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Help Get Your Toronto Raptors to the NBA All-Star Game in Charlotte

The first-seeded Toronto Raptors need your help!

With just over two week of voting left, the Toronto Raptors are hopeful of sending their stars down to Charlotte for the 2019 NBA All-Star Game. While Kawhi Leonard looks like a near lock to start, there are a couple other names that should get strong consideration for the game – Kyle Lowry and Pascal Siakam.

Lowry leads the Eastern Conference in assists per game (9.7), an albeit suffering threw some injuries, has remained a focal point on a contending Raptors team. Now, back in the fold, the Raptors will continue their push to claim the top record in the entire NBA to force the playoffs to run through the 6ix.

Meanwhile, Pascal Siakam is the NBA’s best held secret and has quietly been one of the league’s best players this entire season. The third year forward out of New Mexico State who boasts a unique story of his journey to the NBA is top-20 in the NBA in both win share (WS) and value above a replacement player (VORP). The names around him on the list are impressive to say the least.

To vote for your Toronto Raptors, click here!

Time is running out, help get your Raptors to North Carolina!

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