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Toronto Raptors take first NBA title after Warriors defeat: 'It means the world'

The NBA’s lone Canadian team won the first NBA championship in their 24-year history, beating the Golden State Warriors 114-110 in Game 6 of the finals on Thursday. It was another thriller and victory meant Toronto became the first non-US team to win the NBA championship. The Raptors’ Kawhi Leonard was named NBA finals MVP.
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    Hector Rodriguez

    As a Warriors fan I like to congratulate the Toronto Raptors they deserve it and play fair and square they deserve to win a NBA Finals Title in Canada

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    You know Danny green mad hype cause imagine if they had lost

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    karl sebastien del mar

    watching NBA is like watching WWE. just an entertainment!

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    umm… umm…. ummm… UMMMMMMMMMMMM….
    Umm… why is the second guy wearing a Ski Mask or Scuba Mask on his forehead when he's inside a building and it's summer?

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    all NBA MATCHES are set up before or even during playing…

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    Report: Raptors send Toronto into raptures as they beat Warriors ► https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/jun/14/toronto-raptors-

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