It's always nice to see other Canadians out there doing great things and representing our country well. There might not be that many Canadian players in the NBA but a few of them had a historic moment together on November 27. Canadian NBA players made history on the court for being the most Canadians to play together at the same time.\nWhen the Raptors played the New York Knicks on November 27 at the Scotiabank Arena, four Canadians were on the court at the same time which is apparently the first time that's ever happened in NBA history.\nWith only 5:52 left to play, Raptors coach Nick Nurse made a substitution that made history.\nFor almost six minutes, four Canadians played together and against each other.\nThe Raptors had on Oshae Brissett from Toronto and Chris Boucher from Montreal while the Knicks had on Ignas Brazdeikis from Oakville and RJ Barrett from Mississauga.\nIt worked out perfectly that the first time this many Canadians played together in the NBA was actually in Canada.\nThe Raptors beat the Knicks 126 to 98 so only two Canadians came out on top. But if it had to be any two, we're glad it was the Raptors players.\n.@chrisboucher 😤 pic.twitter.com/VlxEEfAaW1— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) November 28, 2019\nOnly 20 Canadian players are on NBA rosters for this season and four of those 20, including Brissett, don't even play in the NBA full time. They split time between the NBA and its minor league.\nWhen the Raptors were in the NBA finals, Boucher was the only Canadian player on both teams but he didn't even play.\nThe start of this NBA season also made history with Canadian players. For opening night, 16 Canadians were included on rosters which broke the record for being the most players from a non-U.S. country.\nTHROW IT DOWN @RjBarrett6 pic.twitter.com/xlbO15LL8m— NEW YORK KNICKS (@nyknicks) November 28, 2019\nEven though Barrett, who is only 19 years old, had 16 points in 31 minutes, it wasn't enough for him and teammate Brazdeikis to come out on top.\nThis was also the first NBA game at "home" for Barrett. While the Knicks were the visiting team, this was Barrett's first professional game on his hometown court.\nHere's hoping that the future sees more Canadians make it into the NBA to represent Canada.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.