Before the game started, Justin Trudeau tweeted his congratulations to the Toronto Raptors' all-female broadcast team and called them "an impressive crew."\nIt was a historic broadcast because women were in every single on-air role for the call of the game against the Denver Nuggets on March 24.\nEditor's Choice: Lowry Looked Heartbroken Last Night After His Last Possible Game As A Raptor (VIDEO)\n\nAn impressive crew - congratulations, @AmyAudibert, @KateBeirness, @Kayla_Grey, @KayNurse11, and @MeghanMcPeak. You’re making history, and that’s going to mean a lot to so many young girls across the country. (Also, go @Raptors! #WeTheNorth) https://t.co/dlGQtpjaBP— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) March 24, 2021\n\nTrudeau congratulated Amy Audibert, Kate Beirness, Kayla Grey, Kia Nurse and Meghan McPeak on making history.\nHe said that it's "going to mean a lot to so many young girls across the country."\nEven though the Raptors enjoyed a 135-111 win, Kyle Lowry looked rather emotional as he walked off the court after the game.