God bless Google!

 

Google recently revealed the top Raptors-related searches and based on the information, it looks as though Oakland fans have been very curious about our city and of course, Drake, who is the team’s Global Ambassador.

 

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Check out the stats below.

 

These are the top 5 burning questions the people of Oakland have been searching when it comes to the 6ix God, Drake:

 

  1. How old is Drake
  2. Who is Drake trolling the Warriors
  3. How much does it cost to put up a billboard
  4. Who does Drake take with him to the Raptors games
  5. Why do they call Drake Aubrey

 

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3 more.

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Here are the top 5 questions the people of Oakland have been googling about Toronto:

 

  1. Where does Kawhi live in Toronto
  2. Why is Toronto called 6
  3. How long is the flight from Toronto to Oakland
  4. Who were the Raptors before Toronto
  5. Why is Toronto’s basketball team called the Raptors

 

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Weezy for the win. #2

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In case the people of Oakland ever want to take a trip to the 6ix:

 

  1. When was the last time theRaptors were in the finals
  2. Why are the raptors in the NBA
  3. How long have the Raptors been in the NBA
  4. When did the Raptors score 105 game
  5. What Bay Area radio station is the Warriors game on
  6. How much was a ticket for Raptors tonight

 

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First half Finals viws (3/3)

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And lastly, the top 5 cities in Ontario who’ve been googling the most about the Raptors:

 

  1. Ajax
  2. Milton
  3. Pickering
  4. Brampton
  5. Halton Hills

 

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First half Finals viws (2/3)

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Next game between the Raps and Golden State goes down Thursday at 9pm!

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