NBA Playoffs

Twitter reacts to Toronto Raptors winning first championship

The Toronto Raptors have captured their first NBA championship in franchise history and Twitter reacted to We The North toppling Dub Nation.

The Toronto Raptors have toppled the Golden State Warriors dynasty.

In a Game 6 that was thrilling from start-to-finish, the Raptors supporting cast helped Kawhi Leonard bring We The North their first championship in franchise history, and now, both teams will head into an offseason with a ton of questions.

For now, however, let’s look back on the best reactions Twitter gave us from an instant NBA Classic.

First, the victorious We The North:

(Yes, everyone outside of the Bay Area was cheering for the Raptors tonight.)

We know there’s a lot of hurt within Dub Nation right now, However, we’re going to get their tweets in here.

(You do know that KD is going to likely miss all of next season, right?)

Say what you will about Dub Nation, they’re backing their team no matter what.

Oh, and we can’t have a reaction piece without including some DeMar DeRozan tweets.

(DeRozan is in the gym right now, ready to bring the Spurs back to greatness.)

Listen, this was a great season, a great Playoffs, and a great Finals. It was the first without LeBron James, and it produced all kinds of greatness. Now, we head into the offseason, where unknowns will persist.

Will Kawhi Leonard stay in Toronto?

Will the Warriors keep their team intact when they move to San Francisco?

Will DeMar DeRozan use this as motivation to come on with force next season?

Will LeBron regret signing with the Lakers?

So many questions to be answered this summer. Now, though, it’s the Raptors time to celebrate.

Enjoy this moment, Canada!

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