Best: Toronto Raptors — Chris Bosh
This is actually one of the most difficult calls on the board between Bosh, Kyle Lowry, and Vince Carter. All of them played six or seven seasons with the Raptors, all of them made five All Star teams, and none were able to get over the hump to the NBA Finals but they each have their own merits.
Bosh never made it out of the first round of the playoffs with the Raptors while Carter did once and Lowry got his team to the Eastern Conference Finals. But Bosh had the least help of the trio, but he leads the franchise in rebounds and blocks and is second in points behind DeMar DeRozan, who played a little longer than all three of these Raptors but not quite at their level.
Worst: Toronto Raptors — Rafael Araujo
You could make a decent case for Andrea Bargnani, the Raptors’ only former number one pick who scored empty points and got dunked on repeatedly for many Toronto years. But Bargnani was eventually dealt for Marcus Camby and a draft pick that turned into Jakob Poeltl, and Poeltl later helped them get Kawhi Leonard, so we’ll forgive Bargnani.
Instead we’ll go with their first round pick two years prior, Rafael Araujo, a 24 year old Brazilian big man out of BYU who scored a whopping 317 points for the Raptors and was off the team before Bargnani even arrived.