#RTZ Scavenger Hunt - Complete for a chance to be at the #Raptors game on Sunday!
Time for a final website crawl!
Your chance to be at the Nets vs. Raptors game this Sunday (6pm). This is the final #RTZ game of the season and we want to bring out as many fans as possible. For this challenge, each winner gets a SINGLE ticket to join us in some awesome lower bowl seats. We will be picking 6 winners for this challenge. If you want your friends to be there make sure you pass this along so they have a shot! Winners will be picked at random but to qualify you must complete the challenge.
How to enter: Once you have found all 5 answers, you must e-mail them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email make sure you include your twitter handle as well. Deadline to send in your answers is 5PM on Saturday. Winners will be contacted by email and twitter by 6PM.
Question 1: How many different starting lineups have the Raptors used this season. How many teams have used more variations than the Raptors have?
Question 2: What are Eric Smith’s top 3 cities on the NBA map?
Question 3: In a recent Raptorspace segment, what kind of car did Jerryd Bayless say he drove in high school?
Question 4: How many times have the Raptors out-rebounded their opponents this month?
Question 5: How many players have suited up for the Toronto Raptors this season (including pre-season)? Bonus, can you name them all?
Announcement: #RTZ Night @ the #Raptors game on Feb. 27th
All season, #RTZ has been connecting Raptors fans on Twitter along with bringing guests to home games. We are happy to announce that we will be holding the first ever social media night at the ACC. This is a chance to meet and mingle with other hardcore fans (some of whom you have probably spoken to on Twitter a time or two) while taking in a game. This is considered a premium game but we were able to secure a large section in the lower bowl for a great price. Don’t waste time as the first 30 fans will get to go courtside pre-game!
#RTZ: Looking back at 500 #Raptors games at the ACC
Yesterday the Raptors played their 500th game at the Air Canada Centre. Over that span, the team has a home record of 268-232. There have been some great memories over that time and we reached out to Raptor Nation to ask which ones stood out to fans. If you have a favorite memory to share, add it in the comments or tweet it to us @RTZfans
@JReyzor& @Ronny006 - #RTZ When the division title was revealed it was something to be proud of
@_NDRW- When Mo Pete returned to Toronto and kissed the hardwood #RTZ
@RyanJHTurvey- Fav memory at ACC was a playoff game against the Knicks. Had great seats to watch Vince in his prime. Great game. #RTZ
@adepape- Jose huge 3s in the 4th Game 5 2007 playoffs vs nets! Beginnings of the Jose chant #RTZ
@akatuddy- By far the greatest memory was Mo Pete making that crazy blindfolded shot!!! #rtz
@WalkerLucas- Vince Carter’s first return, one of the best atmospheres in Toronto sports history #RTZ
@Nat77 -The entire playoff series vs. the Sixers. Vince and Allen Iverson. instant classic. #RTZ
@tootoo_1 - Donyell Marshalls 12 three pointers at the ACC against the 76ers. #rtz
@Slimsunbeam- When Bayless showered the 4th quarter with 3s against portland :) #RTZ
@jakob_huber- For me it would be the 1 pt win over Boston last Nov. Was lucky enough to be there to watch it. #rtz
@N49DS - I was at both games where Bosh hit the half court shot during their Division Champ season, and Bosh becoming all-time point leader. #RTZ
@Ryan_A79 - Easy: Nets/Raps, Game 1, ‘06-‘07 Playoffs. 5000 people chanting unison, “Let’s Go Raptors! VC SUCKS!” #RTZ