1. Kawhi 1st to win Finals MVP in both conferences  ESPN
  2. Toronto Raptors Beat Golden State Warriors to Win 2019 NBA Finals  News18
  3. After historic win, Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard named NBA Finals Most Valuable Player  The Indian Express
  4. 2019 NBA Finals: Here’s all the Raptors merch you need to celebrate!  RaptorsHQ
  5. Raptors top Warriors for 1st title in team history  ESPN
  6. View full coverage on Google News
The Toronto Raptors are NBA champions after defeating the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Thursday.The Toronto Raptors are NBA champions after defeating the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Thursday.

Sports-no-CBC

The Toronto Raptors have won their first NBA championship after defeating the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.The Toronto Raptors have won their first NBA championship after defeating the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

Raptors win first NBA championship with Game 6 win over Warriors - Sportsnet.ca

The Toronto Raptors made history Thursday night, dethroning the Golden State Warriors and winning the franchise's first-ever NBA championship.The Toronto Raptors made history Thursday night, dethroning the Golden State Warriors and winning the franchise's first-ever NBA championship.

Toronto Raptors beat Golden State Warriors to win first-ever NBA championship | CTV News

With a 123-109 win at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., the team dominated throughout the game. At one point, the Raptors had a 17-point lead over the Warriors.With a 123-109 win at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., the team dominated throughout the game. At one point, the Raptors had a 17-point lead over the Warriors.

Toronto Raptors take NBA Finals series lead with Game 3 win over Golden State Warriors | Globalnews.ca

Our love of the Raptors matters because we feel the outcome of the game. It matters because we all want this one thing. It matters because we experience a drama filled with ups and downs, personalities and stories … together.Our love of the Raptors matters because we feel the outcome of the game. It matters because we all want this one thing. It matters because we experience a drama filled with ups and downs, personalities and stories … together.

The NBA has a celebrity culture, is immersed in social media and the proximity of fans to the playing surface creates a unique environment.The NBA has a celebrity culture, is immersed in social media and the proximity of fans to the playing surface creates a unique environment.

NBA Finals: Soap operas, social media, fan behavior driving this series

“CANADA, THE @NBA TITLE IS YOURS! #WeTheNorth https://t.co/QaCvuX5bsK”

Toronto Raptors on Twitter: "CANADA, THE @NBA TITLE IS YOURS! #WeTheNorth… "

“Klay Thompson injury update:”

Warriors PR on Twitter: "Klay Thompson injury update:… "

“Klay turning around in the tunnel and coming back out to shoot free throws had Oracle going nuts. https://t.co/T111U9aH8e”

SportsCenter on Twitter: "Klay turning around in the tunnel and coming back out to shoot free throws had Oracle going nuts.… "

Sarah McLachlan on the Raptors' run to the finals: "the entire country is all over this"Sarah McLachlan on the Raptors' run to the finals: "the entire country is all over this"

Sarah McLachlan, Canadian anthem singer, on the Raptors: ‘It’s just very uniting’ - National | Globalnews.ca

There’s precedent for a Canadian-based team celebrating in Washington, D.C. after taking home a title in their respective league.There’s precedent for a Canadian-based team celebrating in Washington, D.C. after taking home a title in their respective league.

If Raptors win NBA Finals, will they visit White House? | Sporting News

Thompson went down hard after a contested dunk from Toronto Raptor Danny Green and seemed to land awkwardly on his left knee.Thompson went down hard after a contested dunk from Toronto Raptor Danny Green and seemed to land awkwardly on his left knee.

Klay Thompson leaves Game 6 with apparent knee injury | Globalnews.ca

What a team. What a fanbase.What a team. What a fanbase.

How Did Raptors Fans Prove Their Love For The Team? Let Us Count The Ways | HuffPost Canada

Drake is watching Game 6 among friends and Raptors fans.Drake is watching Game 6 among friends and Raptors fans.

Drake at Jurassic Park to watch Raptors play Game 6 against the Warriors - National | Globalnews.ca

Thousands of Edmontonians descended on the Edmonton Expo Centre to cheer on the Toronto Raptors as the team claimed its first NBA title Thursday night.Thousands of Edmontonians descended on the Edmonton Expo Centre to cheer on the Toronto Raptors as the team claimed its first NBA title Thursday night.

Raptors fans erupt in victory at free Edmonton viewing | Edmonton Journal

Thousands of Edmontonians descended on the Edmonton Expo Centre to cheer on the Toronto Raptors as the team claimed its first NBA title Thursday night.Thousands of Edmontonians descended on the Edmonton Expo Centre to cheer on the Toronto Raptors as the team claimed its first NBA title Thursday night.

Raptors fans erupt in victory at free Edmonton viewing | Edmonton Journal

Bell Fibe suffered yet another outage during the final moments of the Raptors versus Warriors Game 6.Bell Fibe suffered yet another outage during the final moments of the Raptors versus Warriors Game 6.

Bell Fibe TV App Shuts Down During Final Minutes of Raptors NBA Final Game 6 | iPhone in Canada Blog

Drake is releasing two new tracks today (Friday 14 June) to celebrate his team the Toronto Raptors winning their first NBA title.  “Omertá” and “Money in the Grave” (ft. Rick Ross). “THE CHIP TO THE 6!!!!,” he wrote in the post’s caption. SEE YOU 2MRW WITH A 2 PACK LETS GOOOOOO.” He discussed the Raptors win with reporters post-game, where he claimed that the team and fansDrake is releasing two new tracks today (Friday 14 June) to celebrate his team the Toronto Raptors winning their first NBA title.  “Omertá” and “Money in the Grave” (ft. Rick Ross). “THE CHIP TO THE

Drake releasing two new songs to celebrate Toronto Raptors' NBA finals win | The Independent