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The best and the worst of the Raptors’ season: The Toronto Raptors wrap up the regular season on Wednesday with a game against New York at Madison Square Garden. Before they play that one, and determine their first-round opponent in the process, here is a look back at the previous 81 games, starting with the play of the year: Terrence Ross posterized Kenneth Faried on Jan. 31 with what might have been the best dunk of the year in the NBA. (Photo: Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

The best and the worst of the Raptors’ season: The Toronto Raptors wrap up the regular season on Wednesday with a game against New York at Madison Square Garden. Before they play that one, and determine their first-round opponent in the process, here is a look back at the previous 81 games, starting with the play of the year: Terrence Ross posterized Kenneth Faried on Jan. 31 with what might have been the best dunk of the year in the NBA. (Photo: Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

Coaches and players left them. Others told them to go away.The guys who stuck around at UConn ended up with the last laugh and a pretty good prize to go with it: The national title.Shabazz Napier turned in another all-court masterpiece Monday night to lift the Huskies to a 60-54 win over Kentucky’s freshmen and bring home a championship hardly anyone saw coming.“You’re looking at the hungry Huskies,” Napier told the crowd and TV audience as confetti rained down. “Ladies and gentlemen, this is what happens when you banned us.”The senior guard had 22 points, six rebounds and three assists, and his partner in defensive lock-down, Ryan Boatright, finished with 14 points.The victory comes only a short year after the Huskies were barred from March Madness because of grades problems. That stoked a fire no one could put out in 2014. (Photo: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Coaches and players left them. Others told them to go away.

The guys who stuck around at UConn ended up with the last laugh and a pretty good prize to go with it: The national title.

Shabazz Napier turned in another all-court masterpiece Monday night to lift the Huskies to a 60-54 win over Kentucky’s freshmen and bring home a championship hardly anyone saw coming.

“You’re looking at the hungry Huskies,” Napier told the crowd and TV audience as confetti rained down. “Ladies and gentlemen, this is what happens when you banned us.”

The senior guard had 22 points, six rebounds and three assists, and his partner in defensive lock-down, Ryan Boatright, finished with 14 points.

The victory comes only a short year after the Huskies were barred from March Madness because of grades problems. That stoked a fire no one could put out in 2014. (Photo: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

DeMar DeRozan of the Toronto Raptors throws out the first pitch before the start of the Toronto Blue Jays’ game against the New York Yankees on April 6, 2014 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Blue Jays lost 6-4. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

DeMar DeRozan of the Toronto Raptors throws out the first pitch before the start of the Toronto Blue Jays’ game against the New York Yankees on April 6, 2014 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Blue Jays lost 6-4. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

Toronto Raptors guard Greivis Vasquez uses shoes to show support for the peace to his home country of Venezuela before their game against the Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena in Miami on Monday, March 31, 2014. (Photo: David Santiago/El Nuevo Herald/The Associated Press)

Toronto Raptors guard Greivis Vasquez uses shoes to show support for the peace to his home country of Venezuela before their game against the Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena in Miami on Monday, March 31, 2014. (Photo: David Santiago/El Nuevo Herald/The Associated Press)

Ohio State belongs to Dayton.

The Flyers can lay claim to having bragging rights on their “big brothers” from down the road after Vee Sanford banked in a layup with 3.8 seconds remaining to lift 11th-seeded Dayton to a 60-59 victory over sixth-seeded Ohio State in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Thursday.

Sanford finished with 10 points, while Dyshawn Pierre of Whitby, Ont., led the Flyers (24-10) with 12 points and a game-high eight rebounds in a matchup of Ohio schools separated by about 120 kilometres. Dayton advances to play the winner between third-seeded Syracuse and 14th-seeded Western Michigan in a South Region matchup on Saturday.

The Buckeyes (25-10) had one last chance to pull out the victory, but Aaron Craft’s driving 10-footer hit off the backboard and rolled off the rim as the buzzer sounded. (Photos: Elsa/Getty Images, Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

Your picks for the office NCAA pool are due Thursday before the start of the first game. Like most people, you don’t watch a lot of college basketball, if any.You can make the same old boring picks for your final four in the 2014 NCAA men’s basketball tournament — all the No. 1 seeds, those teams that used to win when you were in university. You can scour the internet for the latest analytics. But do you really want to invest that much time in it? No.Let us be your guide today inside the brackets. We can guarantee almost none of this will be helpful, and we simply hope it puts a little panache in your picks. (Click to enlarge.)To start, here are some adorable puppies with their favourite teams in this year’s tournament.

Your picks for the office NCAA pool are due Thursday before the start of the first game. Like most people, you don’t watch a lot of college basketball, if any.

You can make the same old boring picks for your final four in the 2014 NCAA men’s basketball tournament — all the No. 1 seeds, those teams that used to win when you were in university. You can scour the internet for the latest analytics. But do you really want to invest that much time in it? No.

Let us be your guide today inside the brackets. We can guarantee almost none of this will be helpful, and we simply hope it puts a little panache in your picks. (Click to enlarge.)

To start, here are some adorable puppies with their favourite teams in this year’s tournament.

The Toronto Raptors have unveiled their new logo. No, not the logo that will be part of the team’s rebranding for the 2015-16 season, the one that global ambassador Drake is helping to design. Instead, the team has released a 20th anniversary logo it will wear on a patch on the team’s home jerseys next season.Notably, the logo will feature the colour purple, gone from the team’s colour scheme for the last eight seasons.Lamentably, the logo could not roll all 19 years into one concise emblem. From cartoon dinosaurs to Drake, click through for a list of things notably missing from the logo. (Photo: Toronto Raptors/handout)

The Toronto Raptors have unveiled their new logo. No, not the logo that will be part of the team’s rebranding for the 2015-16 season, the one that global ambassador Drake is helping to design. Instead, the team has released a 20th anniversary logo it will wear on a patch on the team’s home jerseys next season.

Notably, the logo will feature the colour purple, gone from the team’s colour scheme for the last eight seasons.

Lamentably, the logo could not roll all 19 years into one concise emblem. From cartoon dinosaurs to Drake, click through for a list of things notably missing from the logo. (Photo: Toronto Raptors/handout)

Wayne Selden, Jr. of the Kansas Jayhawks slaps the scoreboard and celebrates with fans after a 83-75 win over the Oklahoma Sooners at Allen Fieldhouse on February 24, 2014 in Lawrence, Kansas.  (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)

Wayne Selden, Jr. of the Kansas Jayhawks slaps the scoreboard and celebrates with fans after a 83-75 win over the Oklahoma Sooners at Allen Fieldhouse on February 24, 2014 in Lawrence, Kansas.  (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)

Dennis Rodman sang “Happy Birthday” to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un before leading a squad of former NBA stars in a friendly game Wednesday as part of his “basketball diplomacy” that has been criticized in the United States as naive and laughable.Rodman dedicated the game to his “best friend” Kim, who along with his wife and other senior officials and their wives watched from a special seating area. The capacity crowd of about 14,000 at the Pyongyang Indoor Stadium clapped loudly as Rodman sang a verse from the birthday song. (Photo: Kim Kwang Hyon/The Associated Press)

Dennis Rodman sang “Happy Birthday” to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un before leading a squad of former NBA stars in a friendly game Wednesday as part of his “basketball diplomacy” that has been criticized in the United States as naive and laughable.

Rodman dedicated the game to his “best friend” Kim, who along with his wife and other senior officials and their wives watched from a special seating area. The capacity crowd of about 14,000 at the Pyongyang Indoor Stadium clapped loudly as Rodman sang a verse from the birthday song. (Photo: Kim Kwang Hyon/The Associated Press)

A bottle of vodka with handmade illustrations of Rodman with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Rodman’s name in Korean sits on the roof of a car outside a Pyongyang hotel on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014. Rodman came to the North Korean capital with a team of USA basketball stars for an exhibition game on Jan. 8, the birthday of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.Dennis Rodman is running into some conflict on his latest trip to North Korea.The former NBA star went on a strange, angry rant in an interview when CNN’s Chris Cuomo asked Rodman about Kenneth Bae. Rodman has come under fire for not pushing for the release of the American imprisoned in North Korea on charges of committing “anti-state” crimes.Rodman became increasingly agitated and eventually started screaming at Cuomo. (Photo: David Guttenfelder/The Associated Press)

A bottle of vodka with handmade illustrations of Rodman with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Rodman’s name in Korean sits on the roof of a car outside a Pyongyang hotel on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014. Rodman came to the North Korean capital with a team of USA basketball stars for an exhibition game on Jan. 8, the birthday of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

Dennis Rodman is running into some conflict on his latest trip to North Korea.

The former NBA star went on a strange, angry rant in an interview when CNN’s Chris Cuomo asked Rodman about Kenneth Bae. Rodman has come under fire for not pushing for the release of the American imprisoned in North Korea on charges of committing “anti-state” crimes.

Rodman became increasingly agitated and eventually started screaming at Cuomo. (Photo: David Guttenfelder/The Associated Press)