Compared to other NBA teams, the Toronto Raptors seem to have one thing on lock, and that's their love and support for each other. On the eve of the expected Pascal Siakam All-Star announcement, his teammates showed him some love as they arrived in Toronto before their game on January 24. Spicy P is expected to seal a spot in the NBA honours team for the first time and he's just too excited.\nThe confirmation of which players have been named to the lineup is set for 7 p.m. Eastern Time on Thursday.\nIn a video shared on Twitter by the team that day, Kyle Lowry bangs the drum for his pal by showing off a Siakam-line shirt he's wearing under his hoodie, repping his bestie.\nThen, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is heard asking Lowry who he's referring to.\n"Who's that? P?" asks Hollis-Jefferson.\n"Who else that gon' be?" responds Lowry before his teammate breaks out into a little cheer.\nSince the first fan voting returns came in at the start of January, Siakam has been widely expected to seal a spot in the All-Star game.\nIn the January 16 results, Siakam came in second place in the Eastern Conference just behind last season's MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo from the Milwaukee Bucks.\nFan voting was closed on January 20.\n.@pskills43 Hype Crew@Klow7 x @IAmCHAP24 x @Theiceman_21 pic.twitter.com/yutl6qLaAW— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) January 23, 2020\n“Oh, it would mean everything,” said Siakam, according to Sportsnet, to reporters after the game against Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night.\n“I think once you get to the NBA and you understand that those are the elite players in the league, it means even more."\nSpicy P is averaging about 23.7 points, 7.4 rebounds, and 3.5 assists each game this 2019-2020 season, according to Sportsnet.\nThat's some good ball.\nView this post on Instagram I appreciate every single one of y’all who voted for me! Your support means everything 💯💯 🌶🔥🥵 #humblehustle🙏🏾👏🏾 #doingitforyou🙏🏾 #ripdad A post shared by Pascal Siakam🙏🏾👪🏀 (@pskills43) on Jan 21, 2020 at 12:51pm PST\n“As a young player coming in and knowing my path and how I got here to be in that competition, that’s crazy to think about," added Siakam.\nRaptors fans have been touting Siakam as an All-Star all year. After all, they suggested earlier this season that Spicy could even already be a much better Raptor than team legend DeMar DeRozan.\nOne fan likes him so much they even made a snow sculpture of him, for crying out loud!\nPascal Siakam has passed Joel Embiid for 2nd among East frontcourt players in All-Star fan voting, Giannis still in 1st. Meanwhile, Lowry has gone from 8th in guarding voting (in 1st returns) to 6th (in 2nd) and now jumps to 5th. pic.twitter.com/75lq2KBhEE— Josh Lewenberg (@JLew1050) January 16, 2020\nSiakam being named would be a big statement from the Raptors, not just the player himself.\nThat's because if he's named a starter, the Raps will be the only NBA team to have a player in the lineup of every All-Star game since the year 2015.\nPrevious years have included Lowry in 2015-16 and '16, DeRozan in 2017 and '18, and, of course, Kawhi Leonard in 2019.\nIf Siakam's name joins those Toronto legends tonight, it's another win for the 6ix's beloved team.