Last night, en route to a win over the 76ers that was probably closer that it needed to be, the Raptors sank at least one three-pointer for the 912th consecutive game.
Obviously that's an NBA record. I'm not sure there's any team record in any sport that's comparable to it - I'm sure no baseball team has gone that many consecutive games with an extra-base hit, for instance. I only bring it up because, assuming they keep it going, the Raptors will reach 1000 games in about a year, sometime just before next season's All-Star break.
If the game happens to be in Toronto, I'll be there. Hell, if I can afford it, I might just go no matter where they're playing. It's a small, odd, bit of history I'd like to witness.