Don’t look at the answers below. Read the questions, note your answer and check it after. All questions pertain to last season and all players in the answers had to have played at least 10 games with the club (so basically, no Peja).

  1. Which Raptor made the NBA top-20 in field-goal attempts?
  2. Which Raptor had the worst defensive rating (DRTG)?
  3. Which Raptor had the best offensive rating (ORTG)?
  4. Rank these three in FT-percentage (best first): Jack, Andersen, Calderon
  5. Best WS/48 on the team?
  6. Who was second on the team in rebounds per game?
  7. Highest PER?
  8. Which non-PG averaged the most assists per game?
  9. Who was second on the team in blocks per game?
  10. Which Raptors never came off the bench and started every game they played?


  1. Andrea Bargnani – 17.8 per game, 1173 overall
  2. Sonny Weems, followed by Leandro Barbosa and Jerryd Bayless
  3. Amir Johnson, followed by Ed Davis and Jose Calderon
  4. David Andersen, Jarrett Jack, Jose Calderon
  5. Amir Johnson
  6. Ed Davis – 7.1
  7. Amir Johnson – 17.6
  8. James Johnson – 3.0
  9. James Johnson – 1.1
  10. DeRozan 82, Bargnani 66, James Johnson 25

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  • JoePanini

    Got number 2, 4 and 9 wrong 🙁

    • Gr

      1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10 I got right. 2, 8, 9 I got wrong. Dang JJ was putting in some work I guess.

  • Nilanka15

    #9 was surprising.  J.Johnson’s got a lot of potential if he can figure things out on the offensive end.

  • c_bcm

    6/10…better than I thought i’d do. 2, 4, 7, 9 wrong. I’m liking how JJ did in these categories. Although I wonder how much of it is due to his first few weeks on the team when he was killing it before he regressed back to the mean.

  • Matt52


    2, 9 and only 2/3 on 10.

    • same here…fun little exercise. 

      good gawd it’s boring. 

  • ezz_bee

    fun Quiz, 6.66 out of ten

  • hateslosing

    lol, that was fun.

  • Juicey

    6 out of 10

    Missed 2, 3 and 9.  And 1/3 on 4, and 2/3 on 10 (seriously JJ never started off the bench even once?  Wow, the Raps are weak at the 3!).

    For a second I had a feeling that the answer to every question was going to be Andrea Bargnani.

  • Raps Loyalist

    I don’t know why so many fans have been playa hatin’ on James Johnson so hard. The guy is super young, plays really hard, goes hard to the glass, and doesn’t need the ball in his hands to impact the game. JJ’s offensive game obviously lacks but the last thing the Raps need is more scoring and he is young so with lots of playing time it will improve. 

    I thought that trade was a rare brilliant move by BC as late 1st round of the 2011 draft was brutal.  I hope he starts next season with L.K. has the back-up at SF.

    • Juicey

      I’m not certain if he really is a legitamite starter in this league, but do see him as a solid off-the bench 3.  So I think a lot of the flack he takes is not his fault.  It’s not his fault the team is so weak at the 3 that he gets to start.  He has been given an opportunity and off course he’ll take it.  The hope is that he’ll someday prove he’s worth it.

      The trade was probably a smart one, but revisionists will never be happy.  As bad as the draft was, there is bound to be some surprise out there.  A few years from now we will be hearing “we could have had X, but we traded him for J. Johnson”.  Some people are never happy.

      • Raps Loyalist

        Couldn’t agree more with your assessment.  JJ is a bench player on a good team but if he gets starter minutes now he could be an a lot better bench player down the road when the Raps get a more well-rounded SF. That’s why I’d rather see him start over L.K (who won’t be here/be old when they finally build-up their team)

    • Itayberlin

      he is very good and has big potential but right now if we want to improve and make the playoffs we need someone better as the starting sf 

  • Sueprman

    got 6 outta 9, not bad

  • Clara Chan7

    what is best “WS/48”

  • Zoozli Com

    got 6 outta 9, not bad nice trivia game zoozli