Have you been working on your free throw?
If so, you might want to head down to the University of Victoria CARSA building today (September 27, from 5pm-7pm) or Thursday (September 28, from 4pm-6pm).
The Raptors lugged “Kinect 3+1”, a basketball spin-off of Connect Four, all the way across the country to showcase it for British Columbian basketball fans.
As far as we know, the rims are good old-fashioned NBA-standard circles, and not the oblong-shaped rims that crush every baller’s self-esteem at carnivals.
Tag a friend. Challenge a friend. Crush a friend.
All in good fun, of course.
Toronto Raptors in Victoria for training camp
This is all part of Toronto’s fourth straight training camp in British Columbia, as they hope to connect with Raptors fans on the western side of the nation.
An open instrasquad game will be held Thursday, September 28th at 7:00pm, though all practice sessions are closed to the public. Tickets for the intrasquad game are sold out, but there are standing room tickets available on game night starting at 5:30pm.
Raptors nation, we would love to introduce to you the brand new, revolutionary, groundbreaking ‘Kinekt (3+1)’. #WeTheNorth
Posted by Toronto Raptors on Wednesday, September 27, 2017