It’s a weird feeling: A Toronto sports team proving fans with big moment after big moment, but it happened against last night.
A double overt-time thriller sent the internet into a frenzy again and we’ve collected some of the best moments from a wild night online.
Big game, Big Screen.
Let’s start with how you watched the game last night. Chances are it was on a screen a little smaller than Kanye’s.
100 foot screen … it’s a good start ⛷ pic.twitter.com/Sj194ksUwL
— ye (@kanyewest) September 10, 2020
Lead changes, fouls, turnovers, it felt a little like this watching the Raptors get to the finish line.
the raptors somehow finding their way to a game 7: pic.twitter.com/LcC5OIcEah
— alex (@steven_lebron) September 10, 2020
The greatest Raptor of all time was everywhere last night, including under Jayson Tatum’s wristband.
most intense game of the year and kyle lowry doing this lmaooooo pic.twitter.com/6fh5XRd1R0
— William Lou (@william_lou) September 10, 2020
Even the hockey community noticed how great KLOE was.
Kyle Lowry for Mayor. Kyle Lowry for Premier. Kyle Lowry for Prime Minister. Kyle Lowry for School Board Trustee.
— Steve “Dangle” Glynn (@Steve_Dangle) September 10, 2020
There was some great battles between Kyle Lowry and Marcus Smart, and the similarities in their games were pointed out by a few.
Kyle Lowry and Marcus Smart guarding each other pic.twitter.com/tUs67JDklA
— Rob Perez (@WorldWideWob) September 9, 2020
And while Smart got a little chippy after the buzzer, Raptors fans aren’t exactly scared of the smaller point guard.
When FVV see Marcus Smart on the Raptors hotel floor tryna run the fade pic.twitter.com/zX9zGaDAKk
— Josiah Johnson (@KingJosiah54) September 10, 2020
Nick Nurse made some great adjustments, and wasn’t afraid to run his guys big minutes, but this may have been his best play of the game
Did Nick Nurse just bait Tatum into that pass lol pic.twitter.com/VPN5GdxqsG
— Isaac (@WorldofIsaac) September 10, 2020
A win is a win.
Sometimes all that matters, is that you’re on to Game 7.
Pascal: 54 minutes
Kyle: 53 minutes
Fred: 50 minutes
OG: 49 minutes
“Coach believes in us and what we do” pic.twitter.com/iIkwhRW1WK
— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) September 10, 2020