I had a few random encounters over the years living in Toronto. (Yes...i do like taking pics for memories)
-Saw Terrence Ross at square one at Walmart buying Poptarts with his girlfriend. Went up to him and ask "Sir can i get a picture with you?" even though he is a few years younger than me haha chill dude.
-Amir Johnson was by himself walking down the path and it seemed no one cared....so i walked up to him and ask for a picture. After that, EVERYONE went up and ask for it lol my bad Amir...
-Landry Field right after a game, I was walking down Bay street and saw a tall dude jay-walking (looked like he was in a rush) but I saw a glimpse of his face and I shouted "FIELDDDD!, let me grab a pic!". Lucky no one was on bay street and he heard me, he stopped and waited for me to cross the street to take a pic.
- Jamaal Magloire was walking near ACC...I was rocking a GS hat (just came back from a Cali Trip and this was before they won their championship), saw Big Cat and ask for a pic....he responded "wrong hat my dude"....then walked off. That was the last day I wore the GS hat
-The man himself, Masai Ujiri stepped inside of RealSport....I was the only one there and was starstruck....didn't have the balls to ask for a picture. He saw me looking at him and went up to me and said "How are you doing boss?"...that RIGHT, I am the Boss of Raptors GM.
-Seth Curry during NBA FInals, he and his girl (Doc Rivers Daughter) walked pass everyone....of course I waited until they were in the clear of no fans when I asked for a pic. Great guy!
-Alex McKechnie (load management), walk into my clinic, had a great talk about Raptors and Kawhi. Very down to earth.
-Terence Davis driving along Queens during Media Day. His window was down when I was walking and I instantly notice him since he has a big red Range Rover. Shouted out "Good luck Rook!" He nodded at me and smiled lol
...the rest are seeing players during games but I definitely enjoy running into players randomly more.