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With Chris Bosh as the linchpin of the Toronto Raptors lineup in the 2009-10 season, the team achieved 2nd place in the Atlantic Division, but well below the fearsome Boston Celtics. Now Bosh has moved to Miami, turning up the Heat, so to speak, in the Eastern Conference. So Coach Jay Triano, in his third year with Toronto, is tasked with helping the Raptors redefine themselves and shape a brighter future. Befitting an NBA franchise with a multinational fan base, Toronto has imported the talents of 7-foot center Andrea Bargnani, a consistent 3-point shooter and shot-blocker from Rome, and forward Linas Kleiza, from Lithuania via the Greek League. Along with Jose Calderon from Spain plus two key players who hail from California, DeMar DeRozan and Amir Johnson, these energetic Raptors are a world of fun to watch. Get your passport to a night of great basketball—get your Air Canada Centre tickets today!
The Toronto Raptors are one of the newest teams in the National Basketball Association. They first joined the league in 1995 under club president John I. Botive. Toronto, however, did have basketball for a brief period before the Raptors joined the league. In fact, Toronto had hosted the NBA's first game on November 1, 1946, when the Knicks beat the Toronto Huskies, 68-66. The Toronto franchise folded at the end of the 1946-47 season, however, and the NBA wouldn't return to Canada for nearly 50 years. The Raptors were placed in the NBA's Eastern Conference's Central Division playing against such rivals as the Detroit Pistons, Indiana Pacers, and Chicago Bulls.Read the full Toronto Raptors Article