It’s unwise to doubt any member of the Toronto Raptors at this point, but we didn’t think it would be Chris Boucher putting Giannis Antetokounmpo on a poster.
During Tuesday’s highly-anticipated matchup between the Raptors and Bucks, Terence Davis missed an open three, but Boucher flew in for the rebound and threw down a nasty dunk on both Antetokounmpo and Pat Connaughton that got the Scotiabank Arena faithful—including Drake—out of their seats.
“BONJOUR!” TSN broadcaster Jack Armstrong screamed, and it’s more than warranted. Although the Bucks need no explanation about who the Raptors are, perhaps they’ve slept on Boucher, who is playing a larger role on this year’s team.
It’s worth noting too that Connaughton was invited to the recent NBA Slam Dunk Contest, but perhaps Boucher should’ve received the invite instead.
Here’s another angle of the carnage Boucher left behind.
Not to be outdone, OG Anunoby got in on the proceedings and may have one-upped Boucher.
Serge Ibaka found a wide-open Anunoby cutting to the rim in the second quarter. Giannis recognized and read the cut a second too late and frantically got to the rim, but Anunoby slammed it on his head for another poster.
Hang these in the Louvre, or the Art Gallery of Ontario at the very least.
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