The Toronto Raptors are bringing playoff action back to the Big Smoke and to drum up even more excitement they have launched their “We The North” campaign that will give you chills.
Bill Simmons and Jalen Rose sat down with T-dot native rapper and ESPYS host Drake, to talk about the most famous moments in Raptors franchise history and about the fans in Toronto.
Lead by all-star guard DeMar DeRozan, the Toronto Raptors thanks their fans before unveiling their 2013-2014 Atlantic Division Champion banner before playing the Bucks.
DeMar DeRozan dances with the ball at the top of the key before driving to the hoop and dropping a vicious hammer on Kyle Singler. Nasty!
Just over five months from the time he tore his achilles, The Raptor made his triumphant return the the Raptors on Sunday.
Next season the Raptors will celebrate their 20th season as Canada’s only NBA franchise by sporting their old school purple jersey for select home games.
Amir Johnson in the open court finishes the fastbreak with a windmill jam.
Even when he’s sidelined in civilian clothing by injury. Amir Johnson still gives Toronto fans a reason to be their favorite.
Not sure if this is the Dunk of the Year, but for my money the photo of Terrence Ross dunking on Kenneth Faried is probably the Poster of the Year.
The visiting Raptors again showed poise down the stretch and stole a game in Brooklyn thanks to a steal and basket by Patrick Patterson to seal the deal..