Toronto Raptors Tickets
Toronto Raptors is a basketball team which represents Toronto, Canada. The team in its association with National BasketBall Association was established in 1995. The franchise progressed by practicing and playing home games at the Rogers Center and then at the Air Canada Centre. Toronto Raptors believe in opting for the best leaders to guide them in the right direction. With Vince Carter as their captain, the team succeeded in winning their first playoffs in 2001. Carter left the team’s reigns in Chris Bosh’s hands, who showed great talent as a power forward. In January 2017, Raptor rookie OG Anunoby underwent surgery for a torn ACL. While Raptor fans were speculating when he would return, Anunoby made a surprise appearance in an intrasquad game with UC Victoria in September 2017. Things are indeed looking up for the Toronto Raptors.
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- Chris Bosh has played the highest number of minutes for the Raptors with 18,815.
- Morris Peterson has played the highest number of games in the history of the Raptors with 542.
- Raptors hold the record for conceding the lowest number of points in a quarter.
- The name Raptors was selected in 1993 due to the resounding success of the movie Jurrassic Park released that same year.
- Toronto Raptors are the only team in the NBA that is based in Canada.
The team’s logo plays an important role in making it recognized in its respective field. Taking inspiration from the film Jurassic Park, Toronto Raptors came up with a logo using vivid colors like red, purple, black and silver, all depicting aggressiveness and the urge to conquer with a spirit to win. Games in Central Division were the first opportunity for Toronto Raptors to display their professionalism in this field.
Making a mark and getting itself recognized in the field of basketball wasn’t a simple task for Toronto Raptors. They had to put in a lot of effort for the purpose. This endeavor could be judged by a straight win of nine games in year 1996-1997. It accounted to be amongst those 11 teams which contributed to tumble down the championship of Chicago Bulls. The consequent year of 1998 did not prove to be fortunate as the founder of the team John Bitove himself sold the ownership interest due to which the team had to suffer a lot, causing them to lose 17 games in a row. This incident was followed by team’s restructuring, with prominently Charles Oakley, Kevin Willis, Dee Brown, Alvin Williams, Doug Christie and Antonio Davis on board. This restructuring played its part and the team leveled third in the Central Division with a record of 45-37. It also managed to attract many fans to the game that previously didn’t have any interest in basketball.
The newly built team was perfectly balanced and included a nice mix of offensive as well as defensive players. Carter, William & Davis were strong on offense while Chris Childs & Jerome Williams dominated the defense. Placing pressure on the competitive teams was the key which led to the Raptors record 47-35 win in the second playoff season. In the quest to perform even better, the team underwent some minor restructuring again in the era of 2002-2006.
Toronto Raptors was recomposed with a change in its coach with the emergence of Chris Bosh. The performance showed consistency in the beginning but the era ended with a dreadful record because of injuries to Chris Bosh as well as several key players. Since 2006 till present, there have been major tradeoffs of splendid players contributing to the team’s success. Chris Bosh was given a contract extension based on his efforts to maintain consistency and bring improvements in the team. Bosh was known to introduce the best tradeoffs within the team in his tenure and this had a positive impact on the performance ultimately. The team also changed its logo colors from purple to red depicting aggression and strong defense.
Toronto Raptors is known to have an unswerving fan-base to date. The number of fans attending each game happens to be approximately 92.2 % of the Air Canada Center seating capacity. They arrange for the audiences entertainment, having mascots, music and the giveaways that are packaged along with the tickets.
This game is full of excitement and thrill due to interesting tradeoffs which leave Toronto Raptor fans anxious to know what is going to happen in the next season. The game every season brings in surprises from the top coaches. Get your Toronto Raptors Tickets to know what surprise the team has for you this season!
Toronto Raptors Create History By Securing a Place in the NBA Finals
The Toronto Raptors have made it to the NBA Finals for the very first time in their history. The side from Queen City came from two games down in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals against the Milwaukee Bucks. They then won four on the trot to earn the right to compete in the NBA Finals. Awaiting them in the big showdown will be two-time defending champions the Golden State Warriors who will be looking to make it a hat trick of NBA crowns. The Raptors will surely be up for it and will be raring to go against a side that has singlehandedly ruled the world of professional basketball for the last few years. It promises to be one spectacular clash of NBA heavyweights. Get your Toronto Raptors tickets now to watch them in action live.
TORONTO RAPTORS NEWS AND UPDATES
James Johnson and Serge Ibaka Ejected after a Fight
On January 9, 2018, the Toronto Raptors met the Miami Heat at the Air Canada Centre. It was an extremely close game that was won by the visiting side 90-89. It was an eventful game that saw Serge Ibaka and James Johnson come to blows. In the third quarter of the game with just under eight minutes left in the period, the two forwards grappled and then began to throw punches at each other. It was an ugly incident and as a result of that, both Ibaka and Johnson were ejected from the game.
Toronto Raptors Ticket Prices
The average price for Toronto Raptors Tickets start from $92. The minimum get in price is $23 for Toronto Raptors Tickets at the Amalie Arena, Tampa. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Dallas Mavericks vs. Toronto Raptors||Dallas||14-May-21||$233||$94|
|Toronto Raptors vs. Indiana Pacers||Tampa||16-May-21||$92||$23|
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