Five things we learned from Toronto's win over Golden State in the NBA Finals
WASHINGTON -- The Toronto Raptors won Canada its first NBA title with a 114-110 victory in Game 6 of the Finals' best of seven series over the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors on Thursday.
Kawhi Leonard trusted himself when people doubted he was injured last year, finding an inner calm that one year later has returned him to the level of NBA champion.
From the ashes of an epic playoff failure last year, the Toronto Raptors made a pair of risky moves and wound up winning the first NBA title in their 24-season history.
The Toronto Raptors captured their first NBA crown on Thursday, defeating Golden State 114-110 to become the first league champion from outside the United States by dethroning the defending titleholders.
Even though their teams are clashing in the 2019 NBA Finals series, Toronto Raptors' Kawhi Leonard shared some encouraging words to Golden State Warriors' Kevin Durant who ruptured his right Achilles in the Game 5 match last Monday (Manila…
After coping with the trauma of his father's murder as a 16-year-old, Kawhi Leonard has no difficulty putting basketball in its proper perspective.
Defending champion Golden State and the Toronto Raptors are battling for supremacy in the NBA Finals, but both teams could lose superstar talent in upcoming free agency for next season.