Demar DeRozan passed Chris Bosh and Morris Peterson to become the winningest player in Toronto Raptors franchise history on Monday night.
DeRozan lead his team with 22 points in a 122-95 blowout over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
The 26-year-old is second in franchise history in minutes played, with 16,839, and is closing in on Vince Carter for second place in points scored, with 8890.
The ninth pick in the 2009 draft, DeRozan has been with the Raptors for his entire six-year career and has been selected to the all-star team twice during that span.
He is expected to opt out of his contract this summer and become an unrestricted free agent.