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Frequently Asked Questions
What number of all-stars has Toronto Raptors had?
Vince Carter and Antonio Davis are the Raptors' eight All-Stars. Except for Davis and VanVleet who were part of this All-Star team, all the players have been selected to other NBA teams such as Leonard.
Who are the five top Raptors per game scorers from Raptors history?
Kawhi Leonard, who scores 26.6 points per match, is the top scorer for the team, followed by Vince Carter (23.4), Mike James (20.3), Chris Bosh (20.2), and DeMar DeRozan (19.7 points per match).
What does "We The North", mean?
The Toronto Raptors' anthem is "We The North", also known under the name We The North Nation. It was created by Drake and Noah Shebib (producer).
Drake wrote the song at his Toronto apartment with a friend. With Kanye West, he finished his album Take Care. Drake decided to make lyrics about his hometown while there. Drake wanted it to be universally applicable. It is about unity, pride, hope.
Drake started working on the melody for We The North when he travelled to London to film the video of his single "Nice For What." He recorded the instrumental version of the song in one take.
Drake was composing the lyrics and 40 came up w/ the chorus. Drake was inspired by the hook and asked for permission to record it. Together, they worked to create the final product.
The official music video to "We The North Anthem", was released October 5, 2018. It featured Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes performing along with Drake and other musicians.
What was it like to be a Toronto Raptors fan for the first year?
It was difficult for the Toronto Raptors to make it in the NBA's first season. Brendan Malone was hired by Isiah Thomas to be the head coach. The team quickly acquired many talented players through drafts and trades. They lost to the Chicago Bulls one time that season, but they ended up with a 21–61 win-loss record overall.
Toronto drafted Marcus Camby in 1996. Camby became Rookie Of The Year and was a part of the starting line up with Alvin Williams, at point guard. Later in 1997, Damon Stoudamire was traded away, and more changes to the roster were made over the following years as Toronto looked to build a foundation for future successes.
Despite all the changes, the team struggles throughout its first few seasons in the NBA. Toronto finally reached the playoffs in 2000, after much rebuilding and transition. But it was defeated by the New York Knicks.
How did the Raptors win in 2019 the NBA title?
On July 18, 2018, the Toronto Raptors traded DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poltl, and a protected 2019 first-round draft pick to the San Antonio Spurs in exchange for Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green.
The Raptors traded Jonas Valanciunas and Delon Wright C.J. on February 7, 2019. Miles, as well as a 2024 2nd-round draft pick to Memphis Grizzlies, were traded by the Raptors for Marc Gasol--another All-Star and former Defender Player of Year--and signed Jeremy Lin shortly following.
The Toronto Raptors had an exciting offseason. They made two major trades that shocked the NBA. DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poltl and a 2019 first round draft pick (that was not protected) were first traded by the Raptors to the San Antonio Spurs. In exchange, they got Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green (Spurs). Then they traded Jonas Valanciunas to the Spurs and Delon WrightC.J. Miles, as well as a 2024 draft pick to Memphis Grizzlies for Marc Gasol--another multi-All-Star and former defensive player of the year. These moves put the Raptors in a great position to compete for an NBA title this season. Let's look at each trade.
Kawhi Leonard trade was a risky move by the Raptors. Leonard, who is coming off an MVP-caliber year, is one of the top-5 players in the league when he is healthy. But, injury limited Leonard to just 9 games last season, and there are doubts about his long term health. But the Raptors decided that it was worth the risk, and they signed the deal. Leonard has been performing at an All-Star level so far. He has been in good health. He's averaging 26 points per game, 8 rebounds, 3 assists and shoots 49% from the floor and 38% from three point range. If he can keep his health, he will give the Raptors a real shot at winning the NBA title.
Marc Gasol's trade for Gasol was more of an immediate move than anything else. Gasol, who is in his mid-30s, is clearly past his prime. Yet, he is still a solid player who can bring valuable experience to a young Raptors roster. He is averaging fifteen points, eight rebounds, and four assists per game. He shoots 45% from three-point range, while also shooting 45% from behind the arc. C.J. Wright and Delon Wright were young assets the Raptors traded. Miles was acquired by Gasol. However, the Raptors believe his expertise will prove to be valuable during playoffs.
The Raptors were off to a good start with a winning 6-0 record. Their 16th win was on November 23rd. The Raptors were cautious with Leonard, resting him for more than 20 games throughout the season to prevent worsening his previous injury. However, they managed to capture 2nd place in East, only trailing behind Milwaukee Bucks.
The Raptors continued to be successful in the playoffs. They beat the Philadelphia 76ers, Orlando Magic, and Milwaukee Bucks to make it to the NBA Finals for first time in their history. The Raptors won their first title in game 6 of the finals against the Golden State Warriors, with Leonard named Finals MVP.
The Toronto Raptors' offseason was a success, and it has paid off. The Raptors are well-positioned to be contenders over the next few years, with two All-Stars. They have proven they can take risks and make bold moves when it comes down to building a championship-caliber team. It will be interesting to see if they can keep up this success in the future.
- After Thomas attempted to execute a letter of intent with Slaight to purchase the team failed, he resigned from his position in November and sold his 9 percent stake in the team to Slaight. (en.wikipedia.org)
- In November of the 1996–97 season, Bitove sold his ownership interest in the team to Slaight for $65 million after Slaight had activated a shotgun clause in their partnership agreement, giving Slaight 79 percent control of the team,  (en.wikipedia.org)
- This improved during the 2006–07 regular season to an average of 18,258 fans (13th in the league), 92.2 percent capacity at the Air Canada Centre. (en.wikipedia.org)
- As predicted by analysts, the team easily secured a berth in the 2001 NBA playoffs with a franchise-high 47 wins. (en.wikipedia.org)
- By 2018, estimated the Raptors were worth $1.4 billion, 12th in the NBA. (en.wikipedia.org)
How to get to a Toronto Raptors Game from Your Location
Toronto Raptors games occur at Air Canada Centre (ACC) in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. TTC subways can be used to get to ACC. Union Station is about 30 minutes from ACC. Bay Street station is the nearest stop to ACC.
Bay street station should be used if Union Station is your destination. From there, you can follow the signs to ACC. If you are arriving at ACC from a different direction, please follow the signs for Bay Street station.
Follow signs to the ACC starting at Bay Street Station.
The venue is accessible to those with disabilities. Accessible seating is available for wheelchair users. The ACC also provides sign language interpretation services.
There is no parking charge at the ACC. There is limited street parking close by.