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NBA Playoffs 2019: How far has each player on the Toronto Raptors made it and how have they performed in the postseason?

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Pascal Siakam, Marc Gasol, Kyle Lowry [NBA Getty Images]

The NBA Playoffs are finally here!

As the Toronto Raptors are set to make a push to the NBA Finals, playoff experience is important.

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Take a look at how many times each Raptors player has been to the playoffs, how far they've made it and how they've performed in the postseason.

OG Anunoby

Playoff appearances: 1

Deepest playoff run: Eastern Conference Semifinals (2018) with the Raptors

Career playoff stats: 10 games, 23.8 minutes per game - 7.9 ppg (55.8% FG, 44.8% 3PT), 2.1 rpg

Best playoff performance: 2018 ECSF - Game 3, Raptors at Cleveland Cavaliers - 18 points (7-12 FG, 4-7 3PT), four rebounds, one block

Anunoby was the second-leading scorer for the Raptors in this contest but it wasn't enough, as the Raptors fell to the Cavs before being swept in four games.

Chris Boucher

Playoff appearances: N/A

Deepest playoff run: N/A

Career playoff stats: N/A

Best playoff performance: N/A

Boucher was on the Golden State Warriors' roster for their 2017-18 NBA Championship run but did not appear in any games.

Marc Gasol

Playoff appearances: 6

Deepest playoff run: Western Conference Finals (2013) with the Memphis Grizzlies

Career playoff stats: 59 games, 39.7 minutes per game - 17.2 ppg (45.1% FG, 38.9% 3PT), 8.9 rpg, 3.5 apg, 1.7 bpg

Best playoff performance: 2013 Western Conference First Round - Game 4, Grizzlies vs. LA Clippers - 24 points (9-14 FG), 13 rebounds, four assists, three blocks

Gasol's playoff career-high came in Game 1 of the 2017 Western Conference Playoffs, scoring 32 points in a 29-point loss to the San Antonio Spurs.

Danny Green

Playoff appearances: 8

Deepest playoff run: NBA Finals (2013, 2014) with the San Antonio Spurs - NBA Champion in 2014

Career playoff stats: 100 games, 25.0 minutes per game - 8.4 ppg (43.0% FG, 41.4% 3PT), 3.2 rpg, 1.2 apg, 1.0 spg

Best playoff performance: 2013 NBA Finals - Game 3, Spurs vs. Miami Heat - 27 points (7-9 3PT), four rebounds, two steals, two blocks

Green was lights out in Game 3 of the 2013 NBA Finals, burying seven 3-pointers en route to a 36-point blowout win over the Heat.

Serge Ibaka

Playoff appearances: 8

Deepest playoff run: NBA Finals (2012) with the Oklahoma City Thunder

Career playoff stats: 109 games, 30.5 minutes per game - 11.0 ppg (49.9% FG, 39.2% 3PT), 6.6 rpg, 2.3 bpg

Best playoff performance: 2012 WCF - Game 4, Thunder vs. Spurs - 26 points (11-11 FG), five rebounds, three blocks

Ibaka was perfect from the field in a season-changing Game 4 victory for the Thunder. He stepped up while Russell Westbrook struggled to even the series at 2-2 before OKC took the next two games to reach the NBA Finals.

Kawhi Leonard

Playoff appearances: 6

Deepest playoff run: NBA Finals (2013, 2014) with the San Antonio Spurs - NBA Champion and Finals MVP in 2014

Career playoff stats: 87 games, 33.4 minutes per game - 16.5 ppg (51.4% FG, 42.7% 3PT), 7.3 rpg, 1.9 apg, 1.7 spg

Best playoff performance: 2017 Western Conference First Round - Game 1, Spurs at Grizzlies - 43 points (14-30 FG, 7-10 3PT), eight rebounds, six steals, three assists

Leonard has had a number of great playoff games but even in a two-point overtime loss, it's hard to top this performance.

Honourable mentions go to going for 29 points, four boards and two assists, blocks and steals versus the Heat in Game 3 of the 2014 NBA Finals and going for 32 points, seven rebounds, five blocks, four steals and two assists in a Game 3 win over the Grizzlies in 2016.

Jeremy Lin

Playoff appearances: 3

Deepest playoff run: First Round (2013, 2014, 2016) with the Houston Rockets and Charlotte Hornets

Career playoff stats: 17 games, 26.5 minutes per game - 10.1 ppg (38.5% FG, 20.4% 3PT), 2.6 apg, 2.3 rpg

Best playoff performance: 2014 Western Conference First Round - Game 5, Rockets vs. Portland Trail Blazers - 21 points (9-15 FG, 2-5 3PT), four assists, three rebounds, two steals, one block

Lin's 21 points off the bench came in an elimination game for the Rockets in 2014.

Kyle Lowry

Playoff appearances: 6

Deepest playoff run: Eastern Conference Finals (2016) with the Toronto Raptors

Career playoff stats: 62 games, 33.6 minutes per game - 15.3 ppg (41.2% FG, 34.0% 3PT), 8.5 apg, 4.3 rpg, 1.5 spg

Best playoff performance: 2016 Eastern Conference First Round - Game 7, Raptors vs. Heat - 35 points (11-20 FG, 5-7 3PT), nine assists, seven rebounds, four steals

Lowry's 35-point performance came in a win to advance the Raptors, one game after he scored his playoff career-high 36 points in a loss in Game 6 of the same series. The Raptors reached the Conference Finals for the first time in franchise history in the same postseason.

Jordan Loyd

Playoff appearances: N/A

Deepest playoff run: N/A

Career playoff stats: N/A

Best playoff performance: N/A

Loyd is a rookie and this will be his first playoff appearance.

Patrick McCaw

Playoff appearances: 2

Deepest playoff run: NBA Finals (2017, 2018) with Golden State Warriors - NBA Champion in 2017 and 2018

Career playoff stats: 21 games, 9.4 minutes per game - 3.1 ppg (44.0% FG, 33.3% 3PT), 1.7 rpg

Best playoff performance: 2017 WCF - Game 2, Warriors vs. Spurs - 18 points (6-8 FG, 3-4 3PT), five assists, three rebounds, three steals

McCaw showed out in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals, chipping in 18 points off the bench, which was the second-most points on the team behind Stephen Curry's 29.

Jodie Meeks

Playoff appearances: 4

Deepest playoff run: Eastern Conference Semifinals (2012) with the Philadelphia 76ers

Career playoff stats: 20 games, 12.5 minutes per game - 4.0 ppg (38.7% FG, 33.3% 3PT)

Best playoff performance: 2012 ECSF - Game 3, 76ers vs. Celtics - 13 points (4-9 FG, 1 3PM), two rebounds, one assist

Meeks chipped in 13 points off the bench, doing what he could to help out the 76ers in their Game 3 loss to the Celtics.

Malcolm Miller

Playoff appearances: N/A

Deepest playoff run: N/A

Career playoff stats: N/A

Best playoff performance: N/A

This will be Miller's first playoff appearance.

Norman Powell

Playoff appearances: 3

Deepest playoff run: Eastern Conference Finals (2016) with the Toronto Raptors

Career playoff stats: 33 games, 14.3 minutes per game - 5.6 ppg (39.8% FG, 34.3% 3PT), 1.7 rpg

Best playoff performance: 2017 Eastern Conference First Round - Game 5, Raptors vs. Bucks - 25 points (8-11 FG, 4-4 3PT), four rebounds, four assists, three steals, one block

Powell was the Raptors' leading scorer in a crucial Game 5 win over the Bucks. The win gave them a lead in the series, in which they would close out the very next game to advance to the next round.

Pascal Siakam

Playoff appearances: 2

Deepest playoff run: Eastern Conference Semifinals (2018) with the Toronto Raptors

Career playoff stats: 12 games, 15.8 minutes per game - 5.5 ppg (58.1% FG, 75.0% 3PT), 3.3 rpg

Best playoff performance: 2018 Eastern Conference First Round - Game 6, Raptors at Wizards - 11 points (5-6 FG), eight rebounds, two blocks, one steal

Siakam's playoff career-high of 11 points came in a Game 6 win to help the Raptors advance to the next round. With the way he's played this season, he could very well surpass that playoff career-high in the first quarter of Game 1.

Fred VanVleet

Playoff appearances: 2

Deepest playoff run: Eastern Conference Semifinals (2017, 2018) with the Toronto Raptors

Career playoff stats: 13 games, 11.0 minutes per game - 4.2 ppg (33.3% FG, 30.3% 3PT), 1.3 apg

Best playoff performance: 2018 ECSF - Game 2, Raptors vs. Cavaliers - 14 points (5-10 FG, 4-7 3PT), four assists

VanVleet had the hot hand in Game 2 last year, scoring his playoff career-high of 14 points but it came in a loss as the Raptors fell to the Cavaliers by 18 points.

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