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Podcast: That’s all, folks

In the end, the obstacles were too much to overcome, and the Raptors were simply too good.

2019 NBA Finals - Game Six Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

The Golden State Warriors Game 6 loss may have ended a dynasty.

Then again, maybe it didn’t. Maybe it’s just a minor setback for a major comeback.

We’ll have to wait and see. Until then, the Toronto Raptors are your 2019 NBA champions, and rightfully so. They were tremendous all year long, and completely deserving of the crown.

In the end, the obstacles were too tall for the Warriors. Kevin Durant played only 12 minutes in the NBA Finals, and Klay Thompson left Game 6 - after leaving Game 2 and missing Game 3 - with an injury. Kevon Looney wasn’t right, DeMarcus Cousins wasn’t right, Andre Iguodala wasn’t right.

These aren’t excuses. The Raptors had their fair share of setbacks as well. The are 100% deserving of the title.

So here’s the final Wake Up With the Warriors episode of the season, wrapping up the final game of the year.

You can listen below, or on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. And if you have any questions for next week’s offseason preview/season review mailbag, drop them in the comments.

Thanks for listening, everyone. What a run.

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