Peace hockey—basketball may be Canada’s new national sport. First of all: We kinda invented the game. Also, even though we’re already halfway through the 2019/2020 NBA season, we're still low-key celebrating the country’s only NBA basketball team championship (you know, when the Raps beat Golden State last year). Plus, after that championship, the Toronto Raptors surpassed the Leafs and Jays to become the country’s most profitable sports franchise. And this season, Canada set a record for the most NBA players from a non-U.S. country: 16. (There are also four Canucks on two-way deals, making them eligible to play for both the NBA and the G League: Oshae Brissett, Toronto Raptors; Luguentz Dort, Oklahoma City Thunder; Naz Mitrou-Long, Indiana Pacers; and Marial Shayok, Philadelphia 76ers). Here are those 16 Canadian NBA players, ranked by their 2019/2020 salaries. All figures are in U.S. dollars.