Raptors discuss playoffs, parties and parade in season ending press conference

Nick Nurse

It's been a whirlwind since the Raptors claimed victory late Thursday night. 

Immediately after the trophy ceremonies and the champagne-spraying in the locker room, most of the team - with the aid of hip hop superstar Drake's private plane - travelled to Las Vegas and Los Angeles. 

There were even parties in San Francisco, across the bay from where they edged out the Golden State Warriors on Thursday, taking home Canada's first ever NBA Championship. 

But for some of the players - like Danny Green - they couldn't take any more partying and began flying home Saturday night. 

None of the players today would reveal what they got up to, but appeared happily exhausted as they addressed the media. 

They all said they're looking forward to Monday's big parade in Toronto and said the response from fans has been overwhelming.

Head coach Nick Nurse says he's already starting to focus on next season, and has had two meetings focused on what's next.

Nurse, along with Green, Pascal Siakam, Marc Gasol and Fred VanVleet were asked about Kawhi Leonard and whether they had insight as to whether he plans to resign with the team. 

The players said they haven't had any serious conversation with Kawhi but that they will respect his decision, no matter what he decides to do.

- With files from Jackie Rosen