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This Week in Social: Dealing With The Pain

Your weekly look inside the lives of the Toronto Raptors.

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Groucho Marx once said, "The only real laughter comes from despair." That must be true, because the Toronto Raptors have posted some solid gold to social media despite losing nine of their last ten games. Emotions are running high for the guys and each has found their own way to deal with the agony of defeat.

Greivis Vasquez has turned to Ne-Yo for inspiration. So sick of love songs indeed, Greivis.

Amir Johnson is pensively looking out train windows.

Train Ride To Philly #Reflecting

A photo posted by @iamamirjohnson on

Patrick Patterson is getting some quality family time, though he seems to have issues with Disney's cartoon cross-breeding.

2Pat is also making his own memes now, apparently. Can anyone actually tell me what these gloves are for? Does Patterson get cold hands during the game? Should we be worried about his blood flow?

When your teammates don't like the cookies you made for em during the game.. #haha #wethenorth

A photo posted by Patrick Patterson (@pdpatt) on

Terrence Ross (like the rest of us) is wishing it was last season, wishing his good buddy Dwight Buycks a happy birthday.

Happy bday to my bro @dbuycks_13

A photo posted by Terrence Ross (@3tross1) on

DeMar DeRozan, full to the brim with contested jump shots, is openly speaking about his Raptors legacy.

Finally, Bruno and Bebe's bromance enters the lucha libre ring.

Jack Chan? We finish that! WWA with my boy @nogueira92official . #SuperHotFire #2andhalfman #IWatchThat #ReyMysterio

A photo posted by Bruno Fernandes (@brunofive) on

Losing doesn't mean being sad, you guys. Anything I missed?