Toronto Raptors

Backed by a fan-base that ranges nationwide, the Toronto Raptors continue to claw their way up the NBA food chain with one of the deepest rosters in the game.

The 2017-18 campaign saw the Raptors earn a first-ever Eastern Conference crown (during the regular season), in addition to their fifth Atlantic Division title. Team president Masai Ujiri’s new vision saw Toronto set a franchise record 59 wins on the way to the club’s fifth straight postseason appearance.

Leading a new high-octane offence was the All-Star tandem of DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry. Meanwhile, ‘the Bench Mob’ – consisting of young guns Jakob Poeltl, Pascal Siakam, Fred Van Vleet, Delon Wright and veteran C.J. Miles – provided an unmatched second unit spark.

Adding grit, Jonas Valanciunas, Serge Ibaka and rookie OG Anunoby helped Toronto become the first team to earn a playoff spot by the 64th game of the season, marking the earliest the club has ever punched a postseason ticket.

Roaring from the North Side, the Toronto Raptors are hungry for more success in 2018-19, as they build off a banner season.