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The Toronto Raptors 2012-13 Season Recap (In Videos)

With yet another season in the books for the Toronto Raptors, the HQ's Chris Walder takes a look back at the year that was, with some of the most memorable moments of the past 82 games.


For the fifth straight season, the Toronto Raptors will not be competing in the NBA Playoffs.

The season is over, and now we all embark towards an offseason where a lot of questions and concerns certainly need to be addressed.

The 2012-13 regular season isn't going to be remembered for its winning basketball, but it did provide fans with some great moments that we can take a look back and feel good about.

Or laugh at.

Or shake our heads at.

In no particular order, here is a look at some of the most memorable (good or bad) Toronto Raptors moments of the past 82 games.


DeMar DeRozan's game-winner vs Orlando Magic

Terrence Ross reverse dunk vs Brooklyn Nets

Caron Butler "trolls" Jonas Valanciunas

Tyler Hansbrough throws Jonas Valanciunas to the ground: No foul?

Amir Johnson/Jonas Valanciunas double-screen vs Washington Wizards

Mikael Pietrus dances behind Sherman Hamilton and Paul Jones

Matt Devlin vs Wale

DeMar DeRozan "Mozgov's" Timofey Mozgov

Amir Johnson throws mouthpiece at referee vs Blazers

Raptors/Celtics Moment Of Silence for victims of Boston Marathon tragedy

Jose Calderon returns to Toronto as a member of the Detroit Pistons

Rudy Gay's game-winner in OT vs Indiana Pacers

Rudy Gay does it again vs Denver Nuggets

Landry Fields buzzer beater smacks ball-boy in face

Terrence Ross wins the 2013 NBA Slam Dunk Contest

Colangelo reveals intentions to deal Bargnani

Terrence Ross 360 vs Minnesota Timberwolves

Toronto Raptors Harlem Shake

Amir Johnson has a future in photography

Terrence Ross TWO highlight-reel dunks vs Orlando Magic

Rudy Gay makes his Toronto Raptors debut vs Los Angeles Clippers

and of course, who could forget......

Well, I guess there was also this....

Is there anything I forgot? Be sure to leave a comment below and let us at RaptorsHQ know which was your favorite video, as well as any you would have liked to see added to the list.