The Toronto Raptors run to the NBA championship was nothing short of epic: An oft-overlooked team, with a new coach at the helm and a new superstar leader on the court, defeated the heavily touted Warriors to usher in a new era of hoops in Canada. Now, for the first time in NBA history, the Larry O’Brien trophy resides north of the border. The story has all the makings of a classic sports fable, and Raptors fans everywhere can own a piece of the historic run with the commemoriative book We The Champs: The Toronto Raptors’ Historic Run to the 2019 NBA Title.
Noted sportswriters Alex Wong and Sean Woodley bring together their passion and experience to present the ultimate championship keepsake with the book, which details every facet of the incredble season—from the offseason acquisition of Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard to the final buzzer of Game 6 at Oracle Arena.
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In addition to a comprehensive breakdown of the postseason, including game-by-game analysis of the Finals, the book also features profiles of the team’s most popular players including Kyle Lowry, Danny Green, head coach Nick Nurse and team president Masai Ujiri; and an exploration about what the championship title means to more veteran players like Serge Ibaka and Marc Gasol. The book is packed with a glossy, full-color photography that captures the essence and excitement of the historic season.