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Williams: Warriors' dynasty is done, but that's okay (1:45)

With the uncertain future of Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson's ACL tear, Jay Williams feels the Warriors' dynasty has come to an end. (1:45)

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Woj: Klay's torn ACL won't impact his stock in FA (2:00)

Adrian Wojnarowski reports on Klay Thompson's torn ACL that he suffered in Game 6, saying the Warriors still intend to offer him a max contract. (2:00)

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Williams: Kawhi punched his ticket to HOF with 2nd Finals MVP (1:21)

Jay Williams calls Kawhi Leonard "the code breaker" of dismantling dynasties and says his second Finals MVP paves the way to Springfield. (1:21)

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Kawhi earns 'top shelf' respect at just 27 - SVP (2:19)

Scott Van Pelt reflects in awe at Kawhi Leonard's career, as the 2019 NBA Finals MVP joins Kareem and LeBron as the only 3 players to earn the honor for 2 different teams. (2:19)

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Leonard texted Lowry after trade to Toronto (1:14)

Kawhi Leonard reveals that after he got traded to the Raptors, he texted Kyle Lowry saying, "let's go out and do something special." (1:14)

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Kawhi leaves behind Finals MVP trophy (1:09)

After finishing up his news conference, Kawhi Leonard gets up to leave and forgets his NBA Finals MVP trophy on the table. (1:09)

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Stephen A.: Kawhi trade worth the risk no matter what happens (1:04)

Stephen A. Smith agrees with SVP that even if Kawhi Leonard leaves via free agency, trading for him to win the NBA title was worth it. (1:04)

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Stephen A.: 'The outcome was inevitable' when Klay left (1:52)

Stephen A. Smith explains why he thought the Warriors were done when Klay Thompson left with injury in the third quarter of Game 6. (1:52)

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Pierce: Kawhi's run greatest run I have ever seen (2:14)

Jalen Rose, Chauncey Billups and Paul Pierce break down the impact of Kawhi Leonard and the Raptors winning the NBA championship for the rest of the league. (2:14)

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Legler: Kawhi icing the game was 'very fitting' (1:30)

Tim Legler says the Raptors "thoroughly outplayed" the Warriors and says Kawhi Leonard's free throws is the cherry on top to the Raptors' title. (1:30)

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Kawhi gets champagne bath following title win (0:15)

After leading the Raptors to an NBA championship, Kawhi Leonard gets doused in champagne in the locker room. (0:15)

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Thompson leaves arena on crutches (0:18)

Klay Thompson walks with the help of crutches and his left knee wrapped up after leaving Game 6 due to injury. (0:18)

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Lowry crashes VanVleet's news conference (0:49)

Kyle Lowry crashes Fred VanVleet's news conference and asks him what it is like to be an NBA champion. (0:49)

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Draymond: 'I'm not an idiot' and wouldn't get another tech (1:21)

Draymond Green says it wasn't on his mind while playing that if he got another technical foul he would be suspended. (1:21)

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Draymond: 'Klay is crazy to say the least' (0:50)

Draymond Green says Klay Thompson is "crazy" for trying to get back on the court after his left knee injury. (0:50)

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Steph calls Klay's knee injury 'a freak play' (0:42)

Steph Curry says it is tough to see Klay Thompson get injured on "a freak play" and be forced out of Game 6. (0:42)

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Kerr: 'Couldn't be luckier as a coach' to lead Warriors (1:23)

Steve Kerr says a group of players like the Warriors "just doesn't happen" and he is grateful to have coached them. (1:23)

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Raptors' roller-coaster season ends on the highest note (1:28)

Kawhi Leonard and Kyle Lowry tell Rachel Nichols how rough the season was at times but stop short of giving details. (1:28)

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Lowry explains what it means to be a world champion (1:17)

Kyle Lowry tells SVP what it means to be a champion and what he plans to tell Kawhi Leonard ahead of NBA free agency. (1:17)

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Kawhi reaches his goal of 'making history' (2:03)

Kawhi Leonard says his goal in joining the Raptors was to bring the team to the NBA Finals and is proud of what he and his team accomplished. He also touched upon free agency. (2:03)

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Nick Nurse stayed up late to watch Warriors games (2:36)

During the season, Nick Nurse stayed awake to watch Warriors games more than any other team, figuring if the Raptors made it to the Finals, they'd meet up. (2:36)

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Ujiri: Raptors looked to prove something to the world (1:05)

Raptors President of Basketball Operations Masai Ujiri describes what winning a NBA championship means and sends words of thanks to the Warriors. (1:05)

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Lowry: 'Canada, we brought it home!' (1:29)

Kyle Lowry talks about how he overcame adversity and touches upon his relationship with former teammate DeMar DeRozan, saying he loves him and will FaceTime him later. (1:29)