When it comes to the Toronto Raptors, it often feels as if the basketball superstars spend most of their time on the court. However, in between games the players often find the time to kick off their shoes in their own Ontario homes. Many of the Raptors players have revealed where they lived throughout the 6ix, and it seems that they all love living in their own Toronto neighbourhoods.
While some Raptors are more secretive than others, a few of the players have opened up about their home life here in the 6ix.
In a recent interview, Kyle Lowry revealed how much he loved living in the city and how it was a great place to raise his children.
Back in 2019, the superstar revealed that he's avoided the downtown area and has set up home in North Toronto, where he lives with his wife Ayahna Cornish-Lowry and his children.
In an ESPN video clip, the superstar can be seen stepping out of his gorgeous white mansion before heading off for an interview.
However, it's not just Lowry who has set up home in the 6ix. Terence Davis has also recently revealed that he has settled down in the city.
"There are a lot of things that I love about Toronto. There are so many places to eat. It’s unbelievable. The city is amazing." he continued.
Norman Powell has also revealed that he enjoys living the condo life.
The Raptors hotshot told The Toronto Sun back in February that he lives in a three-bedroom condo in Toronto, which he calls "the man cave."
“I like it because the place has a lot of space, and the building has great amenities, including an indoor pool, indoor workout room, and indoor basketball gym.”
While some Raptors are more open about their humble abodes than others, Fred VanVleet has given some insights on where he has lived throughout the city.
It is not entirely clear where the player is residing these days, however, he has posted multiple photos of his home on his Instagram.
In an interview in September, the player did hint that he used to live in the Queens Quay area, as his family would often visit the aquarium.
"We love it here. My kids love it. My daughter is a dual citizen. I definitely could see myself living here for a long, long time. Canada is really like a second home for us. This has grown into a place that we love to be.”