Raptors Makes History As They Edge Warriors In Game Six, Win NBA Finals

The Toronto Raptors are giving Canada its first-ever NBA championship.

The Raptors held off Golden State in the final seconds to deny the Warriors a chance at a rare three-peat.Pascal Siakam and Kyle Lowry scored 26 points each as the Raptors won Game Six 114-110 in Oakland to clinch the series, four-games-to-two.

Kawhi Leonard finished with 22 points and nailed two free throws in the final second to clinch the game. He was named the MVP of the finals. Kawhi Leonard was named the Finals MVP. He's the first player to win Finals MVP in both conferences. He also won it with the San Antonio Spurs back in 2014. He averaged 28.5 points per game on 43% shooting in the Finals. In addition to being Finals MVP, Kawhi also led ALL players in points, rebounds, and steals throughout the playoffs.

Now, Toronto hopes Kawhi will rejoin them to defend the title. He'll score a big contract this summer. A max deal with the Raptors would be $190 million over five years. The most he can get with any other team is $140 million over four.

Klay Thompson led all scorers with 30 points, but left late in the third quarter with a knee injury and didn't return. Turns out, he tore his ACL.

Stephen Curry scored 21 points and missed a go-ahead three-pointer in the final seconds. Draymond Green posted a triple-double for Golden State, finishing with 11 points, 19 rebounds and 13 assists.


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