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Raptors president Masai Ujiri just won a title. Could the Wizards be his next move

Raptors president Masai Ujiri just won a title. Could the Wizards be his next move

The game was won with 114-110 for a 4-2 series victory, which saw the Raptors become the first team outside the USA to win the championship at their National Basketball Association finals debut in 24 seasons.

The parade, which included five open-air double-decker buses carrying the players, slowed to a crawl and at times halted completely due to the crush of people along the route.

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For the first time since the Blue Jays last won the World Series 26 years ago, a championship parade returned to the streets of Toronto.

Toronto rapper Drake is riding alongside the Raptors in the team's victory parade. "They all work so hard and deserve all the fans being out here". Thousands then packed the SkyDome, now known as the Rogers Centre, for a rally.

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The Raptors celebrations will see current Premier Doug Ford watching from the sidelines.

His press secretary said Ford wants the day to be about the fans and players, not politicians.

On Monday, the players were out with fans to celebrate the victory in Downtown Toronto, in what Canadian newspapers have described as the biggest party in the city's history.

There's a subplot to the Wizards' pursuit of Ujiri, who has two years remaining on his contract in Toronto: The Raptors presumably early in this offseason will make a final pitch to free agent and NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard about staying with them on a long-term deal.

The route has actually been planned, and the Toronto Raptors NBA championship parade is set to take over Toronto today - a day the city's mayor has officially declared "We the North" day.

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"The Raptors are representative of what Canada is and what's it's becoming", said Kidd.

"They are now investigating and putting together their report", she said.

Kidd also believes the "pan-Canadian" fandom has intensified because of social media, since fans have more ways to interact and share the historic moment together. "To finally be able to deliver is pretty special". Toronto Paramedic Services said they transported one adult woman to hospital. "We've been told that you literally can expect between one and two million people, which is an extraordinary thing to even contemplate", he told 680 NEWS' Casey Taylor.

Bay Street, which will be fully closed between Dundas Street and Richmond Street West, beginning Monday at 9 a.m.

Trudeau joined the celebrations at a stage in the square.

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