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  • NBA: Raptors squander golden opportunity to clinch NBA title

    The Toronto Raptors had the Golden State Warriors on the ropes late in Game Five on Monday but even with one hand on the Larry O'Brien Trophy it was not enough to wrestle the NBA championship away from the two-time defending champions.

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  • NBA: Oh Canada! Raptors beat Warriors to win first NBA title

    The Toronto Raptors delivered Canada its first NBA title with a 114-110 victory over the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors on Thursday that set off a country-wide celebration.

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  • NBA Finals: Warriors beat Raptors to keep their NBA title hopes alive

    They were up by six, in the city that Torontonians call The Six, with less than three minutes left. The NBA championship was there for the taking. And the Toronto Raptors couldn't finish it off. The Raptors still lead the NBA Finals 3-2, even after losing at home to the Golden State Warriors 106-105

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  • NBA Finals: Warriors beat Raptors to keep their NBA title hopes alive

    They were up by six, in the city that Torontonians call The Six, with less than three minutes left. The NBA championship was there for the taking. And the Toronto Raptors couldn't finish it off. The Raptors still lead the NBA Finals 3-2, even after losing at home to the Golden State Warriors 106-105

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  • Warriors Favored To Win Game 6 Of NBA Finals, Raptors Favored To Win NBA Title

    The Warriors are favored to win Game 6 on their home floor Thursday night, while the Raptors are favored to win the franchise's first NBA title on Sunday in Toronto.

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  • Raptors dethrone Warriors for 1st NBA title

    Kawhi Leonard and the Raptors captured Canada's first NBA championship with their most remarkable road win yet in the franchise's NBA Finals debut, outlasting the battered and depleted two-time defending champion Warriors 114-110 on Thursday in a Game 6 for the ages that spoiled a sensational send-off

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  • NBA teams moving away from ‘owner’ title

    The NBA may be backing down from using the word “owner” due to racial insensitivity. After Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green argued against using the term on LeBron James’ HBO show “The Shop” late last year, the issue gained steam, per TMZ Sports, and at least two teams have already stopped using it. “You

    New York Post