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The streets weren’t the only thing lit up after Thursday’s big Toronto Raptors win against Golden State.
Looking up, many may have noticed Toronto’s TD Centre had a message supporting the Canadian basketball team that brought the NBA Finals to the country for the first time in history.
“We The North” was spotted, written in lights, on the skyscraper.
“From Jurassic Park all the way to the top of our tower, we are cheering GO RAPS GO! 1 Down, 3 to go,” the TD Centre account said on Instagram, sharing several photos of the lighting.
The lighting was also shared by the Raptors’ Twitter account.
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Not to be outdone, Toronto’s largest structure, the CN Tower, also got in on the action. According to a post on the Raptors’ Instagram, the building displayed the same message for the whole city to see at 3 am, Friday.
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And of course, the Toronto Raptors ended beating the Golden State Warriors 118-109 at Scotiabank Arena in Game 1.
The Raps take on the Warriors for Game 2 on Sunday at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT.
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