What the Raptors’ ‘poetic’ championship means for Canadian fans

What the Raptors’ ‘poetic’ championship means for Canadian fans

Since the Toronto Raptors joined the league in 1995, fans have been dreaming of the day they bring an NBA championship to Canada. Akil Augustine, host of NBA TV Canada and of Jurassic Park, joins us once again to talk about what this championship means for basketball fans in Toronto and across Canada.

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