The Raptors don’t script an awful lot of offensive plays, and outside of Pascal Siakam they really don’t have one go-to player to feed the ball to when they need a basket the most.
It is an effective strategy given the makeup of the team, and a successful one. No one knows for certain who might carry the scoring load on any specific night.
Already in this still young season — Toronto has yet to play a quarter of its games — four players have scored more than 30 points in a game. The Raptors have a top-10 offence using the standard points-per-100-possessions metric, and they’re 12th in the NBA in points per game.