- Joined Aug 2, 2006
Today, however, Toronto is a road trip just about every pro athletelooks forward to. Some say the city has a cool, international vibe thatincreasingly stands out. Some like the plentitude of cheap concerttickets—a boon for athletes with big posses—or the convenience of themust-be-19 drinking law. (Rookie guard DeMar DeRozan of the Raptors,who is 20, was ordering chocolate milk at dinner before his teammatestold him the good news).
Knicks rookie Toney Douglas, who was descending the hotel elevator in asparkling diamond necklace and a puffy vest, said he never goes outbefore games and isn't a fan of cold weather, but had heard fromfriends that Toronto, "party-wise," was one city worth making anexception for. "It's something different – it's another country," hesaid.
Huh unpossible we know no athletes wants to live here, can't we see the writing on the wall? We should trade Chris Bosh we knows he's rather be in a warm city, like Sacramento!!!