Toronto Raptors defeat Golden State Warriors and bag first-ever NBA championship

Toronto Raptors defeat Golden State Warriors and bag first-ever NBA championship

- Toronto Raptors just made their historic championship in NBA Finals

- Raptors defeated the Golden State Warriors with a 114-110 win

- Kawhi Leonard was awarded as the NBA Finals MVP

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The Toronto Raptors made an NBA history for bagging the first-ever championship of their franchise.

KAMI learned that the Raptors defeated the Golden State Warriors with a 114-110 win during the Game 6 of NBA Finals, series 4-2.

In a report by the ABS-CBN Sports, Raptors’ Kyle Lowry and Pascal Siakam led the game with 26 points. Meanwhile, both Kawhi Leonard and Fred VanVleet had 22 points.

Warriors’ Klay Thompson also had a strong finish with 30 points. He left the game due to a knee injury, but then he returned. Andre Iguodala had 20 points and Stephen Curry chipped in 21 points.

Kawhi was also crowned as the NBA Finals MVP after leading the game for Raptors.

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The Raptors fans were very happy with the result of the NBA finals and cheered “We the North!” after the game.

In a previous report by KAMI, Warriors’ Kevin Durant was not able to join the Game 6 after going through surgery for his ruptured Achilles tendon.

Congratulations, Toronto Raptors!

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