The buzzer hit 0:00, which concluded the 2019 NBA Finals. The Toronto Raptors defeated the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena and are now the 2019 NBA Champions. This championship has a deeper meaning to the city of Toronto because this is their first ever NBA championship. The Raptors played a tough game against a pumped Warriors team. The Raptors outscored the Warriors in every quarter, certifying that they deserve to be called champions today.
The Big Three in Toronto did not disappoint last night. Pascal Siakam played for 46 minutes. Within those 46 minutes, Siakam had 10 rebounds, three assists and scored 26 points. Kawhi Leonard played 41 minutes and hit the last shot of the game. Within those 41 minutes, Leonard had six rebounds, three assists, and scored 22 points. Kyle Lowrey had an amazing game. Lowrey played for 42 minutes. Within those 42 minutes, Lowrey had seven rebounds, 10 assists and scored 26 points.
The Warriors had a rough NBA Finals. After losing Kevin Durant in Game 5, the Warriors went into Game 6 motivated, especial Klay Thompson. Thompson was on a roll until he hurt his knee. His winner spirit pushed him to keep playing until he ultimately left the game. However, Klay Thompson played a superb game. Thompson played 32 minutes, had five rebounds and scored 30 points. Andre Iguodala played 32 minutes, had two rebounds, two assists, and scored 22 points. Draymond Green played 44 minutes, had 19 rebounds, 13 assists, and score 11 points. Steph Curry played 42 minutes. Within those 42 minutes, Curry had three rebounds, seven assists and scored 21 points.
Kawhi Leonard is the first player to win Finals MVP in the Western Conference and the Eastern Conference. Congratulations to the Toronto Raptors for becoming the 2019 NBA Champions. From all at Ambush, we want to wish a safe and speedy recovery to Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson.