Remember that anxious feeling you would get the night before a big final exam? Now imagine that exact same situation, except that the entire world will be watching you write. That's basically how much pressure the players are under for Game 5 Raptors vs Warriors at Scotiabank Arena tonight, and Toronto fans are feeling equally as stressed.\nToronto fans are literally losing sleep over tonight's game. And really, who can blame them? Toronto is just one win away from claiming the NBA Championship, and tonight could be the night that Toronto sweeps the nation with a history-changing victory.\nSo it comes as little surprise that Torontonians can't catch some Z's the night before what might be the most epic game in Raptors history. Some diehard fans have been camping outside of Scotiabank Arena for days for a chance to get into Jurassic Park. That's commitment.\nToronto collectively could not sleep last night. #Raptors #RTZ #WeTheNorth #Toronto #CantSleep pic.twitter.com/wwfKJAL9UA— Mackay Taggart (@mackaytaggart) June 10, 2019\nRaptors President Masai Ujiri came out to greet the fans camping outside Jurassic Park last night, proving that there definitely are perks to staying up all night in the name of the Raptors!\nRemember that friend of mine from Saskatoon who came to Toronto just to stand in Jurassic Park? He sent me this. RAPS PRESIDENT MASAI UJIRI JUST SHOWED UP At midnight. To meet the fans camping outside Jurassic Park. #WeTheNorth @cbcsports @CBCToronto @CBCNews pic.twitter.com/VBip2eRZI9— Devin Heroux (@Devin_Heroux) June 10, 2019\nFans have been in line since Friday in order to secure their spots in Jurassic Park. Only true fans would understand that there's no such thing as going overboard when it comes to demonstrating devotion to the team!\nHow far would you go to support your favourite team? These long-time #raptor fans have been waiting to get into Toronto’s #JurassicPark to watch Game 5 of the #NBAFinals since Friday.#Game5 is on Monday.READ MORE: https://t.co/v2oc1UwP1a pic.twitter.com/WUXC9O7gbq— Globalnews.ca (@globalnews) June 9, 2019\nThose in line this morning battled the rain and wind, but not even a little inclement weather could stave Raptors fans from engaging in the pre-game excitement. After all, we're from Toronto - we can handle it.\nA little rain won't deter these diehard @Raptors fans. Many of which have been camped out multiple nights for this historic moment. #WeTheNorth The scene a few minutes ago for Jurassic Park pic.twitter.com/6BYrqYReOS— nicolas bello (@nbellotoronto) June 10, 2019\nIronically, Kyle Lowry isn't nervous for tonight's game. "Being able to provide for me and my brother, my family, that’s pressure," Lowry told reporters yesterday, as he described his childhood and how his family raised him.\n"That’s pressure to me. Just the willing to do whatever it takes to make sure that your kid will see better than what you’ve ever seen, and getting up and taking public transportation an hour and a half away. People like that are heroes to me. Just going to work and grinding and doing whatever it takes to provide for your family and protect who you have to protect."\nRest up, Toronto. We're in for a big night.