Toronto Raptors Regular Season Rosters
2000-2001 Toronto Raptors Regular Season Roster
2000-2001 Raptors Depth Chart
|Starters||C. Childs||A. Williams||V. Carter||C. Oakley||A. Davis|
|Rotation||D. Curry||M. Peterson||J. Williams||K. Clark|
|Lim PT||T. Murray||M. Stewart||M. N'Diaye|
2000-2001 Central Division Standings
|3||Charlotte Hornets (1988)||46-36||6|
2000-2001 Raptors Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|Vince Carter||All-NBA Second Team (2001)
|Vince Carter||Player Of The Week (03/04/01)
|Morris Peterson||All-Rookie First Team (2001)
|Vince Carter||Eastern All-Star Fan Vote Selection (2001)
|Antonio Davis||Eastern All-Star Replacement Selection (2001)
|Morris Peterson||Rising Stars Challenge Participant (2001)
2000-2001 Raptors Season Stat Leaders
2000-2001 Toronto Raptors Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
|Acquired via Draft Rights Trade
Draft Rights to Vince Carter, the #5 pick in the First Round of the 1998 NBA Draft, were acquired by the Toronto Raptors from the Golden State Warriors on June 24, 1998. Vince Carter signed a multi-year contract with the Toronto Raptors on January 22, 1999.
|Acquired via Trade
Chris Childs was acquired in a trade by the Toronto Raptors from the New York Knicks on February 22, 2001.
Keon Clark was acquired in a trade by the Toronto Raptors from the Denver Nuggets on January 12, 2001.
Antonio Davis was acquired in a trade by the Toronto Raptors from the Indiana Pacers on August 1, 1999.
Eric Montross was acquired in a trade by the Toronto Raptors from the Detroit Pistons on February 22, 2001.
Tracy Murray was acquired in a trade by the Toronto Raptors from the Denver Nuggets on January 12, 2001.
Mamadou N'Diaye was acquired in a trade by the Toronto Raptors from the Denver Nuggets on January 12, 2001.
Charles Oakley was acquired in a trade by the Toronto Raptors from the New York Knicks on June 25, 1998. Charles Oakley re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Toronto Raptors on September 2, 1999.
Alvin Williams was acquired in a trade by the Toronto Raptors from the Portland Trail Blazers on February 13, 1998. Alvin Williams re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Toronto Raptors on January 22, 1999.
Jerome Williams was acquired in a trade by the Toronto Raptors from the Detroit Pistons on February 22, 2001.
|Acquired via Free Agency
Dell Curry signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Toronto Raptors on August 4, 1999.
2000-2001 Toronto Raptors Front Office
|Staff Member||Position||Start Season||Previous Job|
|Maple Leaf Gardens Ltd.||Owner||1998-1999||N/A|
|Larry Tanenbaum||Managing Owner||1998-1999||N/A|
|Sasha Puric||VP of Information Technology||1999-2000||N/A|
|Lenny Wilkens||Head Coach||2000-2001||Head Coach (Atlanta Hawks, 1993 to 2000)|
|Brian James||Assistant Coach||2000-2001||Assistant Coach (Detroit Pistons, 1995 to 1998)|
|Craig Neal||Assistant Coach||2000-2001||N/A|
|Jim Brewer||Assistant Coach||2000-2001||General Manager (Minnesota Timberwolves, 1990 to 1992)|
|Stan Albeck||Assistant Coach||2000-2001||Head Coach (Chicago Bulls, 1985 to 1986)|
|Glen Grunwald||General Manager||1997-1998||General Manager (Denver Nuggets, 1990 to 1991)|
|Bob Zuffelato||Director of Basketball Operations||1998-1999||Assistant Coach (Toronto Raptors, 1995 to 1998)|
|Jim Thomas||Scout||1999-2000||Assistant Coach (Toronto Raptors, 1996 to 1999)|
|Micah Nori||Advance Scout||2000-2001||Assistant Coach (Toronto Raptors, 1998 to 2000)|