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Toronto Raptors Playoff Tickets
Team: Toronto Raptors
Conference: Eastern Conference
Home Games: Scotiabank Arena
Head Coach: Nick Nurse
Championshps: 1 (2019)
Toronto Raptors Playoff TicketsComing off a strong NBA Finals win in the 2018-19 season, the Toronto Raptors are preparing to make another run through the Eastern Conference playoffs. The team will find itself with some challenging match-ups in store if it intends on making it to the Finals again. A few of the powerhouse teams standing in Toronto's way are the Boston Celtics, Milwaukee Bucks and Indiana Pacers. With a number of fans eager to experience a Toronto Raptors game in person, tickets to the playoffs and all regular-season games are in high demand. The Raptors have a strong chance of making it to the 2020 NBA Playoffs; though, it would be a rare feat for them to go on to win the finals in consecutive years. The Raptors are expected to be one of the underdogs of the season as last year's NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard left to play for the Los Angeles Clippers. However, anything can happen once the playoffs start. Grab your Toronto Raptors playoff tickets at StubHub.
Who will the Toronto Raptors likely face in the playoffs?With such an eventful, successful previous season under their belt, predictions for how the Raptors will fare during the 2020 postseason are all across the board. Post-season success for the Raptors will hinge on the success of key players like Pascal Siakam, Fred VanVleet and OG Anunoby throughout the course of the season. The Raptors’ top competition within their conference will include the Milwaukee Bucks, Philadelphia 76ers, Boston Celtics, Miami Heat and Orlando Magic.
Who are the key players on the Toronto Raptors’ team?The Raptors are coming off their very first championship in the history of the franchise. The team returns with the majority of its players from last season; although, the losses of Kawhi Leonard to the Los Angeles Clippers and Danny Green to the Los Angeles Lakers will be felt. The Raptors' premier player is now Kyle Lowry, who will likely lead the team if he can stay healthy. Forward Pascal Siakam, who won the NBA’s award for Most Improved Player last year, has also contributed to much of the Raptors’ regular-season. Despite so many Raptors falling to the wayside because of injury and illness, the Raptors continue to stack up the wins.
What is the history of the Toronto Raptors?The Raptors joined the NBA in 1995 as an expansion franchise and have been making their name known in the league ever since. After quite a few strong seasons of play, the Raptors have given their fans much to be proud of. While they have only made it to postseason competition a handful of times, the Raptors took home the Atlantic Division title in 2007. It was back in 2001 that the Raptors won their first playoff series when they defeated the New York Knicks. Fast forward to today, and the Raptors are hoping to finish the 2019-20 season strong and make some waves during the playoffs.
Where are Toronto Raptors home playoff games held?If the Raptors make the playoffs, they will host their home matchups at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto. The seating capacity is 19,800 for most basketball games. However, the venue has been known to stretch out its capacity to 20,511 with standing room for some events.
Where can I buy Toronto Raptors playoff tickets?Tickets to the Toronto Raptors post-season playoff events are a hot commodity, so make sure to grab your tickets at StubHub as soon as they go on sale. Search the StubHub seating chart to find the perfect tickets for your personal Eastern Conference playoff experience.
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