NBA Punching Bag

Players who have achieved career highs against the Raptors

If you know of any missing career highs, please email me!

January 18, 2013: Jrue Holiday – 33 points. Raptors up 17 at the half, lose in OT.

January 4, 2013: DeMarcus Cousins – 20 rebounds.

December 19, 2012: Greg Monroe – 35 points.

December 7, 2012: Enes Kanter – 18 points in his first career start. Jazz blow out Raps 131-99.

December 3, 2012: Javale McGee - 16 free-throw attempts.

November 27, 2012: James Harden – 12 assists. 1 beautiful beard.

April 6, 2012: Lester Hudson – 23 points. Who? Yes. Lester Hudson.

March 14, 2012: Kris Humphries – 21 rebounds. Insert rebound-related Kardashian joke here.

February 17, 2012: Bismack Biyombo – 7 blocks, 13 rebounds. Raptors fail to beat a team that has lost 16 straight.

January 20, 2012: LaMarcus Aldridge – 23 rebounds.

January 11, 2012: DeMarcus Cousins – 19 rebounds.

April 13, 2011: Eddie House – 35 points. Last game of the 2010-11 season, and the Raptors’ 60th loss.

February 10, 2011: DeJuan Blair – 28 points. Again. Nice defense, Bargnani.

January 19, 2011: DeJuan Blair – 28 points.

January 17, 2011: Emeka Okafor – 12 offensive rebounds.

December 11, 2010: Ben Wallace – 23 points. (Averaged only 6 points per game in his career.)

March 7, 2010: Thaddeus Young – 32 points.

January 24, 2010: Kobe Bryant – 16 rebounds. As if he hadn’t embarrassed the Raptors enough in his career.

November 9, 2009: Manu Ginobili – 4 blocks.

November 1, 2009: J.J. Redick – 27 points.

January 5, 2009: Dwight Howard – 39 points.

February 2, 2008: Manu Ginobili – 15 rebounds.

January 29, 2008: Antawn Jamison – 18 defensive rebounds.

December 3, 2007: Andrew Bogut – 8 assists.

January 12, 2007: Rajon Rondo – 23 points and 4 steals in his rookie year.

November 4, 2006: Shaquille O’Neal – Not known as a playmaker, he managed 10 assists against the Raptors.

January 25, 2006: Chris Duhon – 26 points.

January 22, 2006: Kobe Bryant - 81 points (2nd most points in a game in NBA history)

November 16, 2005: Andre Iguodala – 6 three-pointers.

March 20, 2005: LeBron James - 56 points

November 5, 2004: Ben Wallace – 8 assists.

January 22, 2003: Jermaine O’Neal – 10 blocked shots.

October 30, 2002: Kwame Brown grabs a career-high 15 defensive rebounds. When you’re making Kwame Brown look good, something is wrong.

April 17, 2002: Ben Wallace – An unbelievable 28 rebounds.

May 20, 2001: Allen Iverson – Career playoff high 16 assists in game 7 of the Eastern Conference semifinals, the game considered by many to be the beginning of the crumbling of the Vince Carter era in Toronto.

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