The Toronto Raptors are preparing for a franchise-altering Game 7 against the Philadelphia 76ers. It might be tough, but fans should enjoy it.
There has never been a more important game in Toronto Raptors’ history than this Sunday, Game 7 against the Philadelphia 76ers.
A win provides a chance to play in the Eastern Conference Finals for just the second time in franchise history, a continued chance at what appears to be the most vulnerable championship in years, and a sizeable positive impact on the immediate future of the franchise – Kawhi Leonard is a free agent in case you haven’t heard.
With so much on the line, you can’t blame the Raptors fanbase for being nervous. A fanbase that has been crushed as much as any group in the NBA over the past six seasons.
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