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Where were you when the Raptors last won a playoff series?

It's been a long, long, long 15 years.

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A graphic went up yesterday in the midst of the Raptors' Game 6 collapse, the event that once again put them on the precipice of elimination in the playoffs. You'll be excused if you don't remember the moment. The graphic said the Raptors owned the longest playoff series losing streak in the NBA. It was May 4th, 2001 when Toronto was last able to feel the excitement and release of a playoff series victory, after they vanquished the Knicks. Almost 15 years ago to the day. A lot has happened.

So what were you doing back then? Where were you the last time the Toronto Raptors won a playoff series? Let's take a trip down memory lane.

The HQ staff and fellow basketball bloggers were out there:

Some of you were quite young:

The NBA landscape was different:

Video games sure were different back then:

And in the "life comes at you fast" category:

It's been a long 15 years.

It's not an overstatement to suggest that tomorrow's Game 7 is the biggest moment in franchise history. We've been waiting a long time. See everyone tomorrow.