Raptors star Fred VanVleet has always been open about his love for Toronto, but is he committed to making a long-distance relationship work?\nAs the team is set to head out to Flordia for the 2021 season, it seems that the player is feeling a little homesick. \nFreddie told CBC that he and his family will be missing the 6ix when they move to Tampa.\nEditor's Choice: Here's A Map Of Toronto Grocery Stores With Confirmed Cases Of COVID-19\n\n\n“\n\n\nToronto has turned into my second home. \n\n\nFred VanVleet \n\n\n\n \nIn fact, he even states that the city is like a second home to him and his family. \nHowever, the player does sound hopeful about the upcoming season. \n"Obviously, we miss the city, but I think we've got to be excited about what's ahead of us," VanVleet stated. \n"I can't not be excited about it. We were in Florida for a while with the bubble in Orlando, and right back there in Tampa, so hopefully it's a good experience."\nThe 26-year-old recently signed an $80 million contract with Toronto. \nHowever, the Raptors will be forced to start the 2020-2021 season in Tampa Bay due to Canada-U.S. border restrictions.