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Raptors 905 Uniforms Look Pretty Good

The Raptors 905 showed off their uniforms at media day and they looked pretty good on one of their newest and most familiar prospects – 7’5 Canadian center Sim Bhullar.

“You just got to go out there and play hard and produce like I did last year in Reno (D-League),” Bhullar said. “Hopefully I get the chance to play here and it’s a great feeling (to be home.)”

Raptors 905 jerseys

Press Release:


Prominent ‘905’ on chest of home and away jerseys pays tribute to Greater Toronto Area

Raptors 905, the NBA Development League affiliate of the Toronto Raptors, unveiled Wednesday the club’s home and away uniforms for its inaugural season. Both uniforms, revealed in partnership with BMO Bank of Montreal, feature the ‘905’ moniker prominently across the chest of the jerseys in tribute to the Greater Toronto Area.

“With our uniform unveiling, it’s a sign that we’re getting closer to making history as the first Canadian team in the NBA D-League,” said Raptors 905 General Manager Dan Tolzman. “Our team is excited to bring a high level of basketball to Hershey Centre and the 905, and we’re looking forward to seeing our fans come out to support this team, starting with the preseason games later this week.”

For its first season, Raptors 905 will don white home uniforms and red away uniforms, consistent with the regular home and away uniforms of its NBA parent club. The home white uniforms will have red trim and black numbering, while the red away uniforms will have black trim and white numbering. The shorts on both Raptors 905 uniforms will feature the Raptors primary logo on the left leg and a Raptors 905 emblem on the right leg. BMO, a proud sponsor of Raptors 905, will feature its logo underneath the uniform number on ‎the front of the jerseys.

“As the Founding Partner, BMO is proud to help welcome the newest member of the NBA Development League with the unveiling of the Raptors 905 uniforms,” said Steve Murphy, Senior Vice President, GTA Division, BMO Bank of Montreal. “The communities within the 905 are the hotbeds of basketball talent and development in Canada, and with the team’s inaugural season just days away, we’re excited to be a part of the sport at all levels as the momentum continues to grow in the GTA and across Canada.”