Toronto Raptors Washington Tickets
This amazing NBA franchise is all geared for its Toronto Raptors Washington game, taking place in the US's political capital. The Toronto Raptors is a member of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conferences. It is one of the youngest teams in the NBA, founded in 1995. It currently plays at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Canada and is owned by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, a company which also owns NHL titan, the Toronto Maple Leaf. Masai Ujiri is the franchise's general manager with Dwane Casey as the head coach. Toronto Raptors Washington tickets are on sale for this game.
This spectacular NBA franchise from Canada is visiting the political capital of the US for the Toronto Raptors Washington game. An Atlantic Division champion, after winning the Division title in 2007, the Toronto Raptors are one of the most competitive in the league despite being one of the youngest. It was formed when the NBA expanded to Canada and are now the only NBA franchise based in Canada.
The franchise has made NBA Attendance Records many times and made it to the NBA Playoffs three times consecutively in 2000, 2001 and 2002. Most recently, they made it to the NBA Playoffs during the 2007 to 2008 season. Several of their players have made it to the All-NBA Second Team and Third Team. Their players have also been part of the NBA All-Star team eleven times; Chris Bosh and Vince Carter have both appeared a record five times. Chris Bosh played consecutively from 2006 to 2010 in the NBA All-Star team. Three of Raptors' players have also played in the All-Star Rookie Game. With Toronto Raptors Washington tickets up for grabs, many in DC have already gotten hold of theirs.
The Toronto Raptors' players have also played at the Eurobasket three times and the FIBA World Championship eight times. Eight have also played in the Olympics, with the team now coming to Washington, DC. This is the capital of the US and one of the most entertaining cities in the states. Home to the federal government, it is also home to many foreign embassies and the place for a Raptors game.