Toronto Raptors Can Withstand Virtually Anything

Updated: October 4, 2014

At this point, I think that it’s safe to say that the Toronto Raptors can withstand virtually anything.

The Raptors have endured irksome early seasons and humiliating losing streaks. To top it all off, the Raptors have been subject to intrusive and invasive media scrutiny.

And yet, despite all of these adversities, the only Canadian team in the National Basketball Association has retained its signature gleam. If anything, these hardships have only increased the team’s determination for victory and glory.

Despite being a relatively new addition to the NBA, the Raptors have established themselves as one of the most popular franchises in the world of basketball. In fact, the Raptors’ fan base is recognized for being one of the most dedicated and loyal followings in the NBA. The growing value of the Raptors franchise is a testament to the unwavering devotions of the team’s fans. Additionally, the Toronto Raptors are well-known due to their celebrated rivalries with the Brooklyn Nets and the New York Knicks. Whenever the Raptors go head-to-head with their rivals on the court, you can expect exhilarating intensity and a plethora of heart-pounding moments.

While the Raptors have yet to claim a championship title, the team has made the playoffs on six occasions, thanks in part to the skill and leadership of star players such as Chris Bosh, DeMar DeRozan, Antonio David, and Vince Carter. Each of these spectacular players has left a mark on the team’s history,

Following years of disappointment and shame, it seems like the Toronto Raptors are back, and better than ever! The Raptors were on fire during the 2013-2014 season, and were able to clinch the playoffs for the first time in six years. During the 2013-2014 season, the Raptors also experience a franchise-high, going 42-22 following the Gay trade. As fans eagerly anticipate a new era of prosperity for the Raptors (at the Air Canada Centre!), it seems undeniable that the future of the team looks brighter than ever.

By the way, the Raptors’ NBA pre-season game kicks-off in Vancouver at Rogers Arena against the Sacramento Kings!

Truly, the best is yet to come!