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Kyle Lowry: Where does the All-Star guard stand in the Toronto Raptors franchise record books?

Kyle Lowry is reportedly headed to the Miami Heat, ending what has been a memorable nine-year run with the franchise.

The six-time All-Star and floor general made a strong case as the Greatest Raptor of All-Time during his time in Toronto, leaving his name etched all over the franchise's record books before his departure.

He holds the franchise's all-time records for a number of major statistical categories such as total assists, steals, 3-pointers made and triple-doubles, while ranking second in total points, games played and minutes played. Lowry also ranks third in total field goals made, free throws made and defensive rebounds, while ranking eighth in total offensive rebounds.

His 238 3-pointers made in 2017-18 are the most in a single season in franchise history. This past season, his 19 assists in a game also tied a franchise record. He holds nearly all of the Raptors' records for career playoff totals, including points, rebounds, assists, steals, 3-pointers made and games played, to name a few.

If you want to dive into the more analytical side of things, he ranks first in franchise history in offensive win shares, defensive win shares, total win shares and value over replacement player.

As for more non-glamorous records that were accrued over a lengthy Raptors career, Lowry is the franchise's all-time leader in turnovers and personal fouls as well.

To see where Lowry stacks up against other great players in Raptors franchise history, take a look below.

All stats are courtesy of

Raptors All-Time Scoring Leaders
Rank Player Total Points
1. DeMar DeRozan 13,296
2. Kyle Lowry 10,540
3. Chris Bosh 10,275
4. Vince Carter 9,420
5. Andrea Bargnani 6,581

Raptors All-Time Assist Leaders
Rank Player Total Assists
1. Kyle Lowry 4,277
2. Jose Calderon 3,770
3. DeMar DeRozan 2,078
4. Alvin Williams 1,791
5. Damon Stoudamire 1,761
Raptors All-Time Total Rebounds Leaders
Rank Player Total Rebounds
1. Chris Bosh 4,776
2. Jonas Valanciunas 3,961
3. Kyle Lowry 2,954
4. Antonio Davis 2,839
5. Amir Johnson 2,836

Raptors All-Time Steals Leaders
Rank Player Total Steals
1. Kyle Lowry 873
2. Doug Christie 664
3. DeMar DeRozan 655
4. Morris Peterson 552
5. Vince Carter 534

Raptors All-Time 3-Point Leaders
Rank Player Total 3-Pointers Made
1. Kyle Lowry 1,518
2. Morris Peterson 801
3. Terrence Ross 598
4. Andrea Bargnani 579
5. Vince Carter 554

Raptors All-Time Field Goals Leaders
Rank Player Total Field Goals Made
1. DeMar DeRozan 4,716
2. Chris Bosh 3,614
3. Vince Carter 3,541
4. Kyle Lowry 3,376
5. Andrea Bargnani 2,419

Raptors All-Time Free Throws Leaders
Rank Player Total Free Throws Made
1. DeMar DeRozan 3,539
2. Chris Bosh 2,997
3. Kyle Lowry 2,270
4. Vince Carter 1,784
5. Andrea Bargnani 1,164

Raptors All-Time Games Played Leaders
Rank Player Total Games Played
1. DeMar DeRozan 675
2. Kyle Lowry 601
3. Morris Peterson 542
4. Jose Calderon 525
5. Chris Bosh 509

Raptors All-Time Minutes Played Leaders
Rank Player Total Minutes Played
1. DeMar DeRozan 22,986
2. Kyle Lowry 20,813
3. Chris Bosh 18,815
4. Morris Peterson 16,059
5. Vince Carter 15,114

Raptors All-Time Triple-Doubles Leaders
Rank Player Total Triple-Doubles
1. Kyle Lowry 16
2. Damon Stoudamire 3
T-3. Jose Calderon 2
T-3. Marcus Camby 2
T-5. Six different players 1

Raptors All-Time Turnovers Leaders
Rank Player Total Turnovers
1. Kyle Lowry 1,591
2. DeMar DeRozan 1,323
3. Chris Bosh 1,126
4. Vince Carter 928
5. Jose Calderon 906

Raptors All-Time Personal Fouls Leaders
Rank Player Total Personal Fouls
1. Kyle Lowry 1,769
2. Amir Johnson 1,524
3. DeMar DeRozan 1,499
4. Morris Peterson 1,344
5. Chris Bosh 1,329

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