yeah, I'm serious
yeah, I'm serious
Hahaha Good one Prime. That certainly was memorable.
what no mop girl clips?
Last edited by RaptorsFan4Life; Sun Jul 17th, 2011 at 10:59 PM.
They really need to bring Chuck Swirsky Back!!!!!!!!
Raptor games havent been the same since...
If all those players stayed in T.O we'd have a few titles by now!!!!!!! FOOLSSSS
Chuck was the best. I miss him a lot more than I miss Carter
As someone who grew up with Vince Carter, day in and day out, I could NEVER miss Chuck more than I do him.
Being said like that I could actually reconsider my statement.Maybe I just liked Chuck too much and caught Carter in his "I suck" days. But I definitely don't understate Vince's accomplishments not only for the city of Toronto but for basketball in general. Some(including myself) consider him as the best dunker in the history of the game. I just wish he had different mind set and better work ethic.
Best in game dunker in history ... VC ... amazing.
-And maybe guys like DeMar wouldn't be so happy playing in Toronto if Vince (one of their favourite players) didn't put it on the map!
The only way to bag a classy lady is to give her two tickets to the gun show... and see if she likes the goods.
Not really memorable from a Raptors POV, but this Iverson dunk on Camby is edged in my brain for some reason:
Players giving their take on Vince's dunk contest:
The most insane dunk ever while Vince was a Raptor, I'm still in shock!
This actually is my favourite memory of the Raptors.
Just incredible watching this game Live.
Dude was unconscious. Ice running through his veins.
ADD Blue Jays just retired Roberto Alomar's Number; it was the first number they've EVER retired.
Vince should get that honour as a Raptor.
Last edited by Joey; Wed Jul 20th, 2011 at 04:25 PM.
Alomar's No. 12 will be the first uniform number retired in the Blue Jays' 35-year history during an on-field ceremony on July 31 at Rogers Centre.
"This is an honor that I was not expecting," Alomar said during a news conference on Tuesday evening at Rogers Centre. "I knew my numbers were worthy of consideration for the Hall of Fame, but for the Blue Jays to select my No. 12 to be the first number they retire is a great honor.
And put Toronto on the map for alot of Young Players, and encouraged countless young Canadians to embrace the sport of Basketball.
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