Nothing but love! P.K. Subban's Raptors confidence is the wholesome Canadian sports crossover that we all need right now. He still believes that the team can get the job done and win the series.\nWith the Raptors losing their last two games against the Boston Celtics in the Conference Semi-Finals, hope might be dwindling for some people.\nHowever, that's not the case for Subban.\nEditor's Choice: Yonge Street's About To Look Even More Like Times Square With No Cars (PHOTOS)\nThe Canadian born NHL player has so much confidence in the team and he's sharing it with the world.\nHe posted photos on social media of him looking up and pointing a finger at the sky.\n"Worst lead in sports... 2-0...," Subban said in his post.\nHe went on to call the series ending with the Raptors winning in six games. He even added a sassy snap at the end so you know he means business.\nHis prediction isn't far off and could actually happen. Being up two games doesn't guarantee that a team will go on to win the series.\nIn the Conference Finals last year, the Raptors were down by two games against the Milwaukee Bucks but came back to win the next four games and take the series 4-2.\nAfter that, they went on to win the NBA Finals.\nView this post on Instagram Worst lead in sports... 2-0... @raptors in 6! ☝🏿snap A post shared by P.K. Subban (@subbanator) on Sep 2, 2020 at 7:36am PDT\nThe Celtics beat the Raptors in game two with a final score of 102-99.\nAfter the loss, Kyle Lowry said that they're pissed to be down by two.\nWhile the game was disappointing, at least the players got to reunite with their families before it happened.\nView this post on Instagram Open Gym presented by Bell A post shared by Toronto Raptors (@raptors) on Sep 1, 2020 at 10:01am PDT\nGame three between the Raptors and Celtics is at 6:30 p.m. ET on September 3.\nWith a best of seven series, the Raptors can still win the series like Subban said even if they don't win this game.\nThis isn't the first time Subban has showed his support for the Raptors.\nHe went to game five of the NBA Finals in Toronto last year and even got a selfie with Drake.