With Game 7 between the Heat and Raptors set to tip off at 3:30 p.m., the Air Canada Centre is packed with Drake, Donald Sutherland, indie filmmaker Atom Egoyan and many more of the biggest names Toronto has to offer.

Besides Drake, who is well known for attending Raptors games, Game 7 has drawn more people who are considered celebrities in Toronto—folks like trance DJ and producer Arnej; improv actor Colin Mochrie; and city council member Pam McConnell, among others.

Well regarded indie filmmaker and Toronto celebrity Atom Egoyan was spotted at the Air Canada Centre before Raptors-Heat Game 7. (Getty)

Well regarded indie filmmaker and Toronto celebrity Atom Egoyan was spotted at the Air Canada Centre before Raptors-Heat Game 7. (Getty)


“Miami is not the only city with star power,” McConnell said. “Besides Drake, I saw computer scientist Stephen Cook was here. He made major contributions to the field of complexity theory. Everyone came out today to support our team.”

Rumors are swirling that halftime will feature a surprise performance by Toronto’s biggest current rock band, post-rockers Do Make Say Think.

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