Kawhi, Raptors beat Warriors 114-110 in GM 6 to win 1st their NBA Champs Kawhi Leonard named Finals MVP ( Peep The Video And Highlights Inside)

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The Toronto Raptors are NBA champions, and Canada is celebrating accordingly.

The club captured the hearts of sports fans old and new over the course of their incredible playoff run, with cities across the nation hosting watch parties for fans to come together in nervousness and, finally, celebration. We The North, and we are in this together.

From the original Jurassic Park just outside Scotiabank Arena in Toronto to cities across the country, here are some of the best photos from watch parties across Canada.

Toronto: Jurassic Park


Toronto Raptors fans react inside Jurassic Park, outside of the Scotiabank Arena, in Toronto, as they watch the Raptors defeat the Golden State Warriors in game 6 of the NBA Finals to win the NBA Championship, Thursday, June 13, 2019. (Nathan Denette/CP)


Toronto rapper Drake joins Raptors fans reacting inside Jurassic Park, outside of the Scotiabank Centre, in Toronto, as they watch the Raptors defeat the Golden State Warriors in game 6 of the NBA Finals to win the NBA Championship, Thursday, June 13, 2019. (Chris Young/CP)


Fan reacts in Jurassic Park as the Toronto Raptors defeat the Golden State Warriors during Game 6 NBA Finals to win the NBA Championship, in Toronto on Thursday, June 13, 2019. (Nathan Denette/CP)

Vancouver


Isaac Bernard celebrates in Vancouver after the Toronto Raptors defeated the Golden State Warriors in game six in Oakland, Calif., to win the NBA basketball Championship, on Thursday, June 13, 2019. (Darryl Dyck/CP)

Calgary


A Toronto Raptors fan dressed as a dinosaur reacts while watching Game 6 of the NBA finals at an outdoor viewing party in Calgary, Alta., Thursday, June 13, 2019. (Jeff McIntosh/CP)

Kawhi Leonard was named Finals MVP after leading the Toronto Raptors to the franchise’s first-ever championship Thursday night.

Leonard’s 22 points Thursday helped propel the Raptors to a 114-110 win over Golden State, closing out the series in six games and ending the Warriors’ championship run.

Leonard has been dominant all post-season, averaging just shy of 31 points per game heading into Thursday’s matchup and approaching some pretty remarkable history with his post-season point totals. He finishes the playoffs with a total of 732 points, which ranks him third on the all-time list for most points in a single post-season behind just LeBron James (748 in 2018) and Michael Jordan (759 in 1992).

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