Kawhi Leonard Is Reportedly Only Seriously Considering 2 Teams

Kawhi Leonard Is Reportedly Only Seriously Considering 2 Teams

Jubilant Raptors fans decked out in the team's gear cheered and chanted as a parade starring the newly crowned National Basketball Association champions began in Toronto on Monday, the first such celebration in more than two decades. Ray Kelly, said that they "took the high road" in the moment, deciding it wasn't in their best interest to detain Ujiri before the trophy ceremony, but still plan to submit a complaint.

The massive response to the Toronto Raptors NBA championship parade has led numerous major employers to take a more flexible approach to work Monday.

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

"We'll be submitting a report to the Alameda County district attorney for complaint of battery on an officer", he said in a report distributed by The Associated Press.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford is expected to watch the festivities from Nathan Phillips Square.

Droves of Raptors fans ran from the shooting Monday in and around city hall square.

"I'm enjoying this" he said, TSN reports.

Tory had proclaimed this 17 July as "We the North Day" - playing on the team's slogan "We the North" - to commemorate the historic season.

The team's players were carried along the parade route in five double-decker buses where they were supporters greeted them in Raptors shirts and jerseys.

Kawhi Leonard just led the Raptors to their first-ever championship, and might see the allure of doing the same thing for the Clippers.

Several bystanders intervened and Ujiri got onto the court without displaying any credentials, Kelly said.

Some 1.5 million fans withstood packed conditions to attend the parade.

The parade starts at Exhibition Place and moves East on Lakeshore Avenue, then turn North on York Street and University Avenue.

The crowd at Nathan Phillips Square is awaiting the arrival of the Raptors players as the parade continues.

There seems to be a lot less alcohol along the parade route than one usually sees at these sports celebrations (possibly because of the absence of Rob Gronkowski, Alex Ovechkin and T.J. Oshie), but there's a lot more smoke and it isn't from cookouts.

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