Klay Thompson's stunning words to Steve Kerr after tearing ACL

Klay Thompson's stunning words to Steve Kerr after tearing ACL

Klay Thompson's stunning words to Steve Kerr after tearing ACL

It has been a long time coming for Toronto, but the city finally captured some championship glory on Thursday night with the Raptors' first National Basketball Association title.

"I'm going to enjoy this with my teammates and coaches and I'll think about that later", Leonard said. This game started with Kyle Lowry, after being maligned for having a rough ending to game five as the Warriors escaped elimination, coming out like a man on fire.

Canada's so goddamned fired up right now that it's got Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaking in tongues (French, we know it's French, that's the joke here).

This was what Masai Ujiri said he came to Toronto to do, to deliver the city a championship.

When the final buzzer sounded, jubilant Raptors fans flooded the streets of downtown Toronto for a night of celebration not seen in the city since Major League Baseball's Toronto Blue Jays last won a World Series title in 1993.

Las Vegas Superbook has James' Los Angeles Lakers - who remain in hot pursuit of Anthony Davis - followed by the Milwaukee Bucks and L.A. Clippers, considered a prime contender to sign Kawhi Leonard. He was acquired in a blockbuster deal that sent former Raptors star DeMar DeRozan to the San Antonio Spurs last summer. "Obviously, credit Toronto on a great series". "Tough one. I hate seeing it. Two months of playoff basketball, they never seemed exhausted to me". Klay Thompson, 29, tore his ACL during the third quarter of Game 6, which didn't help things.

Leonard played just nine games a year ago because of injury. To complicate matters even further, both Durant and Thompson are set to enter free agency. They couldn't tell you who Jason Richardson was, or Andris Biedrins, and they probably didn't know Chris Webber started his career with the Warriors, or that the winningest coach in National Basketball Association history, Don Nelson, coached, - you guessed it - the Warriors (twice) and led them to one of the biggest upsets in National Basketball Association history toward the end of his career.

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