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NBA Finals

NBA Finals 2019: Crowd of Toronto Raptors fans sing 'O Canada' at Oracle Arena following Game 3 win

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Raptors fans sing 'O Canada' following Game 3 win at Oracle Arena [@Raptors Twitter]

The Toronto Raptors took advantage of a depleted Golden State Warriors team to steal Game 3 on the road at Oracle Arena.

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Oracle was rocking for their Warriors per usual, but there were some die-hard Raptors fans that snuck in the masses and made their voices heard. Throughout the contest, when the Raptors would make a big play or hit a big shot, there were a few faint cheers from fans donning red, purple or black that seeped through the sea of gold shirts.

After the game, those Raptors faithfuls made their way to the lower bowl of Oracle Arena to join together and celebrate their team's huge road win.

The crowd of Toronto fans belted out their country's National Anthem for all Warriors fans to hear, showing their pride and dedication for their Raptors that are now just two wins away from winning the NBA Championship.

After the game, standout Game 3 performer Danny Green was asked about the passion of the Raptors fans that made the trip to the Bay Area.

"Our fans have been amazing for us throughout the whole season, and in the playoffs especially...We'll come back home hopefully keeping them proud, up in the series," Green told The Athletic's Blake Murphy. "Raptors fans are crazy. They're everywhere... Hopefully (we'll) give them their first title."

The Raptors and Warriors will be back at it for Game 4 on Friday.

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