Last season was unlike any other for the Toronto Raptors and their fans.

Now, the team is apparently asking season ticket holders if they'd be ready to return to Scotiabank Arena for games this upcoming season.

Season seat holder Josh McConnell posted a screenshot of the survey on Twitter.

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The survey clarifies that there would indeed be social distancing measures in place and that the crowd would be set at a "limited capacity."

Tickets would also be mobile-only.

There has also been talk about the Raptors playing in Kentucky next year, as the Canada-USA border closure makes it difficult for the team to travel freely back and forth.

During yesterday's American election, the Raptors urged fans their fans to do their civic duty.

Head Coach Nick Nurse ran an educational campaign focused on targeting Americans in Canada and encouraging them to vote.

Details on whether the Raptors will return to Scotiabank Arena are not finalized, but you can have your say through their survey — if you're a season ticket holder, that is! 

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