Toronto Raptors fans are steeping in the glory of last night's stunning victory right now and honestly who could blame them? I mean, the Toronto Raptors didn't just beat the 76ers, they annihilated them. So it makes total sense that fans would be on a high from the energy that Kawhi Leonard and his teammates ignited during Tuesday night's beatdown.\nToronto didn't just win last night; they made history. The Raptors secured their largest margin of victory in franchise playoff history. They now stand a chance of shutting down Philadelphia in Game 6 on Thursday and securing a place in the Eastern Conference Finals.\nPerhaps, the most rewarding thing about the game is that it wasn’t just the Kawhi Leonard show again. That’s not to say Leonard didn’t play well, because he did, but it's safe to say that the whole team came together to win the game last night.\nRaptors fans love Leonard so much that they even plastered a friggin mural of the guy onto a building on Queen Street West:\nWhole city on a high. #WeTheNorth pic.twitter.com/k8U16o5e3m— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) May 7, 2019\nAnd by "a mural," I mean two murals:\nUpdated. #WeTheNorth pic.twitter.com/YEAUnuagGb— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) May 8, 2019\nAnd that was before this even happened:\nTRUST THIS pic.twitter.com/0tSwgWwiWW— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) May 8, 2019\nEven the sun is shining over the city today to celebrate:\nView this post on Instagram Last night’s @raptors win has the whole city feelin themselves... and rightfully so. They absolutely killed it and would you just look at her? Even the sun came out to play... . . . . . . #torontoOverEverything #heartofthecity #torontoraptors #raptors #cntower #sweetglory #goodmorning #pov #forthewin #torontolove A post shared by Sadia (@sadiasoundwave) on May 8, 2019 at 4:37am PDT\nLeonard racked up 21 points on 16 shots alongside 13 rebounds, four assists, two steals and no turnovers in just 36 minutes. Which, according to SportsNet, marks his ninth best game out of 10 during the Raptors playoff run, which is absolutely bonkers.\nKawhi managed only a single field goal during the entire second quarter, a glorious dunk just ahead of the horn. But the Raptors dominated the quarter 37-17 anyway, with everyone finally putting out to support their star player.\nI mean just look at that dunk. Stupendous.\nGood mornin Raptors fans pic.twitter.com/XZZwi4PZo5— Raptors Nation™ (@WeTheNorth__) May 8, 2019\nThings also got pretty wild in Jurassic Park outside of Scotiabank Arena:\nView this post on Instagram One of the most place i want to visit 🇨🇦🔥🤘🏻 Scotiabank Arena . . . . 📸 @raptors . . #TorontoRaptors #Toronto #Raptors #WeTheNorth #Scotiabank #Arena #NBA #Playoffs A post shared by vini🦖 (@youngbrock27) on May 8, 2019 at 2:14am PDT\nOne of the property brothers was even there getting turnt up; the game was just plain incredible:\nWhat's good, @MrDrewScott! pic.twitter.com/Muw3i8eCdu— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) May 8, 2019\nI think this one speaks for itself:\nFans in Toronto doing the airplane for Embiid as he checks out in q4.8:58 to go. Raptors lead 101-73. pic.twitter.com/oV7XhblTJq— Eric Smith (@Eric__Smith) May 8, 2019\nKyle Lowry managed to sum up the game perfectly during a post-game interview with SportsNet:\n"I think tonight was one of those games where we let him rest a little bit, which is important," explained Lowry. "He had a big double-double, but he didn’t have to do everything offensively. Those are the things that we need to do as a team to continue to get better. We’re still going to rely on him a lot. We’re still going to rely on him to score and get buckets. But tonight, he did everything else. The level that he’s playing at … He didn’t get 38, but 21, 13 rebounds and 4 assists, some steals, that’s an impressive game."\nThe Raptors will face off against the 76ers once again this Thursday at 8:00 PM, giving Toronto fans another day to bask in the team's glory.