Photos: Tiffany Shum
The Toronto Raptors have made it into their first ever NBA Finals and Toronto just can’t get enough. From murals to giant flags, we take a look at some of the Raptors love sweeping the city. (click on photos to enlarge)
Toronto Raptors Kawhi Leonard ‘King of the North’ Mural
The 30′ tall vinyl mural appeared ahead of Game 5 of the NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Philadelphia 76ers. Artwork by Tetra, owner of ODTO (near Queen & McCaul). Vinyl by Sekanskin.
Toronto Raptors Kawhi Leonard Mural 2.0
The second 30′ tall vinyl mural appeared in homage to Kawhi Leonard’s memorable quadruple rim-bouncing buzzer beater in Game 7 of the NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Philadelphia 76ers. Vinyl by Sekanskin. (near Queen & McCaul)
Toronto Raptors Eastern Conference Champions
Photos taken at Scotiabank Arena after the Toronto Raptors clinch their first NBA Eastern Conference Finals against the Milkwaukee Bucks , advancing to the NBA Finals for the first time against the Golden State Warriors.
Toronto Raptors Flag At Nathan Phillips Square
A giant ‘We The North’ flag was hung at Nathan Phillips Square during the NBA Playoffs.
Toronto Raptors vs Golden State Warriors-Tailgate Party At Jurassic Park At Scotiabank Arena
Game 1 of the NBA Finals, marking history as the first time the Toronto Raptors would play the NBA Finals, and the first time that an NBA Finals game would be played in Canada.
Toronto Raptors Starting Line-up Mural
The 30′ tall vinyl mural featuring the starting line-up for the Toronto Raptors appeared ahead of Game 1 of the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors.
The mural also played tribute to the infamous shoulder rub Drake gave Nick Nurse when the Raptors were ahead in the fourth quarter of game 4 during the Eastern Conference Finals. Vinyl by Sekanskin.
Toronto Raptors Flags At The Eaton Centre
Giant ‘We The North’ flags were hung in Toronto’s Eaton Centre after the Toronto Raptors clinch their first NBA Eastern Conference Finals against the Milkwaukee Bucks.
Want more Raptors? Check out our ‘Art Of The North’ photos HERE