Not the result we had hoped for but they kept it close.
Raptors 905 is our D-League based in Mississauga.
The 109-104 loss to the Maine Red Claws means the Raptors 905 are now winless through their first three games.
Nonetheless a near-capacity crowd of 6,007 fans turned out for the inaugural game. The energy at the Hershey Centre was electric!
Scott Suggs had 21 points to lead Raptors 905. Brampton native Sim Bhullar also had a good night with some reel-worthy dunks.
They’re back at home on Wednesday hosting Idaho.
— BMO (@BMO) November 20, 2015
— Meghan McPeak (@meghanmcpeak) November 20, 2015
GAMEDAY ? : Nick and The Raptors 905 will try to get their first win of the season as they open up the doors to a new beginning at the Hershey Center in Missisauga Ontario . They go up against The Maine Red Claws TONIGHT @ 7:30 PM TUNE IN ON YOUTUBE or visit Raptors905.dleague.nba.com ! #WeTheNorth ?? #Grind2Shine ? #OneGoal ??