Now that the dust has settled and the NBA Finals are over, the Toronto Raptors can set out about the most important decision of the postseason.
The Raptors, the first basketball champion to hail from a non-U.S. address, have, what appears to be, a vexing issue on their hands, within days of claiming their title.
The Toronto players, coaches and management have to decide whether to be feted by one North American head of state or two.
That the Raptors will be welcomed by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is a fait accompli.
In case you didn’t notice, Canadians from Victoria to Halifax went slightly bonkers earlier this month when the Raptors wrested the professional basketball crown away from the defending two-time champion Golden State Warriors.