After starting their 2020/2021 training camp in Tampa, Florida, the Toronto Raptors revealed a new beachy logo to reflect their new home.
The new logo was debuted as a backdrop for a Fred VanVleet interview on Sunday morning, according to a tweet from CTV's Lindsay Dunn.
More people started tweeting photos of the logo throughout the afternoon.
It features the Toronto Raptor we all know and love chowing down on a Florida palm tree.
Great logo for @TorontoRaptors_ training camp @SaintLeoLions https://t.co/Wlfg39fiv1— Fran Reidy (@Fran Reidy)1606859035.0
The Canada-US border is still closed to non-essential travel, and there was plenty of speculation as to where the Raptors would start their new season.
There was even a public bidding war, as multiple cities vied to be the team's new home for the season.
But then Raptors GM Masai Ujiri announced on November 20 that they were unable to start the season in Canada.
In the same announcement, he told Raps fans that the team would start the new season in Tampa, Florida.
Despite plenty of heart-broken statements from players about missing their Toronto fans, it looks as though the team is embracing their scenic change for the year.