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The Toronto Raptors have won their first NBA Championship in franchise history and it seems that all of Canada is celebrating with them.
It’s only natural, after all, given that the Raptors are the first Canadian team to ever win an NBA Championship.
Those that weren’t filling up the streets of downtown Toronto or watching from one of the many Jurassic Parks across Canada, took to Twitter to share their joy.
Here are some of the best reactions from last night’s historic win:
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- How Superfan Nav Bhatia reacted to Raptors winning NBA championship (VIDEO)
Jeremy Lin becomes first asian to get a ring.
Raptors won it all for canada while dethroning the warriors dynasty.
Kawhi is actually smiling and dancing around during his computer malfunction.
Drake dropping 2 new songs.
What a time to be alive.
— Exclusive🚀 (@Exclusive4L) June 14, 2019
It took 73 years since the first ever NBA game was played in Toronto at Yonge and College, for the Toronto Raptors to win an NBA Championship.
— RAPTORS IN 6 HOW FITTING (@ThatDudeMCFLY) June 14, 2019
read three essays this morning and they were all great, i can only conclude that the raptors win is already improving the universe
— Brandy Jensen (@BrandyLJensen) June 14, 2019
I’m incredibly proud of the raptors. I’ve been rooting for this team to win a championship for YEARS! And they finally did it with my second favorite player. They decided to end the warriors dynasty and stopped them from. 3 peating. Congrats! #WeTheNorth pic.twitter.com/WNPR9EBmP3
— Yandhi (@MusicJunkieSeb) June 14, 2019
Just waiting for the big one now
— Hardev Lad 🏳️🌈 (@HardevLad) June 14, 2019
I have been the biggest NBA follower since I was a little girl when the Raptors did not even exist. Never in my lifetime did I imagine this historic moment in Canada. Our Raptor players did it as TEAM and brought an entire nation together! #nbachamps #wethenorth #RaptorsIn6ix 🏀 pic.twitter.com/Z5QZZv6XBp
— Ananya Tina Banerjee (@ananya_tb) June 14, 2019
Nav Bhatia: Raptors fan since it’s inauguration in the NBA.
Drake: Has KD/Curry number tattoos – became Raptors fan when they became relevant.
— Max (@SportsRhetorik) June 14, 2019
— LN (@DoctorFrenchie) June 14, 2019
— Julia Perreira 🤓 (@JuliaPerreira) June 14, 2019
Woke up to so many friends, some who don’t even like 🏀, text congratulating me on the Raptors championship.
— Courtside (@crtsdsnkrs) June 14, 2019
2 years ago, Kawhi Leonard lost his season, his franchise’s trust and his respect. Since then, he’s moved to Canada, put together a top-five playoff run of all-time, and brought in the first championship in Toronto Raptors history. #NBAFinals pic.twitter.com/6kdG3RSyFi
— Yujeong Ha (@jeongadam) June 14, 2019
June 13, 2018: Raptors hire Nick Nurse as Head Coach
June 13, 2019: Raptors win NBA Championship
— Matt Shantz (@m_shantz) June 14, 2019
Kawhi of House Leonard, First of his name, The Unfazed, Hitter of Game 7 buzzer beaters, King of the North, Finals MVPS and Toronto mans, Khal of the Great Lakes of Ontario, Protector of rims, Sir Klaw of the NBA Kingdoms, Breaker of dry streaks and Father of Raptors! #Raptors pic.twitter.com/njN774lfxl
— Hosh (@zorhosh) June 14, 2019
For underestimating this scrappy team where the HIGHEST pick is #15
For Steve Francis, refusing to play in 🇨🇦
For for being bold in trading for Kawhi & Gasol
For #Raptors legends Carter, Stoudamire, DeRozan
— Boluwaji Ogunyemi🇨🇦 (@OgunyemiMD) June 14, 2019
Dont let the fact that the raptors won the nba championship distract u from the fact that the blues won the Stanley cup and made brad marchand cry
— Tony X (@soIoucity) June 14, 2019
AFTER GAME 6
-Raptors’ 1st-ever title
-Jeremy Lin is a champion
-Patrict McCaw is a 3-time NBA Champion
-Kawhi Leonard is a dynasty-stopper
-Kyle Lowry is not a choker anymore
-“Drake Curse” is over
-DeMar DeRozan is a sacrificial lamb
-Steph Curry still not a Finals MVP
— caloy (@JC_Ayende) June 14, 2019
The Raptors won the NBA Championship and don’t even have to think about going to the White House. Another W.
— B (@_BSmoov_) June 14, 2019
Kawhi Leonard – First of his name, Cali born, The Klaw, Defensive Monster, Fun Guy, Stopper of Giannis, Slayer of Dynasty’s, Twice Most Valuable Player of the Finals, King of the North, Champion of the Six & Greatest Raptor ever. #WeTheNorth #Raptors pic.twitter.com/QNsggoPxeQ
— Sheraz Khan (@skhan12) June 14, 2019
An overriding thought from last night amidst the jubilance, pride and camaraderie out on the streets of #Toronto:
Thank you Masai, you special man.
— Johnny (@juantimetwotime) June 14, 2019
The Golden State Warriors stadium didn’t even drop confetti for Toronto when the won the NBA championship
The Golden State Warriors are sore losers
— Nat Turner (@natturnerx65) June 14, 2019
— Nas LAU (@NasLAU) June 14, 2019
So incredibly proud of this city, the fans, the team @Raptors, their resilience, doing it our way, with intense defence and focus. To do it against the best team of our generation means so much as well. #WeTheNorth #WeTheChamps #Toronto #NBAFinals #hatersgonnahate #believe
— Alistair Vaz (@zavriatsila) June 14, 2019
Because we can’t get enough of the @Raptors, we just booked the @ICTorontoCentre for Sunday night and are pulling the kids out of school on Monday to do the parade! THIS IS SOMETHING THEY WILL NEVER FORGET! #WeTheNorth #notsponsored #Raptors
— Andrea (@MommyGearest) June 14, 2019
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