Toronto Raptors

Report cards on every player on the Toronto Raptors for the 2019-20 season

Ahead of the 2019-20 NBA season resuming at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, we decided to hand out report cards for every player in the Toronto Raptors' rotation based on how they've played to this point of the season.

Who overachieved?

Who met expectations?

Did anyone fall short?

Below, you'll find each player's grade, along with a key stat and their full report card.

Pascal Siakam

Grade: A

Key stat: Usage rate of 33.5 in clutch time (17.6 last season)

FULL REPORT CARD

Kyle Lowry

Grade: A

Key stat: Only player to make the Eastern Conference All-Star team in each of the last six seasons

FULL REPORT CARD

Fred VanVleet

Grade: A

Key stat: Ranks 8th in the NBA in minutes per game

FULL REPORT CARD

OG Anunoby

Grade: B-

Key stat: Raptors are 25-7 when he scores in double figures

FULL REPORT CARD

Serge Ibaka

Grade: A

Key stat: 18.3 PPG in 27 games as a starter this season (13.4 PPG as a reserve)

FULL REPORT CARD

Norman Powell

Grade: A-

Key stat: True shooting percentage above 60.0 for the first time in his career

FULL REPORT CARD

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

Grade: B

Key stat: Defensive versatility rating of 94.2, making him the most versatile defender in the league

FULL REPORT CARD

Terence Davis

Grade: B+

Key stat: Only player on the Raptors to have appeared in every game this season

FULL REPORT CARD

Marc Gasol

Grade: C

Key stat: The Raptors defensive rating improved by over 6.0 points per 100 possessions with him on the floor, the largest impact of any rotation player

FULL REPORT CARD

Matt Thomas

Grade: C+

Key stat: Ranks third in the league in 3-point percentage among qualified players

FULL REPORT CARD

Chris Boucher

Grade: B-

Key stat: Had scored 10 or more points in only one game in his NBA career entering this season

FULL REPORT CARD

Patrick McCaw

Grade: D-

Key stat: Ranks 268th in PER among the 271 players in the NBA this season who have played at least 800 minutes

FULL REPORT CARD

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