Toronto Raptors Defenders of the Hardwood Game-Used Floor Piece Curve Display Case

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As was expected, the Toronto Raptors struggled when they came into the NBA as an expansion franchise in 1995. Then came Vince Carter and an ensuing factor of respectability. Chris Bosh followed, and suddenly the Canadian team was a consistent winner. Despite the increasing levels of success, the team had never reached an NBA Finals until a roster revival led by the arrival of former Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard. The addition of Leonard and Marc Gasol to add to the impressive roster mix of steady veterans and hungry young players spelled instant success. The Raptors were a consistent winner in 2018-19, cruising to the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference. They knocked off the top-seeded bucks in the Conference Finals and then slayed the giant, beating the Golden State Warriors in six games to capture their first NBA Finals championship. Five of the key contributors from that historic team are featured in this 8” x 10” image entitled “Defenders of the Hardwood”. The hardwood that we speak of is an actual piece of NBA game-used floor measuring 3'' x 10". This image and floor piece is beautifully displayed in our patented curve display. The authentic piece of game-used floor featured on this item was legally procured directly from the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte. Actual game-used floor section may vary in appearance from product image shown.
Toronto Raptors Defenders of the Hardwood Game-Used Floor Piece Curve Display Case

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