2010)

  1. José Calderón – 87[43]
  2. Chauncey Billups – 51[43]

Turnovers

Lowest turnovers per game

  1. ?

Lowest turnovers per game in a season

  1. ?

Highest assist-to-turnover ratio

  1. ?

Highest assist-to-turnover ratio in a season

  1. José Calderón – 5.38 to 1 (2007–08 season)[44]
  2. Muggsy Bogues – 5.07 to 1 (1999–2000 season)[45]

Most double doubles

(Correct as of 31 January 2010)

  1. Chris Bosh – 224[46][47]
  2. Antonio Davis – 124[46][47]

Franchise records for playoffs

Unless otherwise stated, statistics/records are correct as at the end of the 2008–09 season.

Most points

  1. Vince Carter – 385
  2. Antonio Davis – 321[30]
  3. Alvin Williams – 225; Chris Bosh – 225[25]

Most rebounds

  1. Antonio Davis – 211[30]

Most assists

  1. Chris Childs – 115
  2. Alvin Williams – 78
  3. Vince Carter – 75

Most steals

  1. Vince Carter – 23
  2. Alvin Williams – 21

Most blocks

  1. Antonio Davis – 31[30]

Other franchise records

In a game

Team (regular season)

  • Biggest margin of victory in a home game – 42, vs. Miami Heat, 19 March 2008[48]
  • Biggest margin of victory in a road game – 37, vs. New Jersey Nets, 2 November 2007[49]
  • Most points given up in a home game – 140, vs. Phoenix Suns, 31 March 2006[50]
  • Most points given up in a road game – 152, vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 13 March 1998[51]
  • Fewest points given up in a home game – 54, vs. Miami Heat, 19 March 2008[52]
  • Fewest points given up in a road game
  1. 64, vs. Detroit Pistons, 23 December 2009
  2. 69, vs. New Jersey Nets, 2 November 2007[53]
  • Fewest points scored by both teams in a half in a home game – 68, vs. Detroit Pistons, 26 March 2008[54]
  • Most points scored in a game – 134, vs. Chicago Bulls, 29 March 2009
  • Most points scored in a half – ?
  • Most points given up in a half – ?
  • Most assists – ?
  • Most rebounds – ?
  • Most blocks – 23
  • Most steals – ?
  • Most field goals made – ?
  • Most field goals attempted – ?
  • Most three point field goals made – 21
  • Most three point field goals made in a quarter – 8[55]
  • Most three point field goals attempted – ?
  • Most free throws made – ?
  • Most free throws attempted – ?

Team (playoffs)

  • Most points scored in a home game – 108, vs. Orlando Magic, 24 April 2008[56]
  • Most points scored in a half in a home game – 61, vs. Orlando Magic, 24 April 2008[56]
  • Most points allowed – ?
  • Most assists – ?
  • Most rebounds – ?
  • Most blocks – ?
  • Most steals – ?
  • Most field goals made – ?
  • Most field goals attempted – ?
  • Most three point field goals made – ?
  • Most three point field goals attempted – ?
  • Most free throws made – ?
  • Most free throws attempted – ?

Individual

In a rookie season

Miscellaneous

  • Most home game sellouts – 40 out of 41 (2001–02 season)[54]

External links

References

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Jeux de lettres

Les jeux de lettre français sont :
○   Anagrammes
○   jokers, mots-croisés
○   Lettris
○   Boggle.

Lettris

Lettris est un jeu de lettres gravitationnelles proche de Tetris. Chaque lettre qui apparaît descend ; il faut placer les lettres de telle manière que des mots se forment (gauche, droit, haut et bas) et que de la place soit libérée.

boggle

Il s'agit en 3 minutes de trouver le plus grand nombre de mots possibles de trois lettres et plus dans une grille de 16 lettres. Il est aussi possible de jouer avec la grille de 25 cases. Les lettres doivent être adjacentes et les mots les plus longs sont les meilleurs. Participer au concours et enregistrer votre nom dans la liste de meilleurs joueurs ! Jouer

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Principales Références

La plupart des définitions du français sont proposées par SenseGates et comportent un approfondissement avec Littré et plusieurs auteurs techniques spécialisés.
Le dictionnaire des synonymes est surtout dérivé du dictionnaire intégral (TID).
L'encyclopédie française bénéficie de la licence Wikipedia (GNU).

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Les jeux de lettres anagramme, mot-croisé, joker, Lettris et Boggle sont proposés par Memodata.
Le service web Alexandria est motorisé par Memodata pour faciliter les recherches sur Ebay.
La SensagentBox est offerte par sensAgent.

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