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Kawhi Leonard wins second NBA Finals MVP, makes history vs. Warriors

Kawhi Leonard wins second NBA Finals MVP, makes history vs. Warriors

Kawhi Leonard was voted NBA Finals MVP, and joined an elite group in the process.

The Toronto Raptors superstar won the award for the second time in his career after his team beat the Warriors 114-110 in Game 6 of The Finals on Thursday night, five years after he won it with the San Antonio Spurs. Thus, Leonard joined Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Lakers) and LeBron James (Miami Heat, Cleveland Cavaliers) as the only players to win the award with two different teams. 

Leonard, like James, won his second at Oracle Arena. Unlike James, Leonard was not a unanimous MVP. 

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Leonard averaged 28.5 points, 9.8 rebounds and 4.2 assists in six Finals games. He scored 22 points in the decisive Game 6, which might be the last game he plays in a Raptors uniform. The 27-year-old is set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer, and he has been heavily linked to joining the Los Angeles Clippers. 

If Leonard leaves Toronto for LA, Warriors fans will get a regular reminder of his two trophies (at least) four times per year.

Klay Thompson posts ACL rehab picture with bulldog Rocco by his side

Klay Thompson posts ACL rehab picture with bulldog Rocco by his side

Warriors guard Klay Thompson loves his dog Rocco, and Rocco loves him back.

The five-time NBA All-Star and the English bulldog are inseparable:

Klay underwent surgery on his torn left ACL on July 2, and is expected to return within five to seven months.

Perhaps he'll be back sooner if Rocco has some magic healing powers?

"Thought he'd be a good dog for a young single man," Klay told Ros Gold-Onwude a couple years ago (watch the video above). "I don't feel like his father. More like homies, you know? He's my boy. He's like my good friend.

"He could either chill or be energetic. That's what I like about him. Goes with the flow. He's all-around a versatile dog."

We hope you enjoyed this hard-hitting news story.

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Steph Curry and daughters Riley, Ryan drive around singing 'Hamilton'

Steph Curry and daughters Riley, Ryan drive around singing 'Hamilton'

I know what you're thinking  -- is there anything Steph Curry can't do?

At this point, if there is a list of those things, it has to be relatively short, right? Perhaps non-existent. Today, we found out the Warriors star knows the lyrics from the world-famous musical "Hamilton."

Of course he does.

And so do his daughters, Riley and Ryan:

The members of the Curry family drove around singing "You'll Be Back," and finished it off with some surprise ice cream.

And yes, we can't believe how fast little Riley is growing up either. She's come a long way since stealing the show during press conferences.

[RELATED: Steph responds to comments about Ayesha's dancing]

Steph said on his YouTube page they sing this song quite a bit, but it's the first time they've captured it on camera. 

Naturals.