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Calderon has been a major part of the Raptors offense, but could see his reign as the starting PG come to an end
Career with Raptors: 480 GP, 9.9 PPG, 7.2 APG, 2.5 RPG
Let's face it, Calderon may be the least favourite Raptors player on this list, but his accomplishments with the franchise should not be ignored.
In a time of development, Calderon is one of few Raptors to have playoff experience under his belt, 11 games to be exact.
His best season with the Raptors came in 08-09, where he averaged 12.8 PPG, 8.9 APG, 2.9 RPG.
Also, Calderon ranks third all-time in games played for the Raptors, only behind Morris Peterson and Chris Bosh.
In addition, Calderon has the most assists all-time as a Raptor with 3,434, and there is no active player even close to this total.
That might be his greatest feat as a member of the Toronto Raptors.
It's safe to say that Calderon's time as the Raptors point guard has come to an end.
Along with end of his contract, the addition of the younger, faster and more skilled Kyle Lowry ensures that Calderon is most likely finished as a Toronto Raptor, at least as the starting point guard.
To be completely honest, as the franchise continues to find their way, Calderon may be a forgotten piece a decade down the line.
Nevertheless, thank you for the 98 percent free-throw percentage in 08-09 and the seven years of consistently atrocious defense; you will be missed.