The Toronto Raptors sealed their first ever NBA championship with a thrilling 114-110 win over the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena.
In what will go down as one of the most entertaining Finals games in recent history, the Raptors had four players score 20+ points, turning it on in the fourth quarter when it mattered most.
Here are the player ratings from an enthralling Game 6 contest...
Kyle Lowry - 10
Lowry came to play in Game 6, starting the game on fire, scoring 15 first quarter points. He fgnished with 26 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds, overcoming foul trouble after picking up his fourth midway through the third quarter.
Kyle Lowry scores the @Raptors first 11 PTS of Game 6! #NBAFinals#WeTheNorth 17#StrengthInNumbers 8- NBA (@NBA) June 14, 2019
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Pascal Siakam - 9
After struggling with his shot, he found his stroke early in Game 6, knocking down four three-pointers on his way to 26 points.
Siakam was back to his best, getting out in transition and making the Warriors pay in the paint with some tidy finishes around the rim.
Kawhi Leonard - 9
Leonard took home the Finals MVP award, recording 22 points, and six rebounds in Game 6.
He iced the game with three clutch free throws down the stretch, capping off one of the best individual post-season runs in recent history.
Fred VanVleet - 9
Talk about siezing the moment!
VanVleet erupted for 22 points off the bench in Game 6, coming up HUGE down the stretch with 12 points in the furth quarter, inlcuding three triples!
VanVleet connects and has 22 PTS, 5 3PM on the night!#WeTheNorth 104#StrengthInNumbers 101- NBA (@NBA) June 14, 2019
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Klay Thompson - 9
Klay was forced out of Game 6 with a knee injury in the third quarter, but the Warriors sharp-shooter did his all to extend the series, scoring 30 points in just 32 minutes of action.
While Lowry had the Raptors off to a hot start, Thompson paced the Warriors with 10 points in the first quarter.
Andre Iguodala - 9
The Warriors needed a third player to stand up in Game 6 and Andre iguodala answered the call.
Iguodala recorded 22 points on an efficient 9-of-15 shooting, including 3-of-6 from beyond the arc, while playing his usual trademark defence.
Serge Ibaka - 8
Ibaka continued his great form off the bench for the Raptors, scoring 15 points.
With the Warriors going small, Ibaka took control inside, hustling for rebounds, protecting the paint and imposing his physicality.
Steph Curry - 7
With the Warriors needing even more offence following Klay's injury, Steph Curry struggled to get free, with the Raptors sending double and triple teams in his direction all game.
It was a tough night shooting the ball, going 6-of-17 from the field and just 3-of-11 from deep.
Draymond Green - 7
Another Finals triple-double for Draymond Green, finishing with 11 points, 19 rebounds and 13 assists. He added three steals and two blocks on the night.
DeMarcus Cousins - 6
Boogie had his moments in Game 6, scoring 12 points in 18 minutes. He continually battled inside, fighting for offensive rebounds and putting pressure on the Raptors bigs, but again had his struggles defending in the pick-and-roll.
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