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Raptors Relived: Raptors head coach Nick Nurse joins Matt Devlin to relive Toronto's historic championship run

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The 2019 NBA championship is the gift that keeps on giving.

On Wednesday, Toronto Raptors head coach Nick Nurse will join play-by-play announcer Matt Devlin to look back on the most memorable moments from last season's title.

You can watch the episode on the NBA's YouTube channel below:

For more on last season's championship, here's a collection of stories that we published during Toronto's historic run.

The City of a Champion

Former on-air host for Raptors TV and current host of DAZN's ChangeUp, Adnan Virk describes what the Raptors' first NBA title in franchise history means to the city.

"No longer the forgotten sibling in a Leafs-driven city, the Raptors popularity surged not only in the GTA but across Canada," Virk writes. "Jurassic Parks have been shaking from Halifax to Regina with rabid basketball fans."

MORE: After years of misery, Toronto is once again the City of a Champion

How the NBA world reacted to the Raptors winning it all

NBA players took to social media following Toronto's Game 6 win over the Golden State Warriors to congratulate the Raptors on their first-ever title. Raptors legend Vince Carter called it a "unbelievable accomplishment," whereas Toronto native Cory Joseph said he was "happy for my friends and old teammates."

MORE: NBA Players react to Raptors winning their first championship

Reliving signature moments from each Raptor

From Pascal Siakam's historic Game 1, in which he scored 32 points on 14-for-17 shooting from the field, to Kyle Lowry's incredible Game 6, in which he set the tone with an explosive first quarter.

MORE: Signature moments from each key player on the Raptors in the Finals

Nobody can take the championship from Kyle Lowry

The longest tenured player on the roster, Lowry cemented his legacy with his first championship ring, our Carlan Gay writes.

MORE: Lowry has his defining moment

The Raptors never backed down

After lifting the trophy, our Micah Adams looked at how Toronto's path towards winning the championship is unlike any other in NBA history.

"No team in NBA history has gone on to win the NBA title after trailing in three different series prior to playing in the Finals," Adams writes. "Until the Raptors."

MORE: The Raptors won the NBA title in unprecedented fashion

Comparing Kawhi Leonard and Michael Jordan

Which was better: Kawhi Leonard's game-winning buzzer-beater against the Philadelphia 76ers or Michael Jordan's game-winning buzzer-beater against the Cleveland Cavaliers? Our Micah Adams compares two of the most iconic shots in NBA history.

MORE: Breaking down which buzzer-beater was better

Kawhi Leonard's other shot that saved Toronto's season

Nobody will ever forget Kawhi Leonard's game-winning buzzer-beater against the 76ers, but he had an equally important shot in Game 4 of that same series. Our Scott Rafferty takes an inside look back at "the shot" before "the shot."

MORE: Leonard's other shot that saved Toronto's season

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