The Toronto Raptors make their home at the Scotiabank Arena located on Bay Street in Downtown Toronto. This multi-purpose arena opened its doors to the public in 1999 and also serves the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs in addition to the Toronto Rock Lacrosse team.
Taking over for the historic Maple Leaf Gardens, the Scotiabank Arena sought to improve the experience of a sporting event through innovative technology and modern engineering. These advancements continue with improvements including a $15 million dollar renovation in 2015 which included a tremendous new scoreboard. Maple Leaf Square, a major hub including restaurants, retail shops, condominiums, and a hotel is connected to the Scotiabank Arena.
More than 60 luxury suites encircle the playing surface at the Scotiabank Arena. Each of these Raptors luxury boxes offers a great view for any game. Amenities include premium catering options, VIP entrances and parking, HDTVs in the suites and concierge services.
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The lone NBA representative from Canada (since the relocation of the Vancouver Grizzlies to Memphis), the Toronto Raptors have been playing ball north of the border since 1995. Members of the Eastern Conference’s Central Division, the Raptors host their games at the Scotiabank Arena and always put on a show.
Humble beginnings saw this club start off like most other expansion teams, with a record well below .500. However, just a few years later, and with the help of Vince Carter, their number five overall pick in the 1998 NBA Draft, the Raptors had climbed out of the basement and earned a playoff berth in 2000. Defeated by the New York Knicks in three straight games, the Raptors would return to the postseason the next year and overtake the Knicks in five games before losing to Philadelphia in seven.
A rebuilding period would follow that would see Toronto dip into obscurity for a while, only making the playoffs twice between 2002 and 2013. The Raptors were led by Chris Bosh during most of this period. A superstar power forward, Bosh represented hope for this squad as he led the way in their first two playoff berths. He would leave Toronto for Miami in 2010 for join LeBron James and Dwayne Wade on the Heat.
Toronto found itself in the midst of another rebuilding period. Slowly acquiring pieces, the team saw DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry emerge as stars. They were soon back in the playoffs and, after two years of first round exits, pushed the Cleveland Cavaliers to a six game series in the Eastern Conference Finals in 2016. Winners of five division titles in the last six seasons, the Raptors were on the brink of making major history in Toronto.
A big-time roster featuring the likes of Kyle Lowry, Danny Green, Pascal Siakam, Marc Gasol, and superstar Kawhi Leonard tore through the playoffs with one goal in mind: An NBA Championship. Leonard sunk the 76ers with a shot that will go down in history at the buzzer in overtime of game seven of the Eastern Conference Semifinals to send Toronto into the third round of the playoffs. A hard series against Milwaukee set the stage for the first NBA Finals appearance for the Toronto Raptors.
Matching up against a dynasty in the Golden State Warriors, the Raptors did not blink. Dominating throughout the series, the Raptors ended it in six games to capture their first NBA Championship. Kawhi Leonard was named the Finals MVP. As the team and its fans reveled in the glory of their title, major news would shake the foundation of this roster.
Kawhi Leonard would be headed home to Los Angeles, signing a max deal with the Clippers. Suddenly without their leader, Toronto would have to soldier on. Marc Gasol exercised his option for $25.6 million to stay on board with the team. While picking up Rondae Hollis-Jefferson has helped, but there is a different feel on the court in Toronto. Pascal Kiakam, Fred VanVleet, and Serge Ibaka have all taken on more responsibility and are looking good out on the floor.
Some incredibly talented basketball players have made their home up north in Toronto during the Raptors time in the NBA. Among the greatest to have donned the uniform include Vince Carter, DeMar DeRozan, Kyle Lowry, Tracy McGrady, Kawhi Leonard, Chris Bosh, Damon Stoudamire, Jonas Valanciunas, and Serge Ibaka. More information about the history of the Toronto Raptors can be obtained by clicking here.
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