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The Toronto Raptors get a chance to shine on national tv tonight on ESPN!
The Toronto Raptors will finally get their chance to shine brightly on national television tonight on ESPN. The game between the Philadelphia 76ers and the Toronto Raptors will be broadcasted on ESPN tonight at 8 pm ET. This will be the first time the Raptors will appear on ESPN this season and the fourth time on a US network following two games against the Boston Celtics earlier this season and the game versus the Golden State Warrior last Thursday. This would be a great opportunity for the Raptors to get some attention from the media and basketball fans in the United States. The team is owning the best record in the NBA with an impressive 20-5 record and count on one of the best players in the league in Kawhi Leonard. The Toronto Raptors need to be at their best tonight against the 76ers if they want to be taken seriously and show everyone that they are a legitimate threat to win the Eastern Conference this season. The team has been eliminated in the last three season by Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers after several great regular seasons. It's very probable that nobody in the USA will take the Raps too seriously until they found a way to duplicate their regular season success in the playoffs but a win tonight against Philly could help a little bit. Many experts were seeing the Sixers as the number one team in the East this season, but this title has gone to the Raptors so far. It won't be easy against the 76ers who are enjoying a very good start too at 17-8 and count on many superstars players like Joel Embiid and Jimmy Butler. The Raptors are coming back from their 5th loss of the season against the Denver Nuggets on Monday night at home and will look to get back on track. The Toronto Raptors are ready to appear 5 more times on ESPN until the end of the regular season, including the anticipated rematch against Golden State in one week in Oakland. Tonight matchup is the most important for now and a big chance for the Raptors to shine brightly on national television and show how good they are.

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