Kyle Lowry leads Raptors to first ever NBA Championship

by Nic Turner | Raptors Correspondent | Fri, Jun 14th 12:07am EDT

The Toronto Raptors won their first ever NBA Championship on Thursday night, beating the Warriors 114-110 in a drama filled affair. Kyle Lowry started out scorching hot from the get-go, scoring the Raptors first 11 points of the ball game. Lowry finished with 26 points, 7 rebounds, and 10 assists to lead his team to their first ever championship.

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It took a full 48 minutes for the Raptors to finish the series out, as the Warriors fought hard but ultimately fell short. Klay Thompson left the game early in the third quarter with a knee injury and the Raptors were able to take advantage. This was a feel good story for Toronto and the country of Canada and this year will go down in history.

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