Toronto and the majority of southern Ontario faced what was arguably the worst winter storm of the season on January 18-19. While the volume of white stuff falling was pretty damn inconvenient for many people, others decided to make the most of it. One person, in particular, went all out and created a Pascal Siakam snow sculpture that even has its own replication of Spicy P's spin move.\nThe City of Toronto was hit with a major snowstorm on the afternoon of January 18 that left the city in a complete white-out. The 6ix is still trying to clean up what was left behind.\nCars were sliding, TTC vehicles were stuck, and there were hundreds of car crashes that left the GTA in absolute dismay.\nWith residents being warned not to leave the house unless they absolutely had to, one man, Matt Morris, decided to take advantage of the gift from Mother Nature.\nMorris, who lives in Waterloo, Ont., according to CTV News, took up the challenge of creating a large sculpture in honour of Toronto Raptors star Siakam.\nIn photos and a video shared onto his Twitter account, Morris, whose bio on the social media site describes him as a "snow sculptor," shows off his seven-foot model.\nHe even demonstrates how the sculpture spins, just like Spicy P himself.\n"Pascal Siakam has an amazing spin move. So my 7’ snow sculpture tribute to him had to spin. #snowsculpture @pskills43 @raptors #raptors #wethenorth #torontoraptors," reads Morris' tweet.\nView this post on Instagram Pascal Siakam has an amazing spin move. So my 7’ snow sculpture tribute to him had to spin too. #snowsculpture @pskills43 @raptors #raptors #wethenorth #torontoraptors A post shared by Matt Morris (@snowbankproductions) on Jan 19, 2020 at 2:23pm PST\nView this post on Instagram Pascal Siakam is 6’9”. On my front lawn he is about 7’! At any height ‘Spicy P’ is an All-Star. #snowsculpture @pskills43 @raptors #raptors #wethenorth #torontoraptors A post shared by Matt Morris (@snowbankproductions) on Jan 19, 2020 at 11:34am PST\nView this post on Instagram Had just enough time and energy to put up this 8’ tower of snow before dark today. The vast quantities of snow made it a quick task. Tomorrow I’ll attempt something new. I’ll also be building on a rotating platform because the subject needs to spin. @pskills43 @raptors #raptors #wethenorth #torontoraptors A post shared by Matt Morris (@snowbankproductions) on Jan 18, 2020 at 7:05pm PST\nAnd it seems Siakam was pretty pleased with what he saw.\nSpicy — or maybe we should call him Chilly now? — retweeted the masterpiece and also posted it on his Instagram story for his fans to see, calling it "dope."\nThe Toronto Raptors later retweeted the video, too.\nHaha that’s dope 🙏🏾 https://t.co/VtJ1MSKTaO— pascal siakam (@pskills43) January 20, 2020\nFor what it's worth, Morris seemed delighted to have earned Siakam's seal of approval.\n"Thanks for the note Pascal. You are an All-Star member of an outstanding team," reads part of his response.\n"It’s been great fun watching you develop into one of the most exciting players in the NBA. Wishing you & your team continued success. Felicitations!"\nWith the amount of love that fans have been showing for Siakam so far this season, maybe we shouldn't be surprised one support has been committed enough to honour him in snow form.\nAnd given the skills he shows off on the court, after all, anyone would want to honour this king.\nToronto is expected to be hit with a bit more snow this weekend, The Weather Network.\nAlthough it most likely won't feel as bad as this past storm, maybe Morris will be able to add further to his piece. Arms or legs, perhaps?\nMeanwhile, over in Newfoundland, they could probably make a snow statue of every single player to have ever feature for the Raptors and still have plenty of it leftover.