Toronto Raptors Defeat Warriors in Game 6

  • Toronto Raptors Defeat Warriors in Game 6

Toronto Raptors won their first NBA Championship on Thursday after defeating the defending Champion, Golden State Warrior, in game 6.

Raptors won game 6 with 114 points to 110 scored by Golden State Warriors.

Kyle Lowry, who has been efficient throughout the season but blamed for not stepping up in post-season games, scores 21 points in the first half to put Raptors ahead despite Kawhi Leonard putting up mere 6 points in the first quarter.

Leonard was named Finals MVP for the second time, he won the first with the San Antonio Spurs in 2014 when he took down LeBron James and the dynastic Miami Heat.

Leonard’s 22 points and contribution throughout the series end Warriors’ championship run.

The same way he stopped Miami from a third consecutive title in 2014, Leonard has now put an end to Golden States hope of such feat.

This is the first time, NBA Finals will be played outside the United States.

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